TUS Engineering Open Day

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There’s a tremendous opportunity for Leaving Certificate students to visit TUS Moylish campus, Limerick city, on Saturday 12th of March from 10am to 1pm for  2022 TUS Engineering Open Day.

TUS Engineering Open Day

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As well as getting the opportunity to meet staff and students from various engineering disciplines you will also be able to attend talks about  courses and careers in engineering, meet some of the biggest industry employers in the Midwest region and take part in a special seminar focusing on the prescribed (special) topic for Leaving Cert Engineering 2022: Principles of Operation and Applications of Artificial Intelligence in smart Manufacturing Techniques.

If you are considering engineering on your CAO and for your future career this is an event not to be missed.

TUS is Ireland’s newest Technological University with campuses in Athlone, Limerick, Clonmel, Ennis and Thurles.

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What is Engineering?

Engineering is a varied discipline. Interested in building bridges? Designing and creating prosthetic limbs? Powering a city?

Engineering is an occupation with an extremely wide reach. The term ‘engineering’ covers many fields and, by extension, many skills. Engineers are scientists, inventors, designers, builders, and great thinkers. They improve the state of the world, amplify human capability and make people’s lives safer and easier.

Take a look at a variety of Engineering courses around the country.

Are you looking to embark on a lucrative and interesting career? Engineering is a challenging, fascinating field. Engineers are part of most elements of the construction process, from planning, right through to cutting the ribbon on a finished building, road, facility, or pipeline. In general, civil engineers might work closely with builders, surveyors, and specialised civil engineers to oversee a project. Some might manage the site, people, and materials involved. Meanwhile, electronic engineers work in many industries, such as telecommunications. There they might design, install, and maintain transmitters, satellite equipment, and the ever-expanding range of IT devices. Search for third level or plc courses in engineering today.

Steven Galvin

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