A record 52,289 offers are being made by the CAO today. Institute of Technology Carlow is expecting an influx of 1,300 first-year students in September and has some 7,000 learners.


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Following publication of first-round offers from the CAO, places for courses at Institute of Technology Carlow is in keeping with the national trend with a jump in points for courses in engineering, business and law.

“We’ve seen an increased interest in courses linked to the economic recovery”, commented David Denieffe, Registrar, Institute of Technology Carlow. “Engineering, business and law have all seen points increases. We’re very much in keeping with the national trend this morning that is seeing students opting for courses where a jobs growth is anticipated”. …

Institute of Technology Carlow launches the Ireland’s first Bachelor of Science Honours Degree programme in Cybercrime and IT Security.


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Institute of Technology Carlow today launched the country’s first Bachelor of Science Honours Degree programme in Cybercrime and IT Security. The move, according to the Institute, is a response to the global talent gap for cyber professionals and one that will assist Ireland’s development as a world-class cyber security practices, solutions and investment hub.

And with cyber security being one of the fastest-growing sectors in the global technology industry, graduates of the programme will be highly sought after and have their choice of job offers, …

An Institute of Technology Carlow doctoral research student has won outright the world’s largest agriscience competition.


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An Institute of Technology Carlow doctoral research student has won outright the world’s largest agriscience competition – the Alltech Young Scientist Graduate Award 2016 – landing a $10,000 prize and a two-year fully funded postdoctoral contract with global biotechnology company Alltech.

Richard Lally, from Prosperous Co. Kildare who is a doctoral postgraduate student at Institute of Technology Carlow’s EnviroCORE (Bioenvironmental Technologies Centre of Research and Enterprise), today scooped the top award of Alltech Young Scientist Graduate. …

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