Join one of our Student Experience Tours and you’ll get to see the College old and new, talk to RCSI people, visit the Anatomy Dissection Room, hear about our unique student journey and the RCSI +200 year experience delivering healthcare education in the heart of Dublin city since 1784.
We’ll also provide a talk on ‘Getting into Health Sciences at RCSI’ covering CAO School Leaver, Graduate and Mature Entry Pathways to Pharmacy, Physiotherapy and Medicine at RCSI and tips on HPAT and GAMSAT.
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Applications are now open for the course starting in September 2018 and will close in February 2018.
Applications are not through the CAO system - we do not choose the students by any points system, we choose them because of their talent, experience and love of theatre, via an interview.
The application process has been made easier - students are now able to choose their interview date and time online when completing the application form.
Students are asked to meet the matriculation set out by Trinity College Dublin (six subjects, three of which must be at grade 5 or above on higher Leaving Certificate papers or at least grade 5 in the University Matriculation examination)
This is a three year honours degree from Trinity College Dublin.
It is a practical hands on course that starts off with an overall approach to stage management and technical theatre and in years two and three it allows students to specialise in one or two key areas eg lighting, stage construction, design, stage management, scenic arts, costume and sound
Further information and online application forms can be found at http://www.thelir.ie/courses/view/stage-management-and-technical-theatre-degree
Open Day at The Lir Academy is Saturday 9th December, there will be a talk on the Bachelor in Stage Management and Technical Theatre at 1.30pm and on acting at 3.00pm
Everyone is invited and there is no need to book - just turn up on the day. If any school can't make it and would like a tour of the premises, please email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will organise this for you.
On foot of a recent series of successful OMG We’re Going Dutch events, held across the country, in Dublin, Cork and Galway)- organised by EUNiCAS - a group of Dutch universities are returning to Ireland, in January, to speak to prospective Irish students and their families, and to provide them with the information that they need to inform a sometimes difficult decision to study abroad. Importantly, Irish students, currently studying in the Netherlands, will be available for a chat on the night. These events, in Dublin, Belfast & Sligo. are free to attend but you should register first, through the links below:
11th January 2018 Dublin https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/theyre-back-omg-were-going-dutch-dublin-tickets-39526344360
Why should I attend the NCI Open Day?National College of Ireland is hosting its next open day on Wednesday November 29th
Well we’re glad you asked. Attending an open day is one of the best ways to get a feel for a college, its courses and the general atmosphere on campus. We like to think NCI is a pretty happy place, but come and get a feel of it for yourself, before you fill out your CAO form.
Karen Campbell, NCI’s School Liaison Officer, explains: “Attending an open day is one of the best ways to get a feel for a college, its courses and the general atmosphere on campus.
One of the things that people always comment on is the great buzz around the place,” she says. “Because we’re a smaller college, you won’t feel lost in the crowd; there is a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and it’s easy to find your feet.”
Read our blog post for the 5 top reasons to attend a college open day!
Sallynoggin College – Open Day – Wednesday 22nd November 10 am to 4 pm As part of College Awareness Week, Sallynoggin College of Further Education, who is celebrating 50 years of Education, will hold an Open Day on Wednesday 22nd November from 10am to 4pm.
LIT Thurles Campus will host an Open Day on Saturday 25th November from 11am-2pm.This is an ideal opportunity for students and their parents to visit the Thurles campus and discuss their course options in person with our academic team and view our excellent facilities at first hand. With a growing portfolio of undergraduate programmes across Level 6, 7 & 8, and in areas as diverse as Sports Strength and Conditioning, Social Care Work, Early Childhood Care & Education, Marketing & Management, and Environmental & Geographical Sciences, LIT’s footprint in Tipperary continues to grow.
On Thursday 23rd November NUI Galway will be hosting an information evening in the Osprey Hotel, Naas, Co. Kildare from 7-9pm. This is the perfect opportunity for prospective students, parents, teachers and guidance counsellors to find out more about courses on offer, including new courses available for 2018 entry.
Staff and current students will be on hand to answer all questions, and there will be short talks to help you make informed decisions about your university of choice. Information on Accommodation and Scholarships will also be available on the night.
Find out more: http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/open-day/information-evenings/
Queries can be made to Caroline Duggan, Student Recruitment Officer- email@example.com