DCU Open Days

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DCU Open Days

DCU Campuses, Saturday 13th April 2019

The DCU Spring Open Day is an opportunity to come and explore what Dublin City University has to offer.

DCU has more than 65 undergraduate courses on offer and caters to over 16,500 students across five faculties: DCU Business School, Engineering and Computing, Humanities and Social Sciences, DCU Institute of Education, and Science and Health.

Both DCU Glasnevin Campus and DCU St Patrick's Drumcondra Campus will be open at the Spring Open Day, the DCU All Hallows Campus will not be open – you can contact the University directly if you would like a tour of the All Hallows Campus.

Who is it for? The Open Day is for 5th and 6th year leaving certificate students (or equivalent)/mature/QQI applicants who are considering DCU for entry September 2019 or September 2020 through the CAO. You may have missed previous DCU open days so why not use this opportunity to visit.


Date:
Saturday 13th April 2019
Time:
10.00am - 1.00pm
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
Dublin City University (DCU), Whitehall, Dublin 9, Ireland

Google Map of Dublin City University (DCU), Whitehall, Dublin 9, Ireland

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