This course is primarily targeted towards:
Distance and Online learning
Distance and online learning components allow students to further develop their understanding of neurodiversity. Societal perspectives are considered and students explore topics in more in-depth detail, building on prior learning.
In addition, full day workshops are provided to allow students to develop deeper understanding of neurodiversity in a variety of contexts.
To apply for this programme, please submit a direct application. A detailed, step-by step guide to the online application process is available on the registry page.
The School welcomes applications from eligible international applicants.
For more information on studying at UCD as an international student please see the UCD Global website.
If you have any problems or queries with the online application process, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: + 353 1 716 1476.
To participate fully in this online programme, we recommend that participants have:
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Academic Programme Coordinator
Dr Blánaid Gavin
Associate Professor School of Medicine
Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
UCD School of Medicine
Room C134 UCD Health Sciences Centre
University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4
T + 01 716 6669