Arts & Humanities

Carlow College - St. Patrick's


Course Name Arts & Humanities
Course Provider Carlow College - St. Patrick's
Course Code 62387 (Assigned by Qualifax. Not an official code)
Course Type Lifelong Learning
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Attendance Options Part time
Location (Districts) Carlow Town
Application Date Applications for part time study are made directly to Carlow College, St. Patrick’s and are not processed by the CAO.

The application form can be downloaded from our website or by contacting the Admissions Office directly.

Completed application forms should be sent to: Part Time Study, The Admissions Office, Carlow College, St. Patrick’s, College Street, Carlow.
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Course Fee

Expand+The fees per module are as follows: €250 per 5 Credit Module (includes QQI Fee). Payment of fees are required in full on or before the day of registration, per semester. A 15% discount on modules will apply to those who are in receipt of Social Welfa...

Entry Requirements Carlow College, St. Patrick’s recognises the importance of access to third level education. No previous qualifications are required, to apply to Part-Time Study, however application forms will be subject to assessment and candidates may be called for interview.
Comment If you are a student with additional educational needs, you are encouraged to contact the Academic Resource Office, Lisa Fortune, at (059) 9153223 to discuss your situation in a confidential and friendly manner.
Course Content

Expand+At Carlow College, St. Patrick’s we offer a range of flexible part-time study options for students. Students can study up to six modules per year towards a full QQI award in a chosen programme of study at Carlow College, St. Patrick’s. Each module is...

Careers or Further Progression Part-time study at Carlow College, St. Patrick’s may also be used as a pathway to full time education. Once a part-time student has successfully completed stage one of a degree programme they have the option to progress to stage two as a full time undergraduate student.
Further Enquiries Dr Eoghan Smith
Programme Director Arts & Humanities & Lecturer in English
059 915 3220
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