New degree courses at NWRC

Two new degree courses in Early Childhood Care, Health & Education and Sport are available for the first time in the North West thanks to a partnership between North West Regional College (NWRC) and Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT). Pictured at the launch is Karl Lacey, Sports Lecturer at LYIT and All-Ireland winning Gaelic Footballer and Sarah Quigley-Burns, a current top up degree student in Early Years. Both courses are open to applicants for entry in September 2016, for further details visit NWRC or LYIT websites at; www.nwrc.ac.uk/he and/or www.lyit.ie/full-timecourses.
Two new degree courses in Early Childhood Care, Health & Education and Sport are available for the first time in the North West thanks to a partnership between North West Regional College (NWRC) and Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT). Pictured at the launch is Karl Lacey, Sports Lecturer at LYIT and All-Ireland winning Gaelic Footballer and Sarah Quigley-Burns, a current top up degree student in Early Years. Both courses are open to applicants for entry in September 2016, for further details visit NWRC or LYIT websites at; www.nwrc.ac.uk/he and/or www.lyit.ie/full-timecourses.

Two new degree courses in Early Childhood Care, Health & Education and Sport are available for the first time in the North West thanks to a partnership between North West Regional College (NWRC) and Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT).

In a ground breaking move for higher education in the North West, the collaboration will enable local learners to undertake a Foundation Degree, Higher National Diploma or a Level 5 equivalent programme initially at NWRC before topping-up to full honours degree through the NWRC/LYIT.

Both courses are open to applicants for entry in September 2016, for further details visit NWRC or LYIT websites at; www.nwrc.ac.uk/he and/or www.lyit.ie/full-timecourses.