Located in International Financial Service Centre, Dublin; it was first started as Catholic Workers College which later changed to National College of Industrial Relations (NCIR) in 1966 and finally became National College of Ireland in 1998 with the addition of many outreach programs which spread across the country.
NCI is not-for-profit institute, and it derives its funding directly from the Department of Education and Skills.
The university offers both full-time and part-time courses in Science, Arts, Literature, Psychology, Marketing, Digital Marketing, Accounting, Finance, and much more.
Ranked number 1 for graduate recruitment according to Sunday Times University Guide 2015, 96% of the students gained employment within 6 months after the graduation which is the highest among any college. And this has become possible because of the strong links with the industry. Also strong links with US universities, MSc. in cloud computing has been developed by the professors from Stanford, UC Berkely, and Cornell.
NCI offer a wide array of scholarship from Pre-masters to Under-Graduation, Under-Graduation to Post-Graduation for students with high achievement and students who demonstrate the passion for learning. 20 scholarships for PG students, 10 scholarships are awarded for cloud computing students, and 10 scholarships for business students. Major intake is in the month of September and January, for cloud computing intake is only in the month of January.
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