Posted by: gillroe | September 29, 2010

Study in Ireland Fair, Boston (Monday 27th September) – view the photos!

Some photos below of the busy day in Boston on Monday for the Education Mission.  For more details on the event, check back on yesterday’s blog.

Ms Brigid McManus, Secretary General of the department of Education and Science delivering a speech to the Education Ireland Breakfast event at the Newton Marriott Hotel in Boston.

Ms Orla Battersby, Enterprise Ireland  speaking at the same event.

Mr Mark O’Neill, CTO of Vordel and Alumnus of Trinity College Dublin,  addressing the crowd at the breakfast reception, Monday 27th in Boston.

Students, parents and counsellors at the Fair talking to representatives from Irish universities and colleges:

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  1. […] Study in Ireland Fair, Boston (Monday 27th September) – view the photos! (via Study in Ireland) 29 09 2010 Some photos below of the busy day in Boston on Monday for the Education Mission.  For more details on the event, check back on yesterday's blog. Ms Brigid McManus, Secretary General of the department of Education and Science delivering a speech to the Education Ireland Breakfast event at the Newton Marriott Hotel in Boston. Ms Orla Battersby, Enterprise Ireland  speaking at the same event. Mr Mark O’Neill, CTO of Vordel and Alumnus of Trinity Col … Read More […]

  2. University College Cork representatives Tim and myself were at the Boston Student Fair and, wow, what a turn-out! From 3-8pm we chatted non-stop with high school students and their families from across Massachusetts. There were lots of students with Irish connections who were eager to some to UCC for their full-degree but others just knew us for our top class education and student experience. We can’t wait to show them around our beautiful campus when they come to visit over the next year. At the fair, they had a chance to talk to some of our proud alumni living and working in the Boston area and excelling in the world of Business (Deirdre and Martin), Irish Studies (Peter) and Engineering (Anne, Rory and Brendan). Why don’t you come visit UCC and see for yourself why we’re in the Top 2% of Universities in the World (QS World University Rankings 2010).

    all the best, Caroline
    caroline.crowley@ucc.ie


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