Applicants should have a Level 8 qualification on the National Framework of Qualification in a relevant field, or equivalent experience connected to courses themes.
How to Apply
We are accepting applications for 2020/2021
This programme will run subject to sufficient student numbers and course fee will be subject to receipt of subsidy from Irish Aid.
Where a programme cannot proceed, applicants will be contacted and advised on alternative study options.
Places on this programme are offered to suitable applicants on a rolling basis and will close once we reach the maximum participant number. In recent years, we have had a high number of applicants and have not been in a position to offer all suitable applicants places. It is therefore in your interest to apply as early as possible for the programme to avoid disappointment.
Before you click on the Apply Online button please read the following information carefully.
The online application gathers the general information required for CIT for all courses across the college.
In order to assess your application these essential additional documents specific to application for this programme need to be uploaded to the “Supporting Documentation” section of the application
- Your CV.
- A word file with application statement including the following.
- What are some of the local and global justice topics that you are most passionate about learning about and engaging others with? (100 words)
- Why are you motivated to do this course? (100 words)
- In what contexts would you like to apply what you learn? (100 words)
- What is your experience and interest in creativity and creative processes? (100 words)
- What is your experience if any in engaging in community and learning contexts either in paid or voluntary capacities? (100 words)