Discover University 2019 Applications OPEN!

Discover University is an 8-day summer programme run by the Early Learning Initiative, held in the National College of Ireland from June 19th- 28th 2019 (excluding the weekend). It aims to give young people aged 14-17 from Dublin’s inner city the opportunity to experience a taste of life at university. Students may choose one of four subjects: Business, Computing, Early Childhood Education and Psychology. They then work in groups to complete a project in their chosen subject throughout the week, while they also attend lectures, workshops, company tours, excursions and loads of other activities! Each group will be mentored and supported by a team leader (a third level NCI student) and NCI faculty staff. Students must be available to attend from 10am-4pm each day. The programme is free of charge and lunch will be provided daily.

Students can fill out a form online here:

https://www.ncirl.ie/ELI/Our-Programmes/Educational-Guidance/Discover-University

The deadline is Friday May 24th and places are given on a first come, first served basis!!

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Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City Leader, Fine Gael, Dublin City Council Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee
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