TEF welcomes students of all ages, from all courses, from all colleges in Ireland. It’s definitely not just for Trinity students.
TEF takes place each year on the campus of Trinity College Dublin.
Specific details of where to locate the campus can be found on the map below
Generally, the campus is easily accessed via rail or bus for those travelling from outside the county.
TEF 2015 will take place on the 13th and 14th of February, from 5pm on Friday to 5pm on Saturday, with plenty of time to spare for a Valentine’s date.
Over the course of two days, delegates attend talks and panels from leading speakers in their field.
Delegates can interact with speakers, participate in expert-led workshops and network at our social events.
It’s much more than an economics forum.
TEF is sponsored by Mazars and the NTMA, and representatives will be scouting for talent over the course of the weekend.
Generally, you will have the opportunity to make plenty of new Linkedin contacts, and some of the speakers will give you great conversation-openers at interviews.
A two-day ticket will cost €20 and one-day ticket (Friday or Saturday) will cost €12. However, early-bird tickets will cost €9 and €5 respectively, so watch this space.
Over the course of the weekend, you will get to see six leading speakers, attend four dynamic panel discussions, participate in two hours of focused workshops and enjoy a networking evening.
You will also receive food, drink and a swag bag of TEF merchandise.
You can get full details of the agenda for the weekend here
There are plenty of affordable hostels in Dublin city centre, within a very short walking distance of TEF.
You can find a sample of them here: http://www.hostelworld.com/hostels/Dublin