Posted by: gillroe | September 24, 2010

National College of Ireland participates in Study in Ireland Fairs (Boston & Chicago, 27th/28th September)

National College of Ireland (NCI) will join 13 other leading Irish colleges next week at the Boston and ChicagoStudy in Ireland Fairs. Following those events, NCI will exhibit with Education Ireland at the NACAC conference and exhibition in St Louis.

NCI was founded in 1951 and since that time has grown to become a college with over 5,000 students. In 2003 NCI moved into a spectacular purpose-built campus right in the heart of Dublin’s vibrant international business centre.  Our on-campus student accommodation and location are second to none. We are next to all the main transport links to Dublin City and the rest of Ireland.

NCI’s Programmes in the School of Business and the School of Computing are closely linked to industry needs. The results of this are evident in the fact that for the last 5 years NCI has had the highest graduate employment rate in Ireland.
At National College of Ireland we believe in the unlimited potential of our students and we take pride in seeing our students realise their potential and surpass even their own expectations.
The National College of Ireland extends a warm welcome to International Students and will be delighted to receive applications from interested candidates.

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