Griffith College Cork

Griffith College Cork is an independent education institution based in the former Skerry’s College Cork which it merged with Griffith College in 2005, where it runs courses in Business, Law, Secretarial, Media & Journalism, Design as well as evening courses in Psychology, Office Skills, Computing and development and training Courses.

Most of the undergraduate degree courses are validate by HETAC and a number of them require application via the Irish CAO system. The LLB(Hons) in Irish Law is jointly validated by HETAC & Nottingham Trent University.

The Journalism & Media postgraduate course is validated by HETAC.

Full-time undergraduate HETAC level 6, 7 & 8 courses were also validated to receive tax relief under the Irish Governments 1997 Act.

In August 2009 Griffith College Cork moved from its Patrick's Hill buildings to a new location Cove Street, Sullivan‘s Quay, Cork, Co. Cork.

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... The College also presents prizes for Evening Student of the Year and HETAC Student of the Year at this ceremony ... The 2010 Graduation took place on 5 November in Cork City Hall ... College President gave the conferring address, and prizes were awarded to students for Best academic achievement in each faculty ...

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