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‘Study Away’ to bring International Universities to an Irish Audience

Posted by Francis O' Toole on October 23, 2019

 

'Study Away' to bring International Universities to an Irish Audience

This November will see the inaugural Study Away event. Being hosted in the Raddison Blu St. Helen’s Hotel in Dublin it is set to be Ireland’s newest International Universities Event.

The event will welcome universities from all over the world, giving Irish students to talk to representatives from the various international schools and a chance to learn more about their options away from Ireland.

The event is being organized by David Hawkins, also known as The University Guy, who is a specialist in international university applications as well as being a member of the International Association for College Admission Counseling and an affiliated consultant to the Council of International Schools.

Comparison website Unifrog are also working in conjunction with Hawkings to bring Study Away into fruition.

A list of confirmed colleges and organizations is as follows:

USA

Eduacation USA Ireland
University of Akron   Creighton University   Loyola Marymount University 

Missouri Western State University  New York University  Sewanee, the University of the South

Canada

University of British Columbia   Concordia University

Europe

ESCP Europe         Gilon Institute of Higher Education         IE University, Spain
University College Utrecht, the Netherlands

For more information or to book your place at ‘Study Abroad’ on Friday, November 15th click here.

To see an essential guide and additional information on going to college outside of Ireland see our dedicated Studying Abroad section by clicking here.

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