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Situated in its own grounds in the heart of Carlow town, the college has educated generations of politicians, priests, writers and public officials.

 

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Do you want to study at a third level college and enjoy being part of a vibrant community, then Carlow College is the right choice for you. The key to your future.

 

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If you are thinking of studying abroad for a year or a semester, make Carlow College your first choice, Ireland’s oldest Catholic third level college.

 

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Housed inside the Sacred Heart Chapel, built in 1888 and designed by the architect William Hague, today it is a thriving centre of learning activity.

 

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If you are looking for a third level college with courses that are exciting and rewarding, where lecturers know your name and offer you guidance and support; where the student community is welcoming and inclusive, Carlow College is the place for you!

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Major international conference at Carlow College and VISUAL draws in speakers from around the world.

The Provost of Trinity College Dublin, Dr. Patrick Prendergast, launched a major international conference at VISUAL and Carlow College last Wednesday.  

4/25/2016 11:46 AM | Carlow College

The Welsh Lords of the Dance Storm Carlow

From the town of Carmarthen in the heart of Carmarthenshire, Wales, the Carmarthen Symphonic Wind Band regaled the Carlow crowd at an open air recital in front of Carlow College, St Patrick’s as part of the recent Pan Celtic Festival. 
4/24/2016 2:09 PM | Carlow College

Conference on Conflict, Migration and Identity in Modern Ireland: Global and Transnational Perspectives

‘Conflict, Migration and Identity in Modern Ireland: Global and Transnational perspectives’ offers a timely opportunity to reflect on the fascinating relationships between conflict, migration and identity in modern Irish history and culture. 

4/5/2016 4:47 PM | Carlow College

Easter Rising Commemorative Exhibition

The Delany Archive at Carlow College is running an Easter Rising Commemorative Exhibition during the month of April.

4/5/2016 4:47 PM | Carlow College

Holocaust Survivor to Open Carlow College Exhibition. Two Free Public Exhibitions on Display

Holocaust Survivor Tomi Reichental will launch an exhibition in Carlow College on the Jewish Past in Poland. The photographic exhibition entitled ‘Traces of Memory: A contemporary look at the Jewish Past in Poland’ runs from 5-29 April. 

4/5/2016 4:46 PM | Carlow College