- 24 Jan 22
Register for the college’s Virtual Open Evenings, taking place throughout January, on their website.
If you’re looking for somewhere different to attend college – somewhere that will welcome you, help you grow as a person, and allow you to have fun along the way – consider Carlow College, St. Patrick’s. As well as being Ireland’s second oldest university-level institution, it’s the only specialist liberal arts college in the South-East.
Founded in 1782, the historic campus is home to a close-knit college community, meaning students form strong connections with their peers and their lecturers.
Degree courses at Carlow College are designed with an interdisciplinary approach to learning, and support students to become critical thinkers. Their Level 7, 8 and 9 degrees include BA & BA (Hons) in Arts & Humanities; BA (Hons) in English & History; BA (Hons) in Social, Political & Community Studies; and BA & BA (Hons) in Applied Social Studies (Professional Social Care).
They’re also launching three exciting new Level 8 degrees on the CAO this year – including BA (Hons) in Media, English & Culture; BA (Hons) in Philosophy, Politics & Sociology; and BA (Hons) in Psychology.
In addition, Carlow College offer exceptional support services for mature students returning to education, with no cap on mature entry. Register for the college’s Virtual Open Evenings, taking place throughout January, on their website.
Visit carlowcollege.ie for more information
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