Each scholarship is awarded for a three year period subject to application criteria and conditions.
The sports scholarship package will offer successful students a combination of the following supports to help students realise their potential and achieve their goals.
Sports Scholarship Application Form 2019
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Every year National College of Ireland hold free Leaving Cert. revision sessions in Honours English and Ordinary Maths during the Easter mid-term break. Specialist teachers are brought in to show students how to tackle the tough questions on the paper and how best to prepare for the exams. The teachers also provide comprehensive notes to help students revise.With increased emphasis on grades in Maths and English; this is a great opportunity for students to come in and gain some extra knowledge about the Leaving Cert. subjects.
The sessions are held in NCI’s purpose-built campus in the heart of Dublin’s IFSC.
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At National College of Ireland, we design courses to empower students to attain world-class qualifications, highly valuable and desirable skills and relevant industry experience to ensure our graduates have the opportunity to join a progressive company and build a successful long-term career.
The BSc (Honours) in Technology Management provides students with extensive knowledge of technology management principles and their applications for business. The course produces highly sought after graduates in the information technology domain who work for companies such as Google, Citi, Hertz, Dell, and Hewlett Packard. Aoife Lynam is a recent graduate of the course working for a leading construction consultant as a Junior Project Manager in the US.
Aoife tells us what attracted her to study the BSc (Honours) in Technology Management at NCI and about her experience of leaving Ireland for a ‘once on a lifetime opportunity’.
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Wednesday 24th April (Honours English)
Thursday 25th April (Ordinary Maths)
National College of Ireland, Mayor Street, IFSC, Dublin 1
Sign up for either or both sessions online at www.ncirl.ie/CAO/RevisionSessions.
Why should I attend the NCI Open Day?National College of Ireland is hosting its next open day on Wednesday November 29th
Well we’re glad you asked. Attending an open day is one of the best ways to get a feel for a college, its courses and the general atmosphere on campus. We like to think NCI is a pretty happy place, but come and get a feel of it for yourself, before you fill out your CAO form.
Karen Campbell, NCI’s School Liaison Officer, explains: “Attending an open day is one of the best ways to get a feel for a college, its courses and the general atmosphere on campus.
One of the things that people always comment on is the great buzz around the place,” she says. “Because we’re a smaller college, you won’t feel lost in the crowd; there is a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and it’s easy to find your feet.”
Read our blog post for the 5 top reasons to attend a college open day!
National College of Ireland is hosting its next open day on Wednesday November 23rdfrom 10am to 3pm at its city-centre campus, in the heart of Dublin’s IFSC. Keep reading for all the details of the day!
You can also follow the hashtag #NCIOpenDay2016 and keep an eye on our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram”for updates.