Dunboyne College is currently open for applications and will remain so right up until the new academic year starts. Given the government guidelines and restrictions around Covid-19, we will not be holding interviews for applicants this year.
Application Procedures for 2020/2021 academic year:
All applications are online https://cms.enrol.ie/dbfe2020/, once the online application form has been completed students will be asked to upload 4 documents:
Where students have already applied to DCFE and have not been interviewed they can login and upload the above documents.
We can offer places to students based on the stated minimum requirements (check https://dunboynecollege.ie/index.php) and their application forms. Offers will be sent to students at the beginning of June.
Information on all our courses, entry requirements and progression routes are available on https://dunboynecollege.ie/images/Prospectus2020/Prospectus_2020.pdf
TU Dublin will hold a LIVE Q & A session Culinary Arts & Food Studies on Monday 11th May 10.30-12 noon. https://www.tudublin.ie/virtualug/tourism/
As well as obtaining TU Dublin graduate attributes, Culinary Arts and food technology graduates also have career opportunities and job prospects that are exciting, innovative and are in family friendly and flexible working environments not just in Ireland but all over the world. The school employs lecturers that are industry and education leaders in culinary, bakery, pastry, gastronomy, beverages and the food science and food technology studies fields.
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This time of the year ordinarily sees Mary Immaculate College (MIC) run its popular undergraduate programme Taster Sessions. The sessions give potential applicants a great opportunity to get a flavour of college life before deciding upon their final CAO choices.
This year, in light of the COVID-19 restrictions, MIC is instead offering interested parties the chance to ask our lecturers, and other key members of the college community, anything they would like to know about MIC, and its degrees, via a series of Instagram Live Q & A sessions.
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Exciting news from Ballyfermot College of Further Education; We’ve been approved to run 3 more new courses. Applications for these new courses and all our courses are open on www.bcfe.ie.
The following courses have been approved to run in BCFE
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Marino College ApplicationsWe wish to advise that Marino CFE is open for online applications. There are no interviews.
Applicants will be offered places subject to meeting course requirements and number of available places.
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On behalf of Carlow Institute of Further Education and Training, I’m delighted to inform you that we are accepting applications on-line as normal. We expect interviews to take place as normal in August and look forward to helping your students start their education journey in these unprecedented times.
Your students will be able to discover the wide range of courses available at Carlow Institute on our website www.carlowIFET.ie – we have 50 different courses to choose from.
As you are aware, Further Education courses at Level 5 and Level 6 are fantastic routes to employment, to other Further Education (including many apprenticeships) and to Higher Education. Some highlights include:
Applications are now open – check out our website at www.carlowIFET.ie for further course details, and how to apply. Early applications are strongly advised, especially for our high-demand courses, which are experiencing high-levels of application.
As previously advised IADT have provided a Digital Portfolio Submission Platform for our applicants this year. Although this procedure is new to everyone, we are very pleased that the hundreds of students that have already submitted successfully via this online portal have overcome any initial barriers to doing so and it is working very well.
We are very mindful of the fact that this is a particularly difficult time for many Leaving Certificate students and have decided to extend the deadline for submission to midnight on Wednesday 30th April for any remaining students who wish to apply.
To access the Digital Submission Platform and for further details please visit https://www.iadt.ie/study/portfolio-guidelines
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require any further information regarding this or any of our courses, details of which are available at https://www.iadt.ie/courses
SUSI opens for student grant applications for academic year 2020-21 , 23rd April.
The priority processing dates are 11th June for renewal applications and 9th July for new applications. Applicants who submit their applications on or before these dates will receive priority assessment.
The online application system will remain open until late autumn / early winter, after which late applications fulfilling the necessary criteria will be accepted.
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