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Deirdre Lavelle

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St. Michael's House

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Open Day

Saturday January 14th 2017

The next open day at UL will take place on Saturday January 14th from 9am to 2pm. This open day is for all those considering study at UL – undergrad, postgrad, mature learners, part-time professionals etc. We will have presentations on our degree courses, information stands to find out what you need to know, and campus tours to give you a sense of the facilities and services that we can offer you.  Meet our student support teams from First Seven Weeks, and Student Engagement and Success. We aim to support your transition to 3rd level to ensure you get all the help you need to make your first year at UL at successful one.

Parents/guardians can pick up copies of our Aiming Higher booklet which promotes a practical understanding of the higher education system in Ireland and will help support students in making informed decisions around third level courses and career choices. 

DID YOU KNOW?

UL CONSISTENTLY HAS THE HIGHEST GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT RATE OF ANY IRISH UNIVERSITY

On the day, you can also meet with representatives from SUSI (Student Universal Support Ireland), the Department of Social Protection and the Office of the Revenue Commissioners all of whom can advise on tax matters in relation to student fees.

Find out about our work placement/Co-op programme which is the largest of its kind in Ireland, with a network of over 1700 employers.

You can chat with our lecturers and ask questions about our courses on a one-to-one basis. Find out about our new suite of sport scholarships. Take a tour of our library, or view a typical student apartment on campus. Tours of our UL Sport Arena will also be available.

Courses featured will include our new degrees for intake September 2017;

Open days at UL are your best opportunity to get a real sense of the UL experience – to study, live, and play all on the one campus. Book your place and find out more on www.ul.ie/opendays

We look forward to showing you around!

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