WIT Business Virtual Open Day

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Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) is to run a week of virtual open days this April to help prospective undergraduate students in the south east and beyond with their going to college questions. To find out more about their Business Virtual Open Day, or a full list of events visit www.wit.ie/virtualopenday.

Business Virtual Open Day

From 2pm-4pm on Monday, 20 April 2020 WIT’s School of Business are holding an online open day, which will take place where prospective undergraduate students can learn more about Business, Accounting, Digital Marketing and Retail Management CAO courses.

How to take part

WIT’s Online Open Day will take place online at www.wit.ie/virtualopenday.

What to expect at a Virtual Open Day

During each virtual open day prospective students or parents of CAO applicants will have the chance to chat live with lecturers from that academic School as well as staff from WIT’s admissions, schools liaison, outreach, fees and grants, accommodation and student life and learning departments. On the day you can also take an interactive tour of the WIT campus to get a flavour of what to expect.

About WIT

As Ireland returns to high-levels of employment there is, rightfully, renewed public debate on the key role of quality lifelong learning opportunities in economic development and social cohesion. Our society is coming to understand that lifelong learning is a prerequisite not only to medium term economic prosperity and competiveness but also to meeting the larger societal challenges inherent in the UN Sustainable Development Goals; to re-imagining workplace roles as the progress of artificial intelligence and machine learning accelerates; and in fostering active participation in the building of a just and fair society.

Lifelong learning funding initiatives at national level such as Springboard and Skillnets have proved very successful in fostering successful participation by adults in higher learning and WIT very much welcomes the announcement of greatly expanded, multi-year funding for adult learning through the Human Capital Initiative. WIT engages closely and energetically with industry and social partners at local and regional level to inform the development of these courses. The South East.

Gemma Creagh

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