Free course giveaways at Which Course Expo 2013
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Free course giveaways at Which Course Expo 2013

22 Aug 2013

On the eve of a new academic year, Which Course Expo, Ireland’s only dedicated adult learning fair, comes to the RDS in Dublin to give potential students and course providers the chance to meet face-to-face and discuss their options.

Which Course Expo 2013 is organised by Learning Ireland, the information provider on full and part-time undergraduate and graduate studies in Ireland. Visitors will be able to find out about hundreds of courses, both full and part-time, covering a wide range of subjects.

There will also be seminars throughout the two-day event and a free Careers Clinic offering CV, interview and career advice, plus a free goodie bag for every attendee. A number of exhibitors will even be offering the chance to win a free course at the event.

Exhibitors range from third-level institutes to specialist organisations to distance learning providers, such as Open University, Dublin City University’s Oscail and FÁS eCollege.

Which Course Expo 2013 takes place in the Serpentine Hall, RDS, on Saturday, 31 August, and Sunday, 1 September, 11am-4pm each day. Admission to the event is free but participants are asked to pre-register online.

Sample list of exhibitors:

  • NUI Maynooth
  • National College of Ireland
  • Dublin Business School
  • Griffith College Dublin
  • The Open University
  • Oscail
  • FÁS eCollege
  • Independent Colleges
  • Innopharma Labs
  • Institute of Health Sciences
  • Accounting Technicians Ireland
  • Leisure Industry Academy
  • The Cloud Institute
  • Dublin Institute of Design
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