Monday 24 June 2019

New opportunities at Wexford Campus

Mark Doyle, Mags Connolly and Thomas McDonald
Mark Doyle, Mags Connolly and Thomas McDonald
Joanne Whitty, Mary Lawless, Aidan Mahon and Frances Cross.
John Trehy and Maura Bell.
Ellie Hegarty, Rosaline Jones and Catriona O'Sullivan.

Brendan Keane

IT Carlow held a successful Open Night at its Wexford Campus during which it highlighted the comprehensive range of full-time, part-time and Springboard courses it has to offer students.

Attendees were able to find out details of courses from tutors, staff members and former students relating to a wide range of internationally recognised programmes and courses; all of which were highlighted on the night.

Mark Cooke, who is an Applied Social Studies graduate commented: 'Wexford Campus allows for organic learning in a relaxed environment.'

The open evening coincided with the campus taking applications for Springboard programmes which will begin next month.

Springboard offers fully-funded, third level college places on a part-time basis to jobseekers including home-makers.

During the open night those in attendance were told how the Institute and Campus have close links with industry.

The Head of Wexford Campus, Karen Hennessy, said up-skilling is about building on existing qualifications to enhance career prospects and develop new opportunities.

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