Thursday 16 March 2017

UCD Summer School 5th years

UCD Summer School is taking place from 6th to 9th June 2017. The UCD Summer School is aimed at students entering their final year of secondary school in September 2017.
Details of the participating courses are available at Students wishing to attend any of our Summer School courses can apply online now.

Wednesday 15 March 2017

Accounting Technician Info Event, 6 April 2017, 2-4

The Accounting Technician Praktikum is a practical, fully funded route to accountancy, where you can earn as you learn.
The programme gives budding accountants the chance to work in industry, practice or the public sector, from September 2017.
You will earn a minimum salary of €17,797 and tuition costs are fully covered.
You will study our widely recognised academic programme one day a week in college, and then put what you learn into practice in the workplace.
You will be mentored by fully qualified accountants in the workplace and by experienced lecturers in college.
The programme is delivered in partnership with local colleges in Cork, County Dublin, Dublin City, Monaghan/Cavan and Wicklow.

There is an Information Session for students and parents at our Dublin HQ on Thu 6 April 2017, 2-4pm at 
Accounting Technicians Ireland - 2nd Floor
Chartered Accountants House
47-49 Pearse Street, Dublin 2 View Map

Register here to come along on the day and find out more about this practical route to a career in accountancy.

Tuesday 14 March 2017

5th year Subject Choice for TYs

Please see this link for a PowerPoint of yesterday's subject choice presentation by Ms. A. O'Connor

Student Shadow Experience Trinity

There are some places available on the student shadowing experience here at the School of Computer Science and Statistic, Trinity College Dublin on Monday 20th, Tuesday 21st, Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th March for students wishing to avail of this opportunity.
The shadowing experience is open to all 5th & 6th year students. any students interested please forward me an email to stating what year you are currently in and what course they would be interested in shadowing on.

Below is some information in relation to student shadowing: 
We run separate days for each of the following courses.   
•  Computer Science leads to a BA Moderatorship and a Master in Computer Science (MCS).
•  Computer Science and Language (French, German or Irish) combines the study of Computer Science, linguistics and French, German or Irish and leads to a BA Moderatorship.
•  Management Science and Information Systems Studies (MSISS) is the study of management sciences, statistics and information and communication technology leading to a BA Moderatorship.
•  Computer Science and Business is a joint degree programme combining computer science and business management and leads to a BA Moderatorship.

Wednesday 8 March 2017

NUI Galway Open Day and Summer School

NUI Galway Open Day is on Saturday 1st April 9am-3pm. Register here

NUI Galway Summer School in Business, Computing, Engineering, Law, Science - more information and registration here

ESB Networks Apprenticeship

ESB Networks Apprenticeship

Attached please find the Advertisement for the 2017 ESB Networks Apprenticeship which is now open for candidates to apply.  See also the link to our 2017 Apprentice Video.
Click here to apply …

ESB Apprenticeship

Tuesday 7 March 2017



We are delighted to launch the next Abbey Theatre Transition Year Work Experience Programme in May 2017. We are inviting students for work experience during the week of 15 May 2017.
The week-long programme promises to be an exciting week of activity for anyone with an interest in theatre. You will get an opportunity to experience all areas of this industry from the technical stage areas to the casting / artistic side and everything in between. You will also have an opportunity to view a show from behind the scenes which is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
As the programme is very popular and places are limited, applicants are required to go through a selection process.
To apply for inclusion in this work experience programme please follow the steps below:
1. You must be available for Work Experience during the weeks laid down by the Abbey
2. You need to provide a basic CV
3. You need to complete our  application form
4. You will need to provide a recommendation which demonstrates your interest in the theatre. This can be a teacher, community worker, drama coach etc. The recommendation should demonstrate you have a general interest in theatre
5. Optional: 1-2 minute short video by you outlining why you want to come to the Abbey for Work Experience.
As places are limited we will not be able to accommodate everyone but we will endeavour to notify you as soon as we can as to whether you will be included in this work experience week. If you are not included on this occasion there may be further opportunities so keep an eye on this section of the website for updates.
Please send completed application forms and CVs by post to: 
Michelle Sheridan
HR Manager
Abbey Theatre
26 Lower Abbey Street
Dublin 1 
The closing date for applications is 5pm Friday 31 March 2017. 

Thursday 2 March 2017

Free LC Maths revision classes and Music workshops

Free revision classes and workshops on offer in Griffith College

Revision Classes 


8th April – Dublin Campus Ordinary Level

9th April – Dublin Campus Higher Level

12th April – Cork Campus Ordinary Level

13th April – Limerick Campus Ordinary Level


10th April – Dublin Campus


13th March Media Dublin Campus

15th March Game Development Dublin Campus

Every year Griffith offer scholarships to students who cannot afford to come to Griffith, this year our closing date for Scholarship Applications is 21st April.  

This year we are also delighted to announce that we are offering both male and female scholarships for basketball.

All information on the above is available on our website or you can contact

Wednesday 1 March 2017

The Naughton Scholarship €5000

The Naughton Scholarships are a scheme of scholarships to promote the study of engineering, science and technology at third level by students in Ireland. 

Each year from February to May Leaving Certificate students can apply for a scholarship if they intend on studying science, engineering or technology at third level that year.

We are particularly interested in students applying to study STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) related subjects rather then the more practical sciences (Medicine, Nursing, Veterinary, Physiotherapy etc).

All applications are reviewed in August each year and the winners of scholarships are notified in September.  Full details on who is eligible to apply for a scholarship, the terms and conditions applicable to the scholarships and answers to frequent questions are contained in the three sections on the website here