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Further Education Outcomes Report

Further Education Outcomes – Graduation Years 2010-2016 CSO statistical publication, 18 July 2019 “This publication, Further Education Outcomes 2010-2016, is the first report by the CSO on outcomes of the Further Education and Training sector (FET). Further Education covers education and training which occurs after post-primary level, but which is not part of the Higher Education system. The graduations included here…

Applications Open & Walk-in Advice

Applications are open online and in person at Mallow College all this summer for full-time day courses starting this September in Mallow and Charleville. Call in or apply online anytime at MallowCollege.ie, or come in to talk to teachers every Thursday 10:00 to 12:00 at Mallow College and we’ll guide you through the application process. If you like you can…

Graduations 2019

Graduation night 2019 for Mallow College and NightSchool.ie has been scheduled for Thursday the 5th of September at Cork Racecourse Mallow. Students with a full award will receive their invitations by email only (to the official latest college email address, e.g., namesurname2018@mallowcollege.email). NightSchool students will be contacted separately. Keep an eye out too on our social media for reminders: facebook.com/mallowcollege…

Qualifications.ie

Search from over 6,000 courses in the national database from SOLAS, the Further Education & Training Authority, in partnership with Education and Training Boards Ireland (ETBI) and other Further Education and Training providers. Find your next course and progression opportunities. Get employed; get promoted; get a pay rise: get qualifications. Qualifications.ie.

Computer Software Earnings Soar

Good news for computing and software students. Computer software workers are enjoying a wage boom as their earnings soared by almost €10,000 in the last year. Acting director of Technology Ireland, Eoghan Ó Faoláin, said three-quarters of services companies, which include tech firms, expect to increase basic pay by almost 4pc next year. But he said the tightening of the…

Who are we?

Who are the class of 2018/19 at Mallow College? We’re actually 80% female. 50% of us are over 30, 27% in our 20s and 22% in our teens. We’re 13% just out of the Leaving Cert., 17% employed part-time, and 37% are unemployed and returning to education. 41% of us are coming from outside Mallow. We’ve nationalities of Beninese, Brazilian, British (3%), Cameroonian, Congolese, Equatorial…

Graduations 2018

Graduations 2018 for Mallow College of Further Education QQI day school courses will be held on Thursday, September 6th, at 7pm at Cork Racecourse, Mallow. Registration for Awards Graduates of the class of 2018, full or component QQI awards, are invited to register online – whether they are attending or wish to receive their awards by post. The registration form…

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