Institute of Technology Carlow
Institute of Technology Carlow currently[ranks as the second-largest of Ireland's 14 Institutes of Technology[with more than 8,448 enrolments and 851 staff, and has generated over 55,000 graduates since its founding in 1970.[Institute of Technology Carlow provides higher educational programmes, and research and enterprise development opportunities, through its centres in Carlow, Wexford, and Wicklow; the Institute offers more than 80 taught programmes to Level 9 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ). Institute of Technology Carlow has the highest percentage of full-time postgraduates in the technological sector, the highest undergraduate progression rate at Level 8 in the higher education sector and the highest percentage of Lifelong Learners in the sector.Carlow VideoLimerick Institute of Technology
Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) was founded in 1852, making it one of the oldest Institutes of Technology in Ireland. LIT is a multi-campus, public, government-funded, higher education institution based in the Mid-West of Ireland, with an enrollment of around 7,000 students. LIT offers career-focused programmes across a wide range of disciplines, including Engineering, Biotechnology, Information Technology, Business, Food & Tourism, Social Care, Sport, Fine Arts and Digital Arts. These programmes are available from Higher Certificate (EQF Level 5) to PhD (EQF Level 8).
Top reasons why this University:
-Young City: Limerick City is the third largest city in Ireland, but one of the most affordable cities in the country.
-Working in the Mid-West Region: There are plenty of part-time and graduate job opportunities in the region.
-Active Learning Philosophy: Students learn through practical work as well as theory, preparing them for real-life use of their skills.
-Small Class Sizes: Lecturers know their students by name. Students do not get lost in the crowd and are not just a number.
-Internship Opportunities through LIT: Most programmes have built-in, mandatory, work placement elements. Erasmus study periods can be undertaken in some courses instead of work placement.
-In-Demand Graduates: LIT graduates are highly employable. Not only do they graduate from LIT with a degree relevant to their field of study, but thanks to the practical approach to learning, they also possess the necessary skills and experience employers look for.Limerick Video