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Monday, 27 July 2015

New Irish family history courses at UCD

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As reported on Irish Genealogy News last month, University College Dublin (UCD) is discontinuing its popular three-year Certificate in Genealogy/Family History course (see blogpost).

Instead, new Lifelong Learning courses have been introduced, as follows:

Topics in Genealogy/Family History: Advanced topics of interest to more experienced genealogists. This 10-week course will be held on Wednesday evenings (7–9pm) starting 30 September. €190.

Introduction to Genealogy/Family History: Basic family history course, to be held on Thursday evenings (7–9pm) starting 1 October. €190.

Genealogy/Family History of the 1916 leaders: Using genealogical and historical methodologies, the course will study prominent participants in terms of their family backgrounds. This 10-week course will be held on Wednesday evenings (7–9pm) starting 13 January 2016. €190.

Each of these courses will be led by Sean J Murphy.

More details of each course can be found on pages 64 and 65 of UCD's newly published 'Opening Worlds' Adult Education programme 2015-16 booklet (pdf 900kb).

Booking/registration won't start until Monday 10 August.