National College of Ireland (NCI)
National College of Ireland (NCI) was founded as the Catholic Workers College in 1951 in association with Trade Unionists but rebranded itself as Nationa College of Ireland in 1998.
The college served as an education institution for students from trade union and business management background. The college offers a different level of courses from Higher Certificate to Masters courses which are all recognised by the Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) which is monitored by the Irish governement. However there are some short courses that are unaccreditted.
Its convienient location in the core of International FInancial Services Centre (IFSC) in Dublin where students only need a short walk to the Silicon Valley of Europe makes it a popular insitution among students looking for business and computing programs.
- HR Management
- IT Computing