NCAD | CEAD Open Day

NCAD | CEAD Open Day

NCAD, Saturday 23rd February 2019

Open Day is an information event for all current and prospective art and design students who want to progress through part-time accredited study to certificate and diploma level. Whether you are currently on a non-credit beginners or intermediate course, or are a certificate student, this is a must for anyone who wants more information on CEAD Certificate courses, or the CEAD Part-Time Diploma in Art and Design.

Tutors and students from the certificate and diploma courses will be available to chat and answer questions about the teaching and learning experience at CEAD, NCAD. There will be presentations on all accredited courses, including information on how to apply, as well as guidelines on portfolio submissions. There will be a Diploma Workshop for certificate students planning to apply for a place on the CEAD Part-Time Diploma in Art & Design in 2019, which will offer guidance around preparing your portfolio.

Staff will be on hand to help you with guidance and advice if you are undecided about which CEAD course or module is best suited to you.


Date:
Saturday 23rd February 2019
Time:
11.00am - 2.00pm
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
National College of Art & Design, Thomas Street, Merchants Quay, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of National College of Art & Design, Thomas Street, Merchants Quay, Dublin, Ireland

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