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National College of Ireland

Ireland
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Student population Medium
International students 20%
Institution type Public

About National College of Ireland

National College of Ireland (NCI) offers full and part-time courses from foundation to degree and postgraduate level. All courses are delivered from the IFSC campus and across a network of regional centres. The college's specialist areas include business, computing, human resource management, accountancy and finance. 

Full and part-time, undergraduate and postgraduate courses in business, human resource management, accountancy, finance and computing are offered through the College’s School of Business and School of Computing. A number of professional development programmes are also offered. The College runs a Higher Certificate course in conjunction with the Irish Congress of Trade Unions maintaining its historic link to the trade union movement.

Campus information

National College of Ireland's impressive state of-the-art campus, which is 122,000 square feet and 5 storeys high, provides a range of excellent features and facilities:

  • A large 270 seater lecture theatre for College and public activities
  • State-of-the-art computer laboratories and large studio classrooms
  • Extensive lecture hall space with tiered lecture theatres
  • Large modern library with extensive IT facilities. It also includes seminar rooms, a public access information area for students, local community and local business. Network connection points and wireless connectivity throughout the campus
  • Excellent restaurant and student meeting room facilities
  • Student recreation and student meeting room facilities
  • A fully-equipped, state-of-the-art gym
  • NCI has adapted its premises to the needs of students with disabilities. Students should indicate the nature and degree of their requirements to the College in order to ensure that their needs can be catered for adequately.

Travelling from the North side

  • Travel along Amiens Street
  • After train bridge, turn left onto Lower Sheriff St.
  • Follow road right onto Commons St.
  • At first set of traffic lights turn left onto Mayor St.
  • Continuing down Mayor St., turn right onto Alderman Way after the college
  • The NCI car park is on your right hand side.

Travelling from the South Side:

  • Travel over East Link Bridge and take the 1st exit off the round about onto North Wall Quay
  • At the junction by Jury's Inn turn right onto Commons St.
  • At first set of traffic lights turn right onto Mayor St.
  • Continuing down Mayor St., turn right onto Alderman Way after the college
  • The NCI car park is on your right hand side.

OR

  • Follow Pearse Street onto Tara Street
  • Cross Butt Bridge
  • Take a right onto Custom House Quay
  • At Jury's Inn, turn left onto Commons St.
  • At first set of traffic lights turn right onto Mayor St.
  • Continuing down Mayor St., turn right onto Alderman Way
  • The NCI car park is on your right hand side.

Accommodation

National College of Ireland's purpose built state-of-the-art campus is located in the heart of Dublin's Financial Services Centre. The student accommodation consists of 53 apartments offering a total of 286 separate study bedrooms.

The apartments vary in size from 3 to 8 bedroom study units each having en-suite toilet and shower facilities. Each apartment has a generous sized living area, including a fully fitted kitchen/dining area. En-suite study bedroom is fitted with a desk, walk in wardrobe / storage space.

Features

  • Study bedrooms providing privacy within a campus environment.
  • Modern furnished apartments with en-suite toilet and shower in each study bedroom.
  • Tastefully decorated bedrooms throughout.
  • Kitchen fitted to a very high standard.
  • Washing Machine/Dryer in each apartment.
  • Internet access cabled to each study bedroom.
  • Secure controlled access to each apartment.
  • Free for view satellite connection in all apartment living areas.

Location

  • The Campus is well serviced by an excellent public transport network
  • Luas Red Line Stop right outside the door. (Mayor Square/NCI Stop)
  • 5-10 mins walk from O'Connell Street, Dublin City Centre
  • Serviced by two bus routes (151 & 90) and 70 bus routes terminating within the vicinity
  • 5-10 mins walk to Tara Station, Pearse Station, and Connolly Station
  • Located beside Busaras Bus Terminal which services all country routes
  • Located beside Dublin Docklands train station.

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Courses available 12

Accounting and Finance 1 Business and Management 7 Computer Science and IT 3 Humanities & Social Sciences 1

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