About National College of Ireland (NCI)
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. Founded by Fr. Edward Coyne S.J., others involved in the college in its initial years included Professor Thomas A. Finlay S.J., and Rev. Edmund Kent S.J. among others; established February 1951.
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.