UCD Graduate Study Fair - 19th February 2020

O'Reilly Hall, 4.30pm - 7.00pm.

Find out about your options for postgraduate study in UCD at our next Graduate Study Fair on Wednesday 19th February 2020.

This will be an excellent opportunity to talk to UCD Academics, Staff and Alumni about Taught and Research Graduate Courses at UCD. (View Courses Here). Please see details and registration link below.

4.30pm: Welcome & Registration

4.30-7.00pm: Opportunity to meet staff and alumni to discuss our range of subject areas at programme stands in the exhibition area of O’Reilly Hall.

  • Arts & Humanities
  • Social Sciences & Law
  • UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School
  • Agriculture & Food Science
  • Science & Computer Science
  • Engineering & Architecture
  • Health Sciences

 Programme of Talks:  




5:00-5:10 Welcome & Opening Address  Chair: Professor Barbara Dooley, Dean of Graduate Studies & Deputy Registrar 
5:10-5:15 Applying to UCD  Martin Hurley, UCD Admissions
5:15-5:20 Fees - Key Information for your studies at UCD Ryan Teevan, UCD Registry
5:20-5:25 Graduate Funding (AIB) Craig Sargeant, AIB
5:25-5:30  Graduate Research Studies at UCD Emer Cunningham, Graduate Studies Office
5:35-5:40 UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School Admissions Laura Keely, UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School  
5:40-6:15 UCD Panel Discussion "UCD Graduate Study: Alumni Perspectives" UCD Alumni will hold a panel discussion on their experience as a Graduate student at UCD (Panel discussion + Q&A)  Facilitator, Mark Cumiskey, UCD Career Development Centre 



Wednesday, 19 February 2020 from 4.30 - 7.00pm.


The Graduate Study Fair will take place in UCD O'Reilly Hall, Belfield, Dublin 4. (See Map - Building 45)


- Final year undergraduate students who want to explore their options for graduate study.

- Professionals who wish to advance or change their career through an additional graduate qualification.

- Graduates who wish to take an intensive graduate conversion course in a new subject.


Graduate Admissions