UCD Architecture, Landscape Architecture and City Planning & Environmental Policy Open Day

UCD, Saturday 19th January 2019

The School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy at UCD will open its doors to students who are interested in studying Architecture, Landscape Architecture or City Planning & Environmental Policy at UCD.

Architecture, Landscape Architecture, City Planning & Environmental Policy lie at the heart of innovation and development. If the combination of art and science inspires you, and you are interested in designing buildings or planning the outdoor environment, then degree programmes will unleash your creative potential.

The open day will take place at the Richview studios in UCD, where students will have an opportunity to explore the studios and buildings as well as viewing the work of current students. Academic staff will be on hand to meet students and answer any questions you may have.

Registration
Register for either morning 11.00am-2.00pm or afternoon 12.30am-3.30pm session.


Date:
Saturday 19th January 2019
Time:
11.00am - 3.30pm
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
Richview Library, Farranboley, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Richview Library, Farranboley, Dublin, Ireland

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