Ireland Universities and Colleges

Total records: 21

Shannon College of Hotel Management

Shannon College of Hotel Management, founded in 1951, is a Recognised College of the National University of Ireland and offers Bachelors Business Degrees in International Hotel Management. Graduates receive the only degree in hotel management awarded by the National University of Ireland. Shannon College of Hotel Management, Shannon International Airport, Co. Clare

St Angela's College Sligo

St. Angelas College, Sligo, a College of the National University of Ireland, Galway, is a provider of University-level education and research in the North West of Ireland. Lough Gill, Sligo.

St Patrick's College

St Patrick's College is a medium sized College of Education with over 2,500 students taking courses in education and Humanities at undergraduate and postgraduate level. St. Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9

St. John's Central College

The college aims to provide a wide range of Further Education opportunities working from a strong base of creative, vocational and work oriented courses, with a commitment to excellence in teaching, learning and training, responding to local, national and European needs. Sawmill Street, Cork

St. Patrick's College Maynooth

Here at Maynooth, we are fortunate to have three different institutions of learning on campus each of which contributes to a very vibrant, dynamic and enriching place of higher learning, formation and research. Saint Patrick's College, Maynooth, Co. Kildare

The National University Of Ireland

The University was established under the Irish Universities Act, 1908. It was incorporated by Charter dated December 2nd, 1908, and came into full working order as from October 31st, 1909

University College Cork

University College Cork is the principal university in the province of Munster, and the largest outside Dublin. UCC is also a constituent university of the National University of Ireland. The present college was founded in 1845, but there has been an eduational establishment in Cork for over 1,200 years.