UCD Graduate Open Day
Thursday, 19 February 2009
We’re gearing up here for this year’s annual UCD Open Day, where faculty will be on hand to discuss postgraduate study opportunities at UCD– of particular interest to readers of this blog may be the two MA degrees offered by UCD’s School of Art History and Cultural Policy: the MA in Art History, and MA in Arts Management and Cultural Policy (we also offer MLitt and PhD degrees in both these subjects). A special information session on these programmes will be held from 3-4 pm in J004 (Arts – Newman Building).
The full schedule of the day’s events is located here: http://www.ucd.ie/artsceltic/graduateschool/events/graduateopenday/
Here’s the official blurb from UCD– do come along if you have an interest in further study!
UCD offers a superb range of dynamic opportunities for graduate study and research in the humanities. Leading experts in areas as diverse as film, creative writing, musicology, art history, drama, arts management and cultural policy, languages, literatures, history, folklore and linguistics will be available to guide you through opportunities to deepen your knowledge and enhance your career potential on Thursday 19 February.
Declan Kiberd, Professor of Anglo-Irish Literature & Drama, and Kathleen James-Chakraborty, Professor of Art History, will give short talks on the exciting challenges of graduate study and life at a key-note event at UCD Humanities Institute of Ireland (HII) between 5-6 pm on 19 February. Sandra Walker of UCD Career Development will address issues of career enhancement. This session will conclude with a wine reception at the HII.