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Griffith College Open Day

Griffith College, Friday 7th December 2018

Find out more about coming to study at one of Ireland's largest private colleges.

Why not head along to the next open evening and find the course that's right for you? Meet Griffith's faculty and admissions teams, take a free tour of the campus and learn about the flexible payment options. You can read a prospectus from cover-to-cover and do plenty of research online but an Open Day is the only chance that you will have to look around the place where you could be spending the next few years of your life. A particular university, college or course might sound brilliant or completely uninspiring on paper – but speaking to a lecturer or student already doing the course, or feeling completely at home on the college campus, could change your thinking completely.

It's a couple of hours that could change your mind… and your life.

Friday 7th December 2018
10.00am - 1.00pm
Free - Registration required
Griffith College, South Circular Road, Merchants Quay, Dublin 8, Ireland

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