The Maths and Physics Open Day will take place on
Saturday, 12th November 2016.
The day features lectures and tours along with a chance to meet staff
and students from both the School of Physics and the School of
Mathematics. For more details and registration please see HERE
Any interested 6th year students who would like to participate in a Taster Day at IADT on Wednesday 2November in IADT will be able to explore our campus, talk to staff and experience firsthand our Entrepreneurship degree courses (DL701 and DL823) by taking part in one of our workshops.
Any 6th yr interested in student shadowing experience at the School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College Dublin be aware that they are hoping to run a shadowing experience in March 2017, dates have to be confirmed.
• Computer Science leads to a BA Moderatorship and a Master in Computer Science (MCS).
• Computer Science and
Language (French, German or Irish) combines the study of Computer
Science, linguistics and French, German or Irish and leads to a BA
• Management Science and
Information Systems Studies (MSISS) is the study of management
sciences, statistics and information and communication technology
leading to a BA Moderatorship.
• Computer Science and
Business is a joint degree programme combining computer science and
business management and leads to a BA Moderatorship.
SAP Ireland has launched its recruitment campaign for 2017. This is
aimed at Leaving Certificate Students studying German and interested in a
career in the IT sector. Students are paid for the duration of their degree. Students interested in learning
more about this programme and SAP in Ireland are welcome to contact SAP
at sapcooplearningie@SAP.com Click here for full details.
School of Computer Science is hosting an Open Evening for 5th & 6th
year secondary school students, parents and teachers
on Tuesday 22nd November 2016.
The purpose of the evening is to introduce prospective students to
the opportunities available for studying Computer Science at UCD.
Talks by staff and graduates will outline what Computer Science is,
the content of the degree programme and what life is like as an
undergraduate in UCD. There will be talks on Computer Science careers,
internships and post-graduate courses. There will be a chance to meet
with CS staff and current students, plus demos from researchers on
robotics,virtual reality and drones.
The programme and a map can be found here.
The event is free but booking is essential. To reserve a place, follow the link: http://www.myucd.ie/visiting-ucd/events/ucd-computer-science-open-evenin...
Event: UCD Computer Science Open Evening
Audience: 5th & 6th Years Secondary School Students, Mature Students, Parents & Teachers
Date: Tuesday 22nd November 2016
Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Venue: Moore Auditorium, O’Brien Science Centre (East), University College Dublin, Belfield.
Enquiries: Mollie Murphy, +353 1 716 2483, firstname.lastname@example.org
NCAD Portfolio Information Sessions – 5/8/9 November 2016
2017 applicants to first year studio-based programmes at NCAD are
invited to Portfolio Information Session at the college’s Thomas Street
campus on one of three dates in November. This is an opportunity to meet
with other aspiring NCAD students, view successful portfolio
applications from previous year and address queries around your
portfolio preparation and presentation to First Year staff.
Product Design will host a separate talk for AD212 applicants during the Tuesday session.
These are free events but booking is required via the NCAD website here …
Careerosphere are running a seminar on Monday week, October 24th at 7.30pm in the Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan that would be of interest to students who are considering a career in Computer Science. They have 5 free tickets for students of CBC Monkstown.
The talk will focus on software development and data science. Data science is a fairly new career area and may be of interest to students who are strong at maths. There will be two guest speakers - a software developer and a data scientist.
Please contact Gerard@careerosphere.ie to book a spot, not forgetting to tell him you are a student from CBC Monkstown
The BSc in Data Science, the first of its kind in Ireland, is aimed at students who are interested a career in Big Data, data analytics
and related data science roles. ‘Data Science’ is the study of
information – where it comes from, what it tells us and how to turn it
into a resource for business, government and social strategies. DCU
is uniquely positioned to offer this course with proven strengths in
computing, engineering, business and mathematics together with an
enterprise-driven focus on innovation, applied problem solving and
making a difference in the real-world. The DCU BSc in Data Science
is a unique programme focused on that combination of programming,
mathematics and communication that creates valuable insight and
professional expertise. The overall aim of the programme is to equip
participants with the knowledge and abilities to enable them to apply
the full spectrum of computing and analytical science and technology in
the pursuit of discovering new information by identifying and validating
patterns in data.
Special Entry Requirements: • H2 in Mathematics • NO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF COMPUTING NECESSARY!
BSc in Data Science (DS) CAO Code: DC123 Duration: 4 years
For more information, please go to www.dcu.ie/DC12