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Your relationship with UCD doesn’t end at graduation as UCD Alumni continue to have the opportunity to remain involved with the UCD Community. Please see below for key contact information and details on how to stay involved.

Contact Information:

The UCD Alumni Office hosts class reunions, guest lectures, the UCD Festival, the UCD Choral Scholars concert and many other events. Visit the UCD Alumni Office website for further information on to remain engaged with the university. 

For further information, please contact alumni@ucd.ie.    

UCD Science College of Science Contact: 

Cathy Brooks | cathy.brooks@ucd.ie | M +353 87 860 9970

Maeve O’Connell |maeve.oconnell@ucd.ie| M +353 87 683 3064

How can I stay involved with UCD Science?  

Please see below for information on how UCD Alumni can stay involved.

UCD Science offers internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate taught courses. Internships at a University level equip students with the real life experience, skills and insights to increase their confidence and to boost employment prospects. As a graduate, by offering an internship in your business or industry, you could help students develop transferable skills and grow their network to help them achieve their ambitions. You will also benefit from the perspective of a UCD student in your business.

The majority of internships take place between May and August but can be of up to 6-months duration.  If you or your company would like to host an internship with current UCD students, please visit our Internships page for further details of how to get involved. 

UCD Alumni Relations & Fundraising offer a wide range of volunteering opportunities for alumni of UCD. Volunteering with UCD Alumni is a great way to give your time and expertise back into UCD. More information on these opportunities is available on the UCD in the Community website

UCD Science offers a range of Taught Graduate Courses. Please visit our Taught Graduate Courses page for more information. 

UCD Access & Lifelong Learning offer a Lifelong Learning Programme which is a series of specific interest courses that are participative, engaging, and facilitated by experts in their field. They are open to all adult learners and provide a unique opportunity to explore a subject without examinations. 

Academics in UCD are active in the research and innovation with opportunities for industry partners on the innovation partnership or Innovation Vouchers schemes. 

Further information on these and future schemes be obtained from UCD Research

UCD College of Science

Room E1.09/E2.09 UCD O'Brien Centre for Science, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.
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