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About Engineering at Trinity College Dublin

There are two possible routes for the Master in Engineering M.A.I. degree. By the first route, for the 'ordinary' M.A.I.
degree, the candidate must already have taken the degree of B.A.I. of the University of Dublin and have practised for three years as an engineer. To qualify for the M.A.I. degree, the candidate must present a written thesis, which must take the form of either a report on a piece of engineering research, carried out by the candidate individually or as one of a group, or else a description of a substantial project in design, construction, development or production in an engineering field in which he or she has taken part.

The second route, for the degree is known as the M.A.I. (Recurrent Education)

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