University of Galway – Interactive tour of healthcare simulation facilities

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University of Galway’s Autumn Undergraduate Open Day on Friday and Saturday, October 6 and 7, from 9am to 3pm, will feature exclusive access to some of the University’s most innovative teaching and learning facilities and hands-on experiences including:

Future medical students and their parents can join an interactive tour of our new world-class healthcare simulation facilities located in the Clinical Science Institute Building.

The interactive tour takes place on Saturday only and places are limited. Visitors can book a place on the tour here or at the Medicine stand in the Red Zone on the day, the tour commences at 9:45am from the Red Zone.


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