List of Higher Education Institutions in The Republic of Ireland - Independent and Further Education

Independent and Further Education

  • Abbey School of Theatre
  • All Hallows CollegeDCU
  • American College Dublin
  • Burren College of Art
  • College of Computer Training
  • Cork College of Commerce
  • Development Studies Centre
  • Dublin Business School
  • Dublin Institute of Design
  • Edgewater College
  • Gaiety School of ActingDCU
  • Griffith College Cork
  • Griffith College Dublin
  • Griffith College Limerick
  • Hibernia College
  • Honorable Society of King's Inns
  • Irish Bible Institute (a component of the University of Wales)
  • Irish School of Ecumenics DU
  • Mallow College of Further Education
  • Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy NUI
  • National College of Art and Design NUI
  • National College of Ireland
  • Portobello Institute
  • Royal Irish Academy of Music DCU
  • Royal College of Physicians of Ireland
  • Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland NUI
  • St. John's Central College, Cork
  • St Michael's House
  • St Nicholas Montessori College
  • St Patrick's College, Maynooth (also known as Maynooth College or Pontifical University, Maynooth)
  • St. Patrick's, Carlow College
  • St. Patrick's College, Thurles UL
  • Sallynoggin College of Further Education, Pearse Street, Sallynoggin
  • Setanta College
  • Shannon College of Hotel Management NUI
  • Tipperary Institute LIT
  • Tourism College Killybegs (component of Letterkenny Institute of Technology)
  • Turning Point DCU

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