WIT Talks: ‘Right Student, Right Programme’

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WIT Talks: ‘Right Student, Right Programme’

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) has announced a series of virtual WIT Talks broadcast live on set dates throughout May 2021 via YouTube and available at www.wit.ie/cao.

The talks are running in parallel with the CAO change of mind facility, which opened on 5 May and closes on 1 July.

Dr Derek O’Byrne, Registrar and Vice President for Academic Affairs at WIT said that doing course research now will reduce the pressure Leaving Cert students and their families in June.

‘Right Student, Right Programme’

“The CAO change of mind facility opened on 5 May and many prospective students and their parents will need to start thinking about confirming their CAO choices, before the 1 July deadline. WIT has a ‘right student, right programme’ ethos and students who thoroughly research their college and course options are more likely to be happier in their studies,” Dr O’Byrne added.

Panel interviews at the recent virtual open day were among the most popular events and WIT Talks will follow the engaging and informative format.

The series of live interactive online events gives people the chance to learn more about courses in business, engineering, health sciences, humanities, science and computing.

18 May  WIT Talks Science & Computing
19 May WIT Talks Humanities
20 May WIT Talks Health Sciences
25 May WIT Talks Engineering
26 May WIT Talks Business
27 May WIT Talks CAO choices

Claire Holden, Schools’ liaison & Outreach Officer at WIT says that the events will give CAO applicants interested in studying one of WIT’s 70 CAO undergraduate courses the opportunity to ask those all important questions before confirming their CAO choices.

“During each event people will have the option to ask any questions they have by using the live web chat facility. The panels will comprise of lecturing staff in that area who have come onboard to support their future students with discipline-specific WIT Talks. They are ideal for anybody who wants to understand the differences between courses or who have a few questions before they confirm their choices.”

 


Steven Galvin

CAO 2021 Timeline: Revised Statement of Application Process 
Radio Programming and Production Diploma at BCFE


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