CARLOW College has opened additional places for five undergraduate courses for leaving certificate, further education and mature students who are still considering their options for third-level study in 2022.
Dr Thomas Mc Grath, vice-president for academic affairs and registrar at Carlow College, said: “We are pleased to be able to open additional places for leaving certificate, further education and mature students on some of our most popular programmes. So, whether students have received an offer they are not happy with or haven’t made an application at all, there is still time for students to secure a place on a high-quality degree programme. Studying with Carlow College is a unique experience – one where you become part of a small, inclusive community with exceptional supports offered to help students to settle, stay and succeed.”
The courses now offered on CAO available places are: BA in applied social studies (professional social care); a CORU approved degree designed to prepare students for professional social care work.
BA and BA (hons) in arts and humanities; a flexible, multi-disciplinary degree at level 7 and level 8, offering a wide variety of subjects within five streams: psychology, English, creative arts and media studies, history, philosophy, theology (and teaching placement).
BA (hons) in English and history; an exciting and challenging degree, where students specialise in the English language and its literature and immerse themselves in the history of Ireland, Europe and the wider world.
BA (hons) in social, political and community studies; an inter-disciplinary programme that combines practical skills and theoretical approaches to community development, advocacy, policy analysis, negotiation and mediation.
The available places facility has been open on the CAO website since Friday 9 September.
See www.carlowcollege.ie/cao for full details.