CIT Open Days 2012 - 16th & 17th November
Published on: Thursday, 15 November 2012
CIT is an exciting place to be for Third Level students with seventy one CAO Course options on offer for entry September 2013. This is the ideal time for prospective students, and their parents, to sample the wide range of courses and facilities on offer.
Over the two days, we will be holding an extensive range of activities which will be particularly beneficial to students selecting higher education courses and planning their future careers. The main features of the Open Days will be a Careers Exhibition and a series of information sessions, workshops, demonstrations, exhibitions of student work and laboratory visits that will take place in the various departments across the three campuses. Students will have the opportunity of meeting with lecturers who will answer any queries and current students will be on hand to recount their own personal experiences and offer advice. The visiting public will also have the opportunity of seeing the extensive facilities available in CIT including extra-curricular activities. Organised tours will also be available in order to allow students to get a feel for the CIT campuses.
"Visiting CIT, students will see a vibrant modern campus with a full range of facilities designed to give students the best experience possible of third level education. In CIT the individual student and student facilities are the focal points for all campus activities. During Open Day, staff will be on hand to outline the ever-expanding range of programmes and programme options available in our catalogue of offerings from undergraduate through to postgraduate. Recognised as the single biggest centre of engineering education on the island of Ireland, CIT also continues to diversify and develop new programmes across the key areas of business, science, arts/humanities and the social sciences. Our modularised and semesterised structure allows students the possibility of customising their studies by availing of Free Choice Modules across each year of their studies.
Bainigí taitneamh as bhur gcuairt go CIT!"
Dr Barry O’Connor
CIT Registrar and Vice President for Academic Affairs