Former US president Bill Clinton will make a special address at University College Dublin during his Dublin visit.
Clinton, who will be on both sides of the border on a two-day visit to discuss US investment in the country, will also visit the Clinton Institute for American Studies, and take part in a dedication ceremony.
The news follows Clinton’s speech in Co Derry, where he outlined what he believed to be the markets that could drive the region’s economy. These included arts, crafts, tourism and fish farming.
On his Dublin visit, Clinton is expected to focus closely on current US investment and Irish-American relations.