UCD Psychological Society Presents the 41st All-Island Student Congress (Supported by PSI & NIBPS)

UCD Psychological Society

The 41st Annual Student Congress will take place in UCD this year. This is a great opportunity for undergraduate and postgraduate psychology students to present their research to fellow students from all over Ireland and Northern Ireland in a student friendly environment.

The event will include an opening ceremony and guest lecture from Dr Sara Waring (University of Liverpool) and social mixer on Friday 5th April.

Saturday 6th April will kick off with another keynote speech, followed by the opportunity for students to present their research projects. Presentations can either be in oral or poster format. A final keynote speech will occur, before the Prize Giving and Closing Ceremony on Saturday afternoon, delivered by PSI president Ian O’Grady.

As is tradition, a Gala Dinner will be held on the evening of Saturday 6th April in the Talbot Hotel Stillorgan, to conclude the event.

PLEASE NOTE: Following feedback from previous years, there will be two ticket options available for the 2019 Student Congress:

  1. Friday night + Saturday Day-Time Ticket (€40): This includes registration fee, social event on Friday night, Saturday lunch and attendance to all keynote speeches
  2. Friday Night + Saturday Full-Day Ticket (€58): This includes everything from the Saturday Day-time ticket and a 3-course meal on Saturday Night in the Talbot Hotel (places limited)

Registration for this event involves two separate steps. Step 1 (below) consists of the Ticket Purchase. Once you have completed the ticket purchase, you will then be directed to Step 2 – Research Submission.

Step 1 – Ticket Purchase

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