Any final year students interested in the new course at UCD in Sustainability DN240 are welcome to attend the Open Day on 15 February 2020. Places are limited and registration is now open at https://www.myucd.ie/visiting-ucd/events/ucd-science-bafs-computer-science/ This event will include an introduction to the first year modules on offer in Sustainability DN240 and a sample lecture as well as a Q&A forum
Why is this course for me?If you’re interested in mathematics and computer science, and think you might like to teach these subjects at post-primary level, then this course may be for you. It’s designed so that from the start, you study mathematics and computer science, along with education, in an integrated manner.
In third year, you will gain teaching experience by completing placements (which we find for you) in a post-primary school and as a third-level tutor. The four-year BSc in Computer Science, Mathematics & Education leads directly to the one-year MSc in Mathematics and Science Education.
On completion of both degrees, you should be fully qualified to teach Computer Science and Mathematics to Higher Level Leaving Certificate Level.
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Are you considering studying, Engineering, Architecture, Landscape Architecture or City Planning & Environmental Policy then be sure to book in to attend our upcoming undergraduate Open Events.
Both of these open events present students the chance to really explore these degree opportunities, by listening to some insightful presentations and getting the opportunity to speak with academics alongside both current and past students.
Details on these events and how to book can be found below:
Engineering Open Evening
5th, 6th Year Students & Parents
Date: Wednesday 15th January 2020
Time: 6pm – 8.30pm
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Location: UCD Sutherland School of Law
Architecture, Landscape Architecture, City Planning & Environmental Policy Open Day
5th, 6th Year Students & Parents
Date: Saturday 18th January 2020
Time: 11am – 3.30pm
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Location: UCD Richview
Applying to UCD – CAO & Mature Student Information Evening 2019UCD is offering a Mature Student & Final Year Secondary School Student Open Evening on Tuesday 8th January 2019 from 5pm to 7pm. The event will be hosted in the UCD John Hume Institute for Global Irish Studies, UCD Belfield, Dublin 4.
During the session there will be an opportunity to speak to staff about CAO applications and information on courses will be available at school and college stands. Talks will include: Mature Entry to UCD, Access and Supports for prospective students, Applying to the CAO & Making an application to HEAR/DARE.
To register please visit: www.ucd.ie/myucd/events
For more information please contact us on email email@example.com or by phone on 01 716 1507.
UCD Economics and Finance webinar
UCD’s Quinn School of Business are inviting prospective students to log on and join their Economics and Finance student webinar on Wednesday 12th December at 6pm. The webinar is a brilliant opportunity to listen and learn more about the BSc Economics and Finance and gives viewers the chance to put questions to the webinar hosts.
This session will include:
Programme Overview – curriculum overview, subject choices, exchange and internship opportunities.
UCD and Quinn School Overview – our campus, our location, graduate outcomes and job opportunities.
Student and Social Scene – you will hear from a current Quinn student who will give an overview of their time spent inside and outside of the Quinn classroom.
To register, visit: www.myucd.ie/visiting-ucd/events/economics-finance-webinar/
The closing date for applications to the 2019 programme is drawing near.
If you are interested in a sports scholarship in UCD you need to apply before 31st January. I have booklets in my office.
The Food Business with Chinese Studies programme reflects the changing market landscape, and aims to develop graduates with the skills and talent urgently required by the Irish food industry. With Brexit and the uncertainty involving the UK market, export expansion to the emerging markets has critical strategic importance to the Irish food industry and the overall economy. The changing market landscape requires improved foreign language capability of Irish companies to facilitate access to new markets, and to help sustain and strengthen the modern agrifood and agribusiness companies.
Update to UCD Alert listUCD has posted an updated alert list at http://www.ucd.ie/registry/admissions/Alert_May2017.pdf. This includes the following for 2018 entry:
UCD launch new Agricultural Systems Technology degree programme at Harvesting Knowledge: Big Data in Agriculture and Food symposiumThe School of Agriculture and Food Science at University College Dublin launched an exciting new undergraduate degree programme entitled Agricultural Systems Technology at the Harvesting Knowledge: Big Data in Agriculture and Food symposium at the UCD O’Brien Centre for Science on Tuesday, 13thDecember 2016.
The new four year honours degree programme is aimed at students who wish to build their knowledge and skills-base to address the complexities of developing, deploying and managing technology for the agriculture and food sector. With a focus on design, numeracy and technology, students will be committed and engaged with food production and processing, and specifically with technology to enhance efficiency, sustainability and reliability. Technologies of interest range from computer systems, networks, data management and sensors through machinery systems to precision agriculture.
More information on the BAgrSc Agricultural Systems Technology programme can be found on the UCD website here …