The table below outlines the key dates for 2019 and shows you when you need to have your applications made by and when you can expect offers to be made by the colleges.. November CAO online application facility opens on 5 November at 12:00 noon Change of Course Choices (free) facility opens on 5 November […]
We believe in adventures at IADT. We believe in new beginnings, new ways of learning, and new friendships. In discovering what independence means. Here, our pioneering approach to education creates individuals who understand how to realise their ambitions and aspirations, and how to make their mark. IADT is unique. Ireland’s only institute of art, design […]
The Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) is an admissions scheme for students from socially disadvantaged backgrounds. The scheme aims to improve access to college for school-leavers from socio-economic backgrounds that are under-represented in third-level education. Under the HEAR scheme a number of third-level places are allocated to school-leavers on a reduced points basis. To be […]
Restricted entry courses are courses that must be included on the initial CAO application and cannot be added after the February 1 closing date (excluding Medicine which has an earlier deadline of January 20th to allow for the taking of the HPAT test).
CAO College List View a full list of Ireland’s CAO Colleges below along with links to their websites.. CAO College Listings on Colleges.ie – www.colleges.ie/cao-colleges.html American College Dublin Athlone Institute of Technology Carlow College Church of Ireland College College of Computer Training Cork Institute of Technology Dorset College Dublin Business School & DBS School of […]
CAO Courses in Ireland are offered in a wide range of categories. Below is a list of third level courses categorised by subject area. Arts and Humanities Built Environment Business | Accounting Childcare Corporate Training Crafts Education Electronics Engineering Environmental Financial Fitness and Health Hair and Beauty Health and Safety Horticulture | […]
Putting CAO colleges under the spotlight Yes, there are rankings for Irish Universities, but like any chart rankings – sometimes the gems don’t make it to the top.
When the leaving cert exams finish, the dog-eared books full of highlighter marks that have been many student’s constant companions for the past year
So you have accepted your chosen college course and it’s time to finally make the big move & set off in search of accomodation for the year ahead.
The first thing to think of when choosing a CAO course is what you actually want to do. If you’re interested in computers there’s not much point