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Institute of Technology Sligo



Institute of Technology Sligo

Institute of Technology Sligo Courses

Advanced Carpentry and Joinery
Archaeology - Applied
Archaeology Applied
Architecture - Interior Architecture
Business in Accounting
Business in Office Administration
Computing - Games Development
Computing - Software Development
Computing - Systems & Networking
Creative Design & Innovation
Early Childhood Education
Energy & Sustainability
Engineering - Civil
Engineering - Electronic
Engineering - Mechanical Engineering
Environmental Protection
Financial Services
Fine Art
Forensic Investigation & Analysis
Forensic Investigation & Analysis
Interior Architecture
Interior Design
Marketing - PR with Events Management
Marketing with Languages
Medical Biotechnology
Occupational Safety & Health
Occupational Safety & Health
Performing Arts
Quantity Surveying
Quantity Surveying
Recreation & Leisure
Science - Biomedical
Science - Environmental
Science - Health & Physiology
Science - Pharmaceutical
Science - Pharmaceutical
Social Studies Applied - Social Care
Tourism with Event Management
Web Development & Creative Media
Wood & Sustainable Building Technology

What the students say

I would tell them about the great social scene, the town itself, the friendleness of the college staff and the wide varity of courses to chooose from.
3rd year Currently in college
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IT Sligo has some promise with a modern library with state of the art equipment, my course turned out to be crappy but that doesn't mean others are not, I have friends in other courses who love what they're doing. You have an amazing nightlife with Rag Week genuinely being the best in the country,such great value for nights out with local nightclubs booking international djs and acts to perform.You have a beautiful beach 10 minutes away with amazing waves for surfing and a calmer one for kayaking. Cafeteria offers no value what so ever with the level of food being poor. Lecturer's especially in the Business & Humanities dept, the majority of them are decent with a handful being amazing people who will help you with whatever you need and are always so friendly. The people you will meet & the memories made will make up for things you find wrong with the college and course. Access to Sligo is poor if you are not coming from galway or Donegal etc If you are coming from the South it can be a 4-5 hour drive, from dublin the train is 2 and a half hours. I came from the south east so used to fly ti Galway in 25 minutes for 30 euro each way and then its only a 1 and a half hour trip to Sligo with a friend from there versus a 4-5 hour drive that costs the same in petrol! Finally: GET IN EARLY IN THE MORNING FOR A PARKING SPACE or you will have a long walk ahead of you :)
3rd year Currently in college
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its a great college and sligo is a lovely town.
1st year Currently in college
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