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My Graduate Life: Ciara Ramsbottom

And now here I am, four years later with my First Class Honours BCL degree in the bag wondering how my 18 year old self could have ever thought that. Life has a funny way of working itself out and now I can’t imagine having completed my degree anywhere else…

My Graduate Life: Happiness Omochere

Often, organizations hiring international employees want to see evidence that candidates can thrive in a global environment. The mere fact that you’re studying abroad and are now looking for a job tends to be all the evidence they need for the type of valuable skills you have…

How to Adapt to Remote Learning as a Student!

While it can seem daunting at the start entering a virtual classroom once you take one class you will be able to see how the new world of online learning can benefit you…

How to Survive College: 3 Things You NEED to Know!

So, my advice would be, DO the readings, watch videos, listen to podcasts and if you are ever unsure just ask the lecturer or teaching assistant a question at the end of the class or by email…

My Graduate Life: Alex Doyle

From the get-go when I landed in a PLC course I’ve been championing them ever since to whoever will listen to me. They are brilliant and open up a lot of avenues and possibilities for those who attend them – but only if you put the work in…

My Graduate Life: Eimear Corri

I began researching medicine courses and the various entrance pathways and discovered that there were 2 entry pathways available to me once I had completed my degree…

Return to education with Springboard

There is a wide range of courses across all NQF levels available from all of the top universities and institutes of technology across the country. The courses on offer are a mix of full-time and part-time as well as online, blended and in-person learning…

My Graduate Life: Surbhi Mahon

Advice to students and graduates who are unsure on what to do next, don’t be afraid to go outside your comfort zone and try something different. I commuted to Dublin for 3 months, before this I had never left Carlow on my own. I thought that I would not be noticed because I was studying in an IT in a small town…

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