DCU | CAO Information Evening

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DCU | CAO Information Evening

DCU, Wednesday 16th January 2019

DCU is hosting a CAO Information Evening for school leavers, mature students and parents. The Information Evening will take place in the ‘U' Student Centre on the DCU Glasnevin campus and it will give you the opportunity to:

  • Speak to admission staff about the CAO application process.
  • Meet students and staff from DCU Business School, Faculty of Science and Health, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Engineering and Computing and DCU Institute of Education.
  • Learn about student supports at DCU.
  • Find out more about student life, finance and personal development.
  • DCU University of Sanctuary Information Session (for asylum seekers and refugees).

Experienced DCU academic and support staff will also be on hand throughout the evening to answer questions about courses and studying in DCU.


Date:
Wednesday 16th January 2019
Time:
6.00pm - 8.00pm
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
Dublin City University, Whitehall, Dublin 9, Ireland

Google Map of Dublin City University, Whitehall, Dublin 9, Ireland

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