UCD History Open Evening

UCD History Open Evening

UCD, Tuesday 22nd January 2019

An evening to meet members of staff, alumni and current students, hear about the degrees offered by the school and to learn about studying History.

Schedule:
5.45pm – Arrival – registration
6.00pm – Welcome: Professor Robert Gerwarth, Head of School
6.10pm – Alumni talks
6.20pm – Current student talks
6.50pm – Tea & Coffee Meet the staff and students of the School of History
7.30pm – Close


Date:
Tuesday 22nd January 2019
Time:
6.00pm - 7.30pm
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
UCD Institute for Discovery, Newman Building, Stillorgan Road, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland

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