Thinking of third-level education? Come and meet the National College of Ireland at Job Expo Dublin’s The Campus. Jobs Expo Dublin takes place on Saturday 21st October at Croke Park.
About the National College of Ireland
Established in 1951 as the Catholic Workers’ College with just 103 students, the National College of Ireland has grown significantly over years. There are a number of good reasons to choose NCI. Let’s have a look at them.
The National College of Ireland’s full and part-time courses can help you upskill, advance in your career or return to employment. In addition, they offer recognised qualifications, great student support and a friendly city centre campus.
Highly relevant courses
Through the schools of business and computing, the National College of Ireland offers internationally recognised full and part-time programmes accredited through QQI. Furthermore, the College works closely with industry and professional bodies. As a result, their courses are closely aligned to industry needs.
Small class sizes and student support
NCI’s small group teaching model and friendly atmosphere mean students find NCI a pleasant and supportive atmosphere to study in. They also have great student support in place if you are having any difficulty adjusting to third level.
NCI’s faculty are experts in their fields. They combine the highest academic standards with industry experience and a real commitment to the learning of their students.
So whether it’s a short part-time course, upgrading your qualification to a Masters or coming through the CAO system NCI can be a great choice for you.