Study in Europe: Practical Dutch Uni. Courses and École Poly in Paris

Dutch Applied Universities: a Hidden Gem? More and more Irish students are discovering the value of Universities of Applied Sciences accross Europe (particularly in the Netherlands, but also in countries such as Denmark and Germany). Such is the level of interest from Irish students in studying in these universities, that a group of Dutch Universities…

Guest Speaker: Monday @ 9:40 – Study in Europe

Sign-up on the Guidance Noticeboard Fourteen Dutch Universities to meet Counsellors and Students in Ireland Above: Groningen awaits you Such is the level of interest from Irish students in studying in the Netherlands that fourteen Dutch universities and colleges are visiting Ireland to meet Irish students and their families in OMG We’re Going Dutch Events…

Senior Students: University in Holland

Dutch Universities want to Meet Irish Students Have you thought of studying in Europe when it comes to making college choices? Dutch Universities want to meet Irish students and are coming to Dublin to do just that. The Holland University Consortium, in Association with EUNiCAS, are hosting an information event which takes place onThursday 3rd December…

Form V & VI Students: Courses in Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists help and treat people with physical problems caused by illness, accident or ageing. It sees human movement as central to the health and well-being of individuals and identify and maximise movement through health promotion, preventive healthcare, treatment and rehabilitation. A physiotherapist’s core skills include manual therapy, therapeutic exercise and the application of electro-physical modalities….

Career Areas: Medicine – Study in Poland

Open Day about studying Medicine through English in Poland (info below & attached) this Saturday as part of Polska Eire Festival 2015: Study in Poland Open Day – Saturday, 28th March, 11 am, Colaiste Mhuire, 7 Ratoath Road, Dublin 7. Please pass this information to your students. Kind regards, Study @ Medical Poland Team T:…

Study Abroad: UK – UCAS entry requirements

For each course you can find the desired entry requirements by clicking into Course Requirements, then Other Tariff Qualifications Irish Leaving Certificate (ILC) Listed below are the entry requirements for courses in Medicine in 2012 in the UK. You should double check any courses of interest on their own website as well as the ucas.com…

Form V Students: UCAS Application

Writing a personal statement Course tutors read personal statements to compare different applicants – so this is where you should describe your ambitions, skills and experience that will make you suitable for the course. Starting your personal statement BSL starting your personal statement Personal statements – finding a formula https://embed.buto.tv/48Mgg Not sure how to start…

Career Areas: Physiotherapy in the UK

1 Introduction 2 Admissions 2.1 Entry Requirements – General 2.2 Work Experience 2.3 BSc in Physiotherapy – Entry requirements/Offers 2.4 MSc in Physiotherapy 3 Funding and Finances 4 Course Structure 5 Life as a Physiotherapy Student 5.1 How to Cope on a Physiotherapy Placement 6 Graduate Destinations and Career Prospects 7 Other Info 8 What…

Study Abroad: Europe

Think outside the CAO box: consider studying in Europe Low fees, no CAO and an international experience In the Netherlands most courses are €1,850 a year and there are grants and loans from the Dutch government. Eunicas is the European University Central Application Support Service, set up in 2011 to support students in Ireland and…