The Master of Science in Ageing Health & Wellbeing in Intellectual Disability at Trinity College Dublin is an innovative and interdisciplinary program that engages students in research, practice and policy-making related to the health and wellbeing of people with intellectual disabilities. The program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of ageing and health topics such as epidemiology, genetics, gerontology, psychosocial intervention, nutrition, and palliative care. Students will also gain hands-on experience through laboratory work where they can apply their knowledge to solve real-world problems related to healthcare access or living conditions for people with disabilities. Graduates from this program are well prepared for careers working in community organizations or health service providing roles as researchers, counselors or advocates. They may also pursue further studies leading towards advanced degrees such as Doctoral programs allowing them to become experts within their chosen field while making meaningful contributions towards improving the lives of people with intellectual disabilities across the world.