Get ready to join a unique webinar in February where University of Dublin professors, students, and staff will discuss and demonstrate the insights of UCD Biotech and Bio Pharma-related programmes, and their career scope. Ireland is known to have a desirable biotechnology sector and is home to the world’s top 10 global biopharmaceutical companies.
Why should you attend the webinar?
The online webinar is led by UCD professors, students, and staff, and you can explore UCD programmes relating to data science subject matter.
Who should attend the webinar?
Students interested in exploring Biotech and BioPharma related UCD programmes who aspire to have a career in a BioTech or BioPharma field.
Why choose University College Dublin?
University College Dublin, Ireland Global University is Ireland’s largest international university and a top 1% world university. Established in 1854, the university has a student body of over 38,000 students, with over 10,000 international students drawn from 144 countries. UCD is Ireland's leader in graduate education, with over 12,000 graduate students and more than 2,000 graduate research students. Located in Dublin, Ireland, hailed as one of the safest countries in the world and one of the friendliest cities in Europe.
The main attraction point of the university is its strength in teaching, research, and creation of programme portfolios, with excellent career support. Students will also gain access to interview prep, internship opportunities, and alumni connections. Also, through the UCD Jumpstart programme platform, they can begin their preparations before they arrive on campus.
BioTech and BioPharma courses offered at University College Dublin
Interested students will learn about different BioTech and BioPharma courses in this webinar. Here is a brief overview of the programmes that you can opt for -
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