Atlantic Technological University (ATU) Mountbellew will hold an open morning on Wednesday next, 1 March, from 10am to 12.30pm for secondary school students, parents, teachers and mature applicants on all ATU and Teagasc agriculture courses delivered on campus.
Staff and students will be on hand to answer questions about the courses ranging from Level 5 (post LC) to Level 8 (Honours degree).
The event will also include tours of the campus and facilities including a guided tour around the two college farms. The college farms are an integral part of training at Mountbellew.
Dr Edna Curley, Principal, ATU Mountbellew Agricultural College, says the open morning is an opportunity to learn more about Teagasc and ATU programmes, as well as financial support and college life.
For full information on ATU courses available on the ATU Mountbellew campus please visit www.atu.ie.