The College is holding its Spring Careers Day on March 12th 2020 in the Gallery room and Auditorium building in the National Botanic Gardens Glasnevin.
The event will run from 12.00 – 3.00 pm on Thursday 12th March in the Gallery room and auditorium of the National Botanic Gardens and we invite companies to set up from 11.00 on the day.
Please bring any materials you wish in terms of advertising e.g. Popup banners & company brochures etc. students will be on hand to help you with set up.
If this would be of interest to you please contact the college by e mail to email@example.com
Alternative Route to Earn a Place on
a Data Science course at NCI
NCI will be holding a Mathematics Qualifying Examination for students applying through the CAO for the following data science courses:
Free Preparation Classes
To prepare students for the exam, a free maths course will take place at NCI during the Easter break from Tuesday 14th to Thursday 16th April with the exam taking place on Friday 17th April.
Students can contact me directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (01) 4498 565 to register a place on the course or discuss adding a data science at NCI to their CAO application.
The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management (TU835) at TU Dublin is an opportunity to obtain an excellent degree in either of two highly relevant fields. Both spatial planning and environmental management are vital careers towards building a sustainable future for Ireland and the planet.
Learn more about the TU835 programme in this short presentation.
Check out day-to-day life at TU Dublin Environment & Planning on Facebook and Twitter.
Or check out our website at: www.dit.ie/environmentandplanning
Closing Date for Scholarship Application 6th March 2020Event Date:06 March 2020 – 06 March 2020
Event Time:5.00 pm on Friday
Venue: IT Tralee
Organised by: Sports Office
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This course is designed to specifically develop and enhance the ability of students to recognise, analyse and solve business problems, often against a background of economic, social and technological change. The programme is designed to be academically coherent and intellectually demanding.Click here for more information …
An Open Night for students interested in applying to Combilift for their Engineering Traineeship will take place on Wednesday 4th March at 7pm in Combilift Global Headquarters, Monaghan.
Wednesday 4th March at 7pm in Combilift Global Headquarters
This traineeship is run in conjunction with Cavan and Monaghan ETB. There are no fees for this course and students may also be entitled to a bursary from Combilift. On successful completion of the course, students may apply for employment in Combilift or for an Apprenticeship or through the CAO for entry to year one of a range of higher certificate and degree programmes at Institutes of Technology and Universities.
Further details available from email@example.com or Combilift 047-80500
Whether you are in 5th or 6th year, or even TY, and want to reignite your dream of becoming a Doctor or Vet, or learn how anything is possible, if you it want enough, you should come to this event. Find out what programmes are available, discover admissions systems that aren’t interested in your Leaving Cert points, explore the quality of these progrmmes and meet Irish students already studying abroad.
At EUNICAS, we are often struck by how early in their school lives some students have ruled themselves out of careers in the health sciences. “I’ll never get those sort of points” they say, scowling sadly at a far-off golden mountain. However, it is clear that – in Ireland – we are beginning to understand that high points don’t necessary predict successful medical careers. Often students with points in the low 400s, who have then studied in Europe, have become superb doctors, vets or dentists. We are even starting to meet students saying, after visiting a fifteenth century Italian university, that even if they get a place at UCC/UCD, they’d prefer to go to Italy!!!
02 April 2020 19.00 – 22.00 in the Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown
The Accounting Technician Apprenticeship which launched in September 2017 is a new pathway to a career in Business, Accountancy and Finance, where apprentices are mentored through a two-year, work-based learning programme. Accounting Technician Apprentices work four days a week with a registered employer and study one day a week with a local college on a two-year employment contract.
We have a dedicated team who deliver insightful school talks and presentations to walk the students through the programme and how they can become a professional accountant with Accounting Technicians Ireland. The Students will with gain another career choice and route to consider as they fill out their CEO.
Some of the benefits of becoming an Apprentices include:
Whether you are in 5th or 6th year, or even TY, and want to reignite your dream of becoming a Doctor or Vet, or learn how anything is possible, if you it want enough, you should come to this event. Find out what programmes are available, discover admissions systems that aren’t interested in your Leaving Cert points, explore the quality of these programmes and meet Irish students already studying abroad.
23rd April 2020 19.00 – 22.00 Carlton Hotel Blanchardstownhttps://dutchgatewaysdublin2020.eventbrite.ie