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Brian Mooney, Guidance Counsellor and Irish Times columnist, analyses the 2016 CAO application statistics, which show an increase in demand for architecture, construction and technology courses
An estimated 80,000 students will this month register their interest in a third level place this September with the CAO, they must do so February 1st, or January 20th if ...
Yesterday at 5.15 pm marked the closing of round one offers from the CAO, and the second round, in which a small number will be available, opens on Thursday morning. ...
Joe O'Grady, General Manager of the Central Applications Office, discusses what's up and what's down in this year's points
Tom Boland, Chief Executive of the Higher Education Authority, discusses the manipulation of the admissions system into third level by colleges
At six am this morning over 50,000 students logged onto the CAO website from all over the world to see which courses they were being offered places on today in ...
Career Guidance expert Brian Mooney returned to studio to answer your questions on what happens next when offered a course or what to do when not offered any course.
Anna Kern, student at Coláiste Nano Nagle and asylum seeker & Marion Cummins, Principal of Coláiste Nano Nagle, discuss Anna's plans to study at third level in Ireland after assurances ...
Brian Mooney, Guidance Counsellor and Irish Times columnist, outlines his predictions for CAO points which suggest a major increase in points for engineering, technology and construction courses
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