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UCD Open Day

UCD, Saturday 3rd November 2018

University College Dublin invites final year secondary school students, mature students, their families, and guidance counsellors to the UCD Open Day taking place on Saturday, 3 November 2018.

One of the best ways to experience UCD life is to attend the Open Day. You will be able to gain a real insight into the student experience and life at UCD. The UCD Open Day takes place on the Belfield campus, located approximately 4km south of Dublin City Centre.

Parents, teachers and UCD Alumni are very welcome to come along to the open day. The Haven is located in the conservatory of O'Reilly Hall and is a place to relax. You can grab a bite to eat in the conservatory café and enjoy the surroundings overlooking the UCD main lake.

Parents: There is a parents talk on ‘Helping your son or daughter make a course choice'.


Date:
Saturday 3rd November 2018
Time:
10.00am
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland

Google Map of University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland

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