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Graduate Career Information Evening

Posted by Francis O' Toole on November 6, 2012

University of LimerickThe Faculty of Science & Engineering, University of Limerick Invites Secondary School Pupils and Parents to

In the Kathleen Lonsdale Building, UL Campus

Thursday, 15th November, 2012
(Parking available)
(followed by refreshments)

The Faculty of Science and Engineering present ‘Graduate Work Experience Talks’ in which former University of Limerick students from Bachelor of Science programmes will present an overview of their careers since graduating.  The evening will include graduates from some of the following courses:

LM068 BSc Food Science and Health
LM093 BSc Equine Science
LM061 BSc Pharmaceutical and Industrial Chemistry
LM064 BSc Industrial Biochemistry
LM066 BSc Environmental Science
LM115 BE Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
LM117 BSc Science Choice
Each graduate will describe what is involved in becoming a scientist and the exciting career opportunities they have experienced to-date.   They will give an overview of how the skills and knowledge gained in their degree programmes has benefited them in their careers.

There will be an opportunity at the end for people to speak on a one-to-one basis with graduates over refreshments.
For further enquiries / bookings, contact: – 061 202421


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