The Department of Electronic Engineering is offering prospective Engineering students an early opportunity to secure the required H4 in Leaving Certificate Maths in order to meet the basic entry requirement for qualification to our Engineering degree. The exam is based only on the content covered by Paper One of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Mathematics syllabus and consists of one exam, for two hours. A free preparatory course takes place on March 27th.
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Bow Street has announced that they will be launching a number of new courses at their upcoming Open Day on Wednesday, April 11th.
The Open Day will include a tour of the schools facilities, an introduction to the upcoming courses on offer at Bow Street, and an opportunity to pick the brains of Bow Street’s Creative Director Shimmy Marcus at a Q&A session on the day.
Some of the courses on offer include the 6 month Part-Time Screen Acting Course designed to complement the much in demand Full Time Programme for Screen Acting. During a tour of the facilities, graduates past and present will also be on hand to answer any questions interested students may have based on their personal experiences of studying at Bow Street.
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Mathematics Competency Test for Level 8 (Honours) Degree ProgrammesThe Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) is holding a Mathematics Competency Test (MCT) for applicants to its Level 8 (Honours) Degree Programmes which require Higher Level Maths.
The purpose of the MCT is to offer candidates an alternative route to achieve this minimum entry requirement.
The MCT is not obligatory and no extra CAO points are awarded for successful students. Those students that are successful will have met the minimum entry requirement of Higher Level Maths in Leaving Certificate Mathematics.
The MCT is set at a similar standard as the Leaving Certificate Honours Mathematics examination. Students that have studied the Leaving Certificate Mathematics curriculum at Honours Level are invited to sit the exam.
DIT will shortly be accepting applications to sit the MCT from those who have applied to DIT for a Level 8 Honours Programme which have a minimum requirement of an Honour in Mathematics.
DT302 Business Analytics
DT066 Engineering (General Entry)
DIT will be online on Thursday 26th April between 4.30 p.m. – 6.00 p.m. to answer your questions about DIT. Find out more about the application process, the courses we offer, access routes, DIT student life and loads more.
You can find the live chat here: http://dit.ie/studyatdit/officeofadmissions/liveonlinechatforstudents/
This course is designed for anyone with an interest in creative writing and storytelling. Students will explore various aspects of writing creatively and will be facilitated in developing both written and digital content for online platforms.The course will focus on developing writing skills for both fiction and scripts as well as creation of promotional digital content for multi platform delivery. Classes will be delivered in a relaxed environment and learners will be given the opportunity to build on existing and/or new story ideas.
The one year QQI level 5 course will encourage students to share and critique ideas in a supportive setting. The skills to create media content to complement written material will be taught, giving students the necessary tools to make self promotional material for digital storytelling.
See the course page at https://goo.gl/XRKYF1
Crumlin College is holding an Interview & Information Evening next Wednesday, 21st March from 4pm-7pm.Interviews for all courses will take place for anyone who has already applied and a drop-in service is also available for course information and to complete applications for any new applicants.
Full-time courses starting September 2018 in Accounting, Administration, Beauty, Business, Culinary Arts, Digital Marketing, Fashion, Fitness, Hairdressing, IT, Sports Therapy, Tourism and more.
New courses for 2018 in Hospitality, IT Digital Skills, Reception, Sales & Marketing, Social Media with Computer Applications, Software Development with Mobile Technologies and Computer Network & Support Technician.
See www.crumlincollege.ie for more details or call in on Wednesday 21st. Alternatively you can contact the Admissions Officer Stephen Hilliard by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 01 454 0662 ext. 111
At Dunboyne College of Further Education, we have several new courses on offer that we would like to advise you of.
Applied Psychology QQI Level 5 5M4468
One year full-time course designed to introduce core theories and methodologies
Garden Design and Horticulture QQI Level 5 5M2586
One year full-time course to provide students with skills and knowledge relating to the horticulture and gardening industry
Special Needs Awareness and Assisting QQI Level 6 6M2263
One year full-time course for students who wish to gain accredited qualification in childcare or progress special Needs Assisting
Human Resource Management QQi Level 5M2102
One year full-time course designed for students who wish to develop their knowledge of Human Resource theory and application
Sports Injury Prevention and Massage Therapy QQI Level 5 5M5146
One year full-time course to equip students with skills and knowledge to work in the area of sports injury prevention
Professional Cookery QQI Level 5 5M2088
This course may be completed over two years with one day release each week to allow for employment