We do have vacancies on our day courses in the following:
Also, places available on General Learning Levels 3 and 4 for anyone wishing to return to education.
Full details on www.greenhillscollege.ie
Studying Veterinary in Poland in English becomes increasingly popular with a university in Wroclaw
having renewed EAEVE Accreditation. Increased number of Irish and UK students who will join their new colleagues from Scandinavia, Germany and other places has had a very positive impact on university authorities.
The university decided to adopt to Irish system and extend application process until 16th of September to allow more Irish students in their goal to become a vet.
Wroclaw University of Life and Environmental sciences has delivered Veterinary through English for last 8 years and proved quality of education confirmed by EAEVE that causes interest from Irish and UK students. “Medical Poland’s efforts to open that opportunity to Irish students proved justified this year with a number of applicants and students visiting Wroclaw earlier this year. Most of them will start realising their dream of becoming a doctor in two weeks” says Artur Banaszkiewicz of Medical Poland. “We are happy to support and help Irish students study veterinary, medicine, dentistry, nursing, physiotherapy, pharmacy in Poland as they find unnecessary barriers at home” he adds. Demand for the programme in Ireland has been increasing with higher number of points required to get a place in Ireland as well as very limited access to clinical base.
Last month, in Dublin, the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs, Polish Embassy in Dublin and Medical Poland provided support and warm welcome for parents and accepted students going to Poland for a number of years. New residents of Poland were provided with information on various aspects of living and studying in Poland.
Current students and those who got accepted for this academic year will share their experience during the Irish Times Higher Options in Dublin (14-16.09; RDS) at Medical Poland’s stand and invite those who do not have a chance to study at home to apply and join them at a recognised university in the European Capital of Culture. The interviews for 2016/17 academic year will take place on 15 – 16th September in Dublin.
Teagasc is the main provider of further education and training for the land based sector. Full time courses in agriculture are offered at levels 5 and 6 at three Teagasc colleges ( Ballyhaise, Clonakilty and Kildalton) and at three linked private agricultural colleges ( Gurteen, Mountbellew and the Salesian Agricultural College, Pallaskenry)
Horticultural courses are offered at two Teagasc colleges ( the College of Amenity Horticulture, National Botanic Gardens and at Kildalton).
Equine programmes are offered at Kildalton and forestry at Ballyhaise.
Detailed information on Teagasc courses is available here …
Full details on upcoming Open Days here …
Art College Portfolio Preparation – This course offers progression options for learners either within the college or in partnerships with universities and institutes of technology. Third level institutes also reserve a number of places on degree courses for mature learners (over the age of 23). Learners must apply to each institute individually.Learners who complete this major QQI award at Level 5 are eligible to apply through the CAO system for entry into participating courses in the QQI Higher Education Links Scheme (HELS). A limited number of places are available and applicants are ranked according to results achieved in their QQI major award.
Past graduates have secured places in a range of art colleges such as NCAD, DIT, IADT (Dun Laoghaire) and a variety of other colleges throughout the country. Learners have participated in local cultural festivals and have been commended for their artistic contributions.
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Coláiste Dhúlaigh College of Further Education are offering an extra Business Studies class with no Maths requirement for entry. Maths will be offered as part of the course which will fulfill any requirements for progression to Higher Education.
Call in on Monday from 1-6pm when we will be holding walk in interviews.
More at www.cdcfe.ie
The Garda Commissioner is delighted to welcome the announcement by the Minister for Justice and Equality of a new recruitment campaign.
800 vacancies for Garda Trainees are to be filled.
It is important that a police force is reflective of the community it serves and we are particularly keen that women and people from minority communities consider joining An Garda Síochána.
If you want to contribute to your community join An Garda Síochána for an exciting, rewarding and fulfilling career.
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Inchicore College of Further Education, has some vacancies on the following courses ;
QQI Level 5; Art and Design; Business and Digital Marketing; Sports Coaching; Social Studies; Tourism
Edexcel BTEC Higher National Diplomas; Business Studies; Technical Theatre; Leisure & Recreation Management; Travel & Tourism Management
Applicants will be called for interview immediately