The course offers a practical set of subjects with a strong emphasis on information technology, which is vital in modern organisations. We have included a work placement that begins at Easter and runs for a number of months. All classes finish before Easter to accommodate the work placement which gives you an invaluable opportunity to hone your skills in a real working environment. If you work hard and impress your host, you may put yourself in the frame should an employment vacancy arise, even for a short-term position.

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We offer an open learning space; open to new ideas and talents, new experiences and ways of doing things. We provide a launch pad for careers and achievements that will carry you through life, for friendships and laughs you will never forget. We have courses to suit everyone. They are all in this Prospectus. Surprise yourself and discover the unexpected. Read up on Sligo too.

It offers a warm welcome to newcomers. The nightlife is buzzing and the craic is great. On campus or off campus, student life is You can have it all here. An eclectic mix to open your mind as you develop as a student and as a person. We boast close links with employers and frame our programmes in close liaison with them to ensure our graduates are equipped to meet the needs of the modern workplace.

This facility is also home to a seater restaurant. At IT Sligo, we offer a full package to our students so you can think, learn and succeed during your time with us. Quality courses, experienced lecturers, a modern campus and vibrant social and sporting scenes are the hallmarks of the student experience here. So, whatever your experience at second level, we are ready to help you make a successful transition to third level.

The quality of the student experience is one of the key factors which, I believe, sets IT Sligo apart from other third level institutions in Ireland. And much of that is down to Sligo and its location. Situated along the Wild Atlantic Way, it is perfectly placed to offer a range of cultural, outdoor and sporting activities which complement the learning experience for our students. Sligo is also one of a select number of urban centres across Ireland to receive Purple Flag status.

This prestigious international designation means that the city centre has been recognised as an area of excellence in creating a safe and well-managed evening and night time environment. See for yourself This Prospectus will give you information about our facilities and our courses, but to get a real feel for life at IT Sligo you should visit our campus.

Our Open Days give you an opportunity to speak with lecturers and students and to get a taste for life at the Institute. Sligo has become a lifestyle destination for those seeking a beautiful environment and a vibrant atmosphere in which to live, work and study.

The attention is justified. We are bounded on one side by the Atlantic Ocean and overlooked by the majestic backdrops of Benbulben and Knocknarea.

Steeped in history but with eyes set firmly on the future, Sligo is a creative centre with an international reputation in technology and the arts. We are famous here for everything from surfing to W. That combination neatly captures all that Sligo can be. From the rugged beauty of its natural setting to the range of theatres, cinemas, live music and sports venues, you have a world infused with tranquillity side by side with an urban centre buzzing with excitement and energy.

One thing is sure. Sligo is their home away from home. Time and again they tell us how happy they are with IT Sligo and in particular, how much they value the friendliness of the traditional Irish welcome. The exchange of culture and the unique opportunity to study and socialise with Irish and other international students is just one of the many wonderful aspects of student life at IT Sligo.

Our International Office co-ordinates admissions and supports for visiting students. Our aim is to give our Irish students an international experience, while giving our visiting students a quality Irish educational experience.

We have one of the most compact and friendly campuses of any Institute in Ireland, which makes it so much easier to meet people and make friends. Everything is within easy walking distance on a single site. You can go to class, visit the library, get your lunch and go to the gym without having to leave the campus!

Got the travel bug and want to study abroad? If you want to study and live in another country, travel and improve your language skills, why not consider a study period abroad or a foreign work placement as part of your degree? Choose Ireland, choose IT Sligo! At IT Sligo, we encourage our students to consider taking all or part of their third year in one of our partner Institutes across Europe or worldwide. The International Office is always available to discuss these opportunities with you.

For Further Information: E: international. It houses our gym and the main sports hall for basketball, five-a-side and other indoor court sports. We offer a Sports Scholarship Scheme to help talented student athletes to reach their potential. We support them to become the best they can possibly be, allowing them to compete at the highest possible level.

If you think you may qualify, we welcome your application. The indoor arena is used for concerts and other performances. We are proactive in encouraging a healthy and balanced lifestyle among all our students through involvement in sport. Every year, we award scholarships and bursaries for the coming academic year.

The closing date for scholarship applications is the end of September each year. Contact studentsupportservices itsligo. Clubs and Societies Playing sport or trying something new is an important part of college life. IT Sligo currently has more than 60 active clubs and societies, with new ones starting up all the time.

Get involved, sign up, be a part of it. There are plenty of other societies to get involved with, including the Environmental Society, which was named Society of the Year in Our clubs and societies organise many events that contribute to a vibrant social scene throughout the year. So, when you get here, join a club or society that interests you and try something new! Research Options A postgraduate research degree Research Masters or PhD is different to a taught course in a number of ways:.

The process works like this: once the research question is decided upon and the project plan developed, registration is initiated by completing a standard form and submitting it to the Head of Research. The application is reviewed by an internal and external reviewer.

Work can begin when the application is approved and fees are paid. An added advantage of this learning mode, beyond achieving Level 9 or 10 knowledge and skills, is that the student develops and proves their ability to work alone or in groups, to take responsibility for leading and initiating work, and to self-evaluate and manage their own academic and professional development.

These skills are valued highly in the workplace. Another difference between taught and research degrees is that the student is involved in the design of their studies from the outset. Each research project is unique and involves a specific research question which the project is designed to answer in a structured way. This research question may come from a supervisor who has an existing research programme, and is developing the area further, or it may come from a student who wants to research a particular topic.

In either case, before applying to register, the student and supervisor work together to develop a project plan that is built around an appropriate question, has a fitting plan of work required to answer the question, together with a suitable schedule within which to achieve the particular degree a Masters is typically two years, a PhD is typically four years. Registration can be processed at any time of the year. It is an innovative and exciting facility with many different spaces in which to learn.

The first floor Quiet Zone is a traditional, silent library space with reference books and formal seating. The ground floor Infozone houses most of the lending collection and the library information desk, as well as photocopying and printing services. The lower ground floor is the Social Learning Zone, where you will go to work with your fellow students on joint projects.

Here, you choose your seating from the variety of tables and informal furniture, and get brainstorming with your latest ideas. There are plenty of electrical sockets, network points and of course wifi should you need to go online. Alternatively, you can practice delivering presentations in one of the small sound-proof rooms located on all three levels. There are maps, reports and films on DVD.

We provide an interlibrary loans service to allow you to request books from other college libraries. Library staff will provide information sessions on how to use the service and are available to answer specific queries throughout the year. Online Learners Library services for online and distance learners are available through the website www. The online help desk ensures that help is at hand for specific queries. It is an innovative and exciting facility with many different spaces in which to learn and where you will go to work with your fellow students on joint projects.

Alumni Association Graduation marks the completion of your studies at IT Sligo and the beginning of your career. The best way to keep in touch with your classmates, lecturers and Campus developments at IT Sligo is through our Alumni Association.

A simple email or registration on our website will keep you connected to IT Sligo into the future. Registration confers many benefits including:. I liked IT Sligo because it offered so much to help you get the results you want; from top class learning facilities to very approachable and friendly lecturers.

That, combined with a friendly atmosphere and busy social life made studying there a great experience. Education course. The modules prepared me for working with children, and understanding regulations, but they were also interesting and fun. I quickly discovered that childcare is what I want to do for the rest of my life. I work on innovative products for the automotive industry.

Camera installation and simulation for Car Manufactures worldwide. The course was geared towards industrial application development and had a strong emphasis on control, simulation and industrial programming. Routers, switches and servers are just some of the areas I associate with every day.

The specific skillset we have been given allows graduates great flexibility in terms of career choice, we can work as network engineers, telecoms specialists or serveradministrators. I am extremely happy with my choice of degree.


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The institute has three faculties and nine departments. The institute opened in as a Regional Technical College , and adopted its present name on 7 May Brendan McCormack has been president of the institute since September , [3] and, as of , Colin McLean is the registrar. Terri Scott was the first female president of Institute of Technology, Sligo, serving from until , [6] she was succeeded by Prof. Vincent Cunnane in October The current president Dr. Brendan McCormack was appointed in September


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We offer an open learning space; open to new ideas and talents, new experiences and ways of doing things. We provide a launch pad for careers and achievements that will carry you through life, for friendships and laughs you will never forget. We have courses to suit everyone. They are all in this Prospectus. Surprise yourself and discover the unexpected. Read up on Sligo too. It offers a warm welcome to newcomers.

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