Virtual Open Evenings

OPEN DAYS BOOKING FORM

Join us for our Virtual Open Day Events.

Register now for a recorded online open event hosted by our Head of Programmes, Lecturers and Admissions Team. Our Virtual Open Evenings  provide you with the perfect opportunity to chat to our tutors and staff about our courses and career paths in the creative media industry.

Simply click the course areas below you wish to register for and we will be in contact with further details on how to tune in for the event.

Individual tours of our facilities can be arranged for those who wish to visit the college after the online event.

Emma O’Brien – Admissions Manager

Games & Animation

Pulse College Virtual Open Evening: Games and Animation
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Recorded on the 21st June 2021

TV & Film Production

Pulse College Virtual Open Evening: Film and TV Production
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Recorded on the 22nd June 2021

Audio, Music Production & Music Tech

Pulse College Virtual Open Evening: Audio, Music Production & Music Tech
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Recorded on the 23rd June 2021

FAQS

Do I need to register?
What time do the Open Days start at?
What happens at the Event?
I cannot attend the Open Day. Can I arrange to visit on a different day?
Can I bring my family with me on a tour or talk?
Do I need to register?

Yes! By registering on our website it will allow us to keep you informed via e-mails, and as the Open Day approaches we will send you important information by post about. You will also get information on locations for different campuses you will need to visit depending on your area of interest.

What time do the Open Days start at?

Our Open Days will take place monthly, either on a Weekday Evening at 6.30pm or a Saturday Morning at 12pm. Please check out the list of upcoming open days below these FAQ’s to see the next event taking place.

What happens at the Event?

Pulse College staff and students are here to help! On arrival you will be greeted by our welcome team of students and admissions officers. Following registration, you will receive a welcome talk. Each campus has a different running order of events but this will cover a range of activities such as: Student Work Showcase; Q&A’s with Industry Professional and Pulse College Students/Alumnus; Tour’s of facilities and studios; Demo Classes and Workshops.

Staff and students will also be on hand throughout the Open Day to chat about courses, student life and services, fees and the enrolment procedure.

I cannot attend the Open Day. Can I arrange to visit on a different day?

Yes you can. We would be very happy to arrange a visit for you on an alternative date. We have many Open Days on throughout the year and these are listed below these FAQ’s. If you would like to arrange a private campus tour and meeting, simply email us at admissions [at] pulsecollege [dot] com and place Campus Tour in the email subject line.

Can I bring my family with me on a tour or talk?

Yes, provided there are spaces available. Please make sure you pre-book for everyone who wishes to attend. For some of the workshops and events, they may be limited to yourself and not open to extra family members due to space requirements.

Will I receive information about the open day?
Is it best to arrive ahead of the Open Day start time?
Can I just turn up and wander around?
Do I need to bring my Registration Email with me?
Which campus should I visit?
What should I do when I arrive?
Will I receive information about the open day?

After registering you will receive various e-mails, as well as texts, from us which will include what to expect from the Open Day and practical advice. Please take note to read all correspondence from the college regarding Open Days as they will contain important information.

Is it best to arrive ahead of the Open Day start time?

Yes, the event will start sharp at the allocated start time with a welcome talk so we recommend being on site at least 10mins before the Open Day start time. The Open Days usually last between 70-90mins so if you are running late, you are still encouraged to visit as staff/students will be available to talk to you at the end of the event and you will still get to experience the campus and facilities.

Can I just turn up and wander around?

No, due to the layout of the campuses the Open Days have a structured programme and we do not allow visitors to explore the facilities unattended. Visitors will need to come to the reception of whichever campus event that are attending to check in and will be directed to the Welcome Talk before the remainder of the Open Day begins.

Do I need to bring my Registration Email with me?

No, this is not required on the day but please ensure to read your confirmation email, reminder email and reminder text carefully, as these contain important information on the event and locations.

Which campus should I visit?

If you are interested in Music Production, Music Technology, Scoring for Film & Visual Media, or Film Production, you must attend the open day at our Windmill Lane Recording Studios Campus, 20 Ringsend Road, Dublin 4. (click here for the google map)

If you are interested in Games Design and Development or Animation, you must attend the open day at our Market Studios Studios Campus, Corner of Halston Street and Mary’s Lane, Dublin 7. (click here for the google map)

What should I do when I arrive?

When you arrive, depending on which campus location you are visiting, make your way to the reception area where you will have to check in.

Is there somewhere to eat on campus?
Is there on-site car parking available?
Should I bring a portfolio of my work with me?
What if I have a question on the day?
Who can I contact if I have further questions?
Is the campus disability friendly?
Is there somewhere to eat on campus?

Unfortunately none of our campuses have canteens but they are all very centrally located with convenience stores and cafes/restaurants very close to each.

Is there on-site car parking available?

Unfortunately none of our campuses have on-site car parks. Visitors are encouraged to take public transport to our campuses or alternatively use on-street or public car parks nearby each campus.

Should I bring a portfolio of my work with me?

If you have some work you would like to show to the academic staff who teach our degree programmes then they would be happy to talk this over with you. If you plan on bringing some work, please contact us in advance by emailing us at admissions [at] pulsecollege [dot] com so we can prepare this meeting for you.

What if I have a question on the day?

If you have any questions about courses or the college or are unsure about where you need to be, just ask any of the staff present on the day or ask any of the students who will be wearing Pulse College tee shirts.

Who can I contact if I have further questions?

If you have any questions, please email us or call the admissions department on +353 (0)1 478 4045.

Is the campus disability friendly?

Unfortunately our campuses are not currently disability friendly. For more information on this, please contact us at +353 (0)1 478 4045 or by emailing us here.

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