The University of Limerick Postgraduate and Further Study Open Evening - March 10th
Are you thinking about doing a postgraduate degree? A postgraduate degree could make a huge difference to your future.
It’s a smart move as it can improve your job prospects, help you change direction, or take the first steps towards the right career for you.
We are hosting a Postgraduate and Further Study Open Evening on Tuesday, March 10th. Come along and find out why you should do a masters, why at UL and also all about fees and funding.
This event will cater for anyone looking at either full-time, part-time or flexible learning programmes. For some students, full-time study on campus is their preferred option but many postgraduate programmes are offered on a part-time basis or via online and blended teaching formats in order to facilitate those with other work or life commitments.
You will have the opportunity to meet UL faculty members and current postgraduates to learn more about the opportunities that UL can offer you, as well as answer any questions you might have about everything from faculties, to fees and funding. On the day, whatever subject area you are interested in, each of our faculties will have an individual stand and speakers there to help guide and advise you. Our talks on the day include why you should consider further study, fees and funding, pathway to research and a personal statement discussion.
Click here to download the Schedule of Talks on the evening.
Missed the talks on the night? You can download the slides from our Career's talk on the Personal Statement Guide here.
You can view our personal statement guide here.
Date: 10th March 2020
Time: 16:00 – 19:00
Location: The Pavilion - North University Court/North Campus, University of Limerick.
Parking info: Multiple outdoor free car-park spaces available around the Pavilion Bar.
Public transport: Bus Eireann city buses stop at the “Stables Bus Stop” and from there the Pavilion is a 10-minute walk away.
Refreshments: Finger food, tea, and coffee.
Registration: Click Here
Photography and Video:
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