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.
Any queries email firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m delighted to inform you of our brand new Student Scholarships for those students applying through the CAO Entry System for Autumn 2020. I’ve attached a letter, a poster and link below giving you more information on these scholarships. I’d appreciate if you could forward the attached information to your Guidance Counsellor and to any other relevant members of staff.
We have a new course called the Baitsiléir san Oideachas trí Mhean na Gaeilge (Bunmhúinteoireacht).
The course code is CM003, while the course code for the Gaeltacht route for this course is CM004.
Further information regarding this course is available on our website:
September 2018 will see the launch of a new and exciting Community Development Course in Marino College of Further Education. It is an ideal choice for students who are energetic and passionate about issues within their community. This QQI Level 5 Award prepares students who would like to enter direct employment or have an interest in progressing to third level. Excellent progression routes are available to UCD’s Social Policy and Sociology Undergraduate Programme among several others. This Community Development course will enable students to develop leadership skills to facilitate community groups. They will also gain an understanding of working in a multicultural society and ensuring equality and diversity in the community sector.
This new course is open for applications now and students can enrol online.
Check out our website http://www.marinocollege.ie/further-education/ for more information and to view our many other courses on offer.
2018 minimum grades for the Bachelor in Education (Primary) course are now as follows: Irish: H5, English: H7/O5 and Mathematics H7/O6.
The 2018 minimum grades for our two Bachelor in Science courses (Education Studies and Early Childhood Education) are as follows: Maths/English/Language: H7/O6 and there is also a minimum CAO Points Requirement of 300.
Our Open Day is taking place on Saturday 18th November, between 10am and 4pm.
The annual Open Day will take place at Marino Institute of Educationon Saturday 19th November 2016 from 10am to 4pm. Our Open Day provides you with an opportunity to experience a flavour of life in MIE. Why not take the opportunity to visit the campus, meet your future lecturers and talk about your career in Education. Find out more about our excellent courses in Primary Teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and our undergraduate programmes in Education Studies and Early Childhood Education.
During the day, you will have a chance to talk with lecturing and support staff, chat with some of our current students, explore the facilities and discover more about the programmes you are contemplating to study.
We look forward to meeting you on Saturday 19th and promise you will enjoy and benefit from the visit.