Come and Visit Us at the Higher Options Expo RDS Dublin
The Irish Times Higher Options Expo is taking place at the RDS in Dublin from Wednesday, September 21st to Friday, September, 23rd.
The conference is the starting point for many students as they begin to plan the next phase of their educational journey.
It brings together representatives of institutions and organisations offering students information on almost every conceivable educational progression opportunity available in Ireland and abroad.
DDLETB will be there! Please come and visit us at Stand 20.
Have a chat with our teams from
- Blackrock Further Education Institute
- Dún Laoghaire Further Education Institute
- Dundrum College of Further Education
- Sallynoggin College of Further Education
- Stillorgan College of Further Education
- Adult Education Service Guidance
- Deansrath Community College
- Grange Community College
- Greenhills Community College
- Baldoyle Training Centre
- Loughlinstown Training Centre
- Tallaght Training Centre
DDLETB offers courses, apprenticeships and training in a wide range of subjects and fields.
We look forward to meeting you at the expo!
The following information is from the Irish Times and gives a little more information about what to expect at the Higher Options education expo.
What is Higher Options?
It is an education expo where institutions from at home and abroad are represented. You will have the opportunity to talk to them in-person to help you make an informed decision about what course you will study and what type of institution you will attend.
What makes it so special?
While most institutions organise their own open days, Higher Options brings them all under the one roof, meaning that you can engage with several institutions in a short time. Even if you already have an idea about what you would like to do, you may not have decided on what type of college you would like to attend or what particular course would best suit you.
What questions should I ask?
The first question you ask should be one that you ask of yourself. What kind of course are you interested in and what are you looking for in a college? Jot these down before you attend and draw up a list of colleges you wish to talk to. As a rule of thumb, it is a good idea to ask the same questions of each representative. That will help you get as measured an understanding of each institution as is possible. Tailor your questions to suit your interests and needs. Ask about the various courses on offer. What are the academic requirements, what courses will make you more employable? What areas are covered in each course and how are they assessed? How big are lectures/classes and do they feature one-on-one or group supervision? Remember, you can ask representatives for contact details in case you have any further questions you may want to ask later.