Applications Re-Open in Coláiste Dhúlaigh College of Further Education
Applications have re-opened for the majority of our courses and the next round of interviews will be held in April.
The William G. Carroll Education Bursary for the Community and Kildare Education Bursary for people with Disabilitie. This bursary is not open as of yet, but should be open around late July or early August. This bursary will be advertised in local print media and on the Kildare County Council website when it is launched and application forms and guidelines will be available on the website, at the desk for Community & Culture in Kildare County Council, and in the Main Reception of Kildare County Council.
University of Limerick Sports Scholarships
Closing Date for Applications for 2017-18 scheme is the 1st of March 2017 at 5pmThe closing date for applications for the UL Sports Scholarship scheme and for all sports scholarships at UL including the Bank of Ireland GAA High Performance scheme is the 1st of March at 5pm.
The UL Sports Scholarship scheme provides support at 3 levels Gold, Silver and Bronze worth up to more than €10,000.
The University of Limerick has a long and proud record of supporting some of Ireland’s best young athletes and this scheme along with our fantastic facilities, coaches and scientists will give you the best environment possible to have academic and sporting success.
To find out more and apply please visit http://www.ul.ie/sportsscholarships/
Please share this information with anyone you think might be interested in coming to train and study at Ireland’s best University for Dual career athletes.
Law Taster Day March 4th 2017 from 9.30-1pm
Sign up for our free opportunity to sample Law at Maynooth University - hear from our academics and students. Keynote address will be delivered by Emily Logan, Chief Commissioner of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission (and former Ombudsman for Children).
Design and Communication Graphics and Construction Studies Examination Preparation Course
Do you want to ensure that you are fully prepared and reach your potential in your Leaving Certificate examinations? We have just the course for students taking Construction Studies (CS) and/or Design and Communication Graphics (DCG).
What can I expect to get from this course?
• Advice on preparing yourself for the Leaving Certificate examinations;
• Examination strategies for DCG short and core questions;
• Expertise on CS portfolio preparation and presentation;
• Techniques and skills for preparing for the Practical Skills Test;
• Unique GMIT Letterfrack resources to assist you with revision.
Who will be teaching me?
For thirty years, GMIT Letterfrack has offered specialised honours degree programmes in Furniture Design, Wood Technology and Teacher Education. In its state of the art campus, students have the opportunities to develop skills in design and construction of projects, advanced manufacturing technology and Computer Aided Design. Our lecturers have a thorough understanding of these subject areas and expertise in teaching students to the highest international standards.
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Dublin based company Screen Security Limited have available positions for full-time Apprenticeship. Suitable candidates will be registered on the Solas Electronic Security Systems Apprenticeship Scheme, subject to fulfilling Solas eligibility for participation in the Apprenticeship Programme and company suitability requirements.Click here to read original article …
TL758 Bachelor of Science in Animal Bioscience – NEW for 2017It will have the Standard Entry requirements i.e. a minimum grade O6/H7 in English or Irish, O6/H7 in Maths, and O6 /H7 in 3 other subjects.
Standard entry criteria for QQI/FETAC/NCVA award holders ( i.e. any award will be considered and there are no special requirements or modules)
Successful students may progress to the final year of the Level 8 B.Sc. Honours in Veterinary Bioscience.
They may also take an exit award at Level 6 on the Higher Certificate in Animal Science ( not an entry option)
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Trinity AccommodationTrinity Hall is the official residence of TCD and is the recommended option for all students but particularly for first years and new entrants to College.
In August, on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th Trinity Hall will have two open days to give parents and leaving cert students the opportunity to visit the accommodation, have a look at the types of accommodation on offer, and meet some of the current/former residents and the Warden’s team.
You’ll get a feel for the accommodation and a chance to decide if you subsequently want to apply to live there during your 1st year at TCD. Remember it’s the weekend after the leaving cert results come out….
Friday the 18th of August from 2pm to 5pm.
Saturday the 19th from 11am noon to 3pm.
See our video at http://www.tcd.ie/accommodation/StudentsandStaff/Students/TrinityHall/
What are the Entry Requirements for the DCU Access Scheme?