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Thursday, 21st November, 2019

Guidance Zone

Career Guidance: November dates for your diary


November is a busy month, with a large number of third level open days taking place in a wide variety of colleges. Try to get to as many of these as you can and learn more about the colleges and courses that you are interested in.

Central Applications Office (CAO): Online Application Facility Opens, 05/11/15
National College of Art & Design: Portfolio Brief Info Sessions, 07/11/15  & 10/11/15
University College Dublin:  Open Day, 07/11/15
IT Tallaght: Open Day, 12/11/15
IT Tralee: Open Day (North Campus), 13/11/15
Athlone IT: Open Days, 13 & 14/11/15
IT Carlow: Open Day (Carlow Campus), 19/11/15
Cork IT:  Open Day, 20/11/15
Dublin City University: Open Day (Church of Ireland College of Education. DCU, Glasnevin Campus), 20 & 21/11/15
Letterkenny IT:  Open Day (for Full-time Courses(, 20/11/15
CIT Crawford College of Art & Design:  Open Days, 20 & 21/11/15
Dublin City University: Open Days, 20 & 21/11/15
St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra:  Open Day, 21/11/15
Marino Institute of Education: Open Day, 21/11/15
CIT Cork School of Music:  Open Day (for the CIT Degree Courses), 21/11/15
IT Blanchardstown: Open Day & Open Evening (ITB Schools), 25/11/15
National College of Art & Design: Open Day, 25/11/15
Griffith College Dublin: Open Day, 25/11/15
ICHAS Limerick & Griffith College Limerick:  Open Day (Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences), 25/11/15
National College of Ireland: Open Day, 25/11/15
St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth: Open Days. 27 & 28/11/15
Galway-Mayo IT:  Open Day (Letterfrack Campus),  27/11/15
IT Carlow:  Open Day (Wexford Campus), 27/11/15
Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology: Open Days, 27 & 28/11/15
Maynooth University: Open Days, 27 & 28/11/15

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Guidance Counsellor at The Institute of Education, Mary graduated with a Science degree, a Higher Diploma in Education and a Diploma in Guidance Counselling (U.C.D.).Mary believes that exceptional standards in the classroom must be matched by exemplary career guidance. All students are encouraged to be ambitious and to focus on the best they can achieve.

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