Rathmines College will hold their first Open Day of 2024 in late January.
The date and time of our first Open Day is as follows:
Thursday, 25th January '24 - 1.00 – 4.00 p.m.
This Open Day will take place in our Town Hall building in the heart of Rathmines, Dublin 6. Students will get the opportunity to chat directly with course directors and teachers about the 30 plus QQI Level 4, 5 & 6 further education courses on offer in the college.
Rathmines College offers excellent education and career progression routes and our guidance counsellors and employment engagement officer will be on hand to talk through progression opportunities, QQI Level 6 courses, universities or career options. By dropping into Rathmines College on our January 25th Open Day students will get a great feel for what studying in our vibrant college is like.
January 25th Open Day information and details of spring Open Days will be posted on the Rathmines College website www.rathminescollege.ie and through the busy college social media channels, Facebook, Instagram and X.
No Course Fee for September ’24
Online applications for the September 2024 intake on all Rathmines College courses is now open. When applicants fill in the application form online they will receive an offer for their chosen course on the basis that they then meet the minimum course requirements in their Leaving Certificate in June or on what they have studied previously.
Another great bonus of studying in Rathmines College is that there is now course fee for all QQI Level 4, 5 and 6 courses and the Professional Accountancy courses starting in September ’24.
The one-year Repeat Leaving Certificate programme is also now free from September ‘24. The college offers great student supports through our Guidance Counsellors and SUSI and Back to Education (BTEA) grants also available.
Click on www.rathminescollege.ie and apply online to Go Further in 2024-25 with Rathmines College.
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