Higher Education Institutional Staff Profiles by Sex and Gender (31st December 2021)
All dashboards relate to staff data at 31st December 2021. To select a dashboard, click on the dashboard image. To move to another dashboard, click the back button at the bottom of the dashboard visualisation and select the dashboard of interest. To return to the main menu, refresh your browser window.
Data visualisations include data from the following Higher Education Institutions: Institutes of Technology: Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT), Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology (IADT), Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), Institute of Technology, Carlow (IT Carlow), Institute of Technology, Sligo (IT Sligo), Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) and Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT). Specialist Colleges: Mary Immaculate College (MIC), National College of Art & Design (NCAD) and St. Angela’s College, Sligo (STAC). Technological Universities: Munster Technological University (MTU), Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) and Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest (TUS). Universities: Dublin City University (DCU), Maynooth University (MU), RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences (RCSI), Trinity College Dublin (TCD), University College Cork (UCC), University College Dublin (UCD), University of Galway and University of Limerick (UL).
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