Virtual Insight Event: School of Nursing
Wednesday 20 October
Virtual Insight Event: Paramedic Science
Wednesday 27 October
Applications now open for 2022 programmes. Key points to note are:These are BA programmes accredited by Trinity College Dublin.They are three-year-long programmes consisting of 36 weeks of teaching per year. They are not part of the CAO points race. Potential students have to achieve the matriculation required by Trinity College Dublin in order to take a place. Application is through our website and courses either have an audition or interview as part of the application process.The Stage Management & Technical Theatre (SMTT) programme is suitable for a wide range of students. Particularly those with creative flair who are interested in exploring how to use their skills and interests hands-on or who are people who enjoy bringing creative projects to life and working in a team. They often study art, construction studies, design and communication graphics and English, or they may have had experiences working on school productions or been in youth theatre. SMTT graduates are highly in demand across the theatre, film, TV, entertainment, events and corporate events sectors. See more on the courses below.
|Foundation Diploma in Acting |
BA in Acting
BA in Stage Management & Technical TheatreSee more
|Upcoming Events and Activities|
Come and meet with us and our grads at the following events:Higher Options – 13th and 14th OctoberTrinity Open Day – 6th NovemberTheatreCraft – November 22nd
Medical Poland Veterinary Career & University Open Day is designed to show options for students thinking about careers involving animal care and veterinary medicine.
From a career perspective, two veterinary inspectors will share their experience from both the private sector (working at a private small animal vet clinic and meat plant) and public sector (from the perspective of animal welfare, food hygiene, quality control compliance etc.).
From an academic perspective, we will discuss options to study outside UCD at Polish vet schools, their advantages and disadvantages, clinical and didactical facilities and Medical Poland’s support in preparing to get into the Polish universities and preparing to thrive on the course.
Our special guests will be two graduates from Polish vet schools working in Ireland:
The event is going to be hosted online using Google Meet platform on 21st October 2021 at 6:30pm IST – click this link to register.
For the last 8 years the Medical Poland Admission Office has been helping Irish and all international students whose dream is to study medical sciences or veterinary medicine abroad in English.
New Applicant Webinar
Our new series of Applicant Webinars is designed to guide prospective applicants and their supporters through the process of applying to Cambridge.
Designed for parents and supporters, this webinar will focus on how you can support your Cambridge applicants.
Topics for upcoming sessions include interviews and at-interview assessments. Recordings of previous sessions, covering areas including preparing and submitting the UCAS application and the SAQ, are available on our website.
This year, Higher Options will take place virtually on the 13th and 14th of October from 12pm to 6pm each day.
Classes will end for all 5th year students at 11.35 on Wednesday October 13th to facilitate your attendance at this virtual event.
This is a really good opportunity to research potential options for the future and set goals and plans that will guide and motivate your study over the next 20 months.
It is strongly recommended that all 5th year Leaving Certificate and IB students register for this event and avail of this opportunity to attend on Wednesday from 12pm to 6pm.
We would encourage you all to prepare for the event by deciding in advance which talks, and exhibitor stands you will attend and what questions you will ask.
You have been sent a preparation worksheet including some possible questions you might want to ask.
Student tickets cost €10.40 (incl. booking fee) and can be purchased on the higher options website https://higheroptions.vfairs.com/
When you register for the event, you will be asked to input an email address and password. These details will be required on the day to log in to the event. To log in on Wed 13th, click on log in on the home page of the higher options website and input the registration details requested.
A ticket will allow access on both days so you can access it at home with your parents. After the event, all content will be available to ticket holders for a period of 30 days.
Well done to all our early applicants applying for Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary medicine and Oxford or Cambridge.
Please make sure complete all the sections, proof read and Pay/ Send now so that your guidance counsellor can submit the applications in advance of the deadline. Once you pay/ send this allows us to submit it to UCAS. Before we do this we can still send your application back to you to be amended before it is sent.
Let us know if you have any questions. Our regular UCAS session will be held again this Tuesday in Room 2.04 periods 5 & 6. All students applying for UCAS should use this time to progress their applications and we will be there to help.
All applicants for later deadlines should attend to complete in good time.