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Careers and Education News

This is the Irish authority on all careers and education matters that affect rural dwellers and places a focus on agricultural careers and education. Stay up to speed on all career and education news from Irish Country Living.
If you’re thinking about repeating the Leaving Cert, take a look at Limerick Tutorial College as an option.
By Mary Phelan on 17 August 2017
With the country suffering from a well-documented shortage of accommodation and purpose-built student accommodation in many places booked out, Anne O’Donoghue looks at the best way to obtain a bed.
By on 17 August 2017
They are the people with their finger on the pulse at third-level institutes around the country, Anne O'Donoghue speaks to college newspaper editors about their third-level experience.
By on 17 August 2017
Anxiety is the epidemic of the millennium age, psychologist Colman Noctor tells Alison Sinnott, and he advises on ways to overcome the mental pressures of college.
By Alison Sinnott on 17 August 2017
College societies offer students the opportunity to take up sports and hobbies they may not have been exposed to before, not least quidditch, writes Mary Phelan.
By Mary Phelan on 17 August 2017
There are some key dates and times you should be aware of to ensure you get your CAO place.
By Mary Phelan on 17 August 2017
Alison Sinnott speaks to fourth-year students who have advice for those about to start college. Take benefit from their hindsight…
By Alison Sinnott on 17 August 2017
If you’ve always had an interest in the army but perhaps have pursued another career, you can still be a part-time soldier or sailor, writes Mary Phelan.
By Mary Phelan on 10 August 2017
Student Programmes Ireland Ltd brings 1,500 students to Ireland each year to learn English and is a prime example of what local a enterprise can achieve, writes Mary Phelan
By Mary Phelan on 03 August 2017
Adare Manor, bought 18 months ago by JP McManus, is undergoing one helluva makeover and recently held three recruitment open days to fill 170 jobs.
By Mary Phelan on 27 July 2017
Applications are in and many offers have been sent out, but what are numbers starting the Green Cert looking like for this coming academic year? By Mary Phelan.
By Mary Phelan on 20 July 2017
Mary Phelan recently attended a Horticulture Open Day at Teagasc Kildalton and was very impressed by the facilities on offer.
By Mary Phelan on 13 July 2017
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Dairy Farm Manager on a 150 herd on 18...
A great opportunity has arisen for an ambitious Beef Farm Manager on 450 suckler...
The Farm:This modern, well equipped family run farm is looking for an experien...
Available for milking, rearing calves, machinery work, fencing etc. 6 yrs previo...
driver wanted. Full clean HGV license and CPC required. Part time. Fermoy area....

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