8th Feb 2014
A special Cabinet meeting on February 6 focussed on the 2014 Action Plan for Jobs which is due to be announced next month. In response to a skills gap in the ICT sector, Ireland aims to have the highest percentage of computing graduates as a proportion of all tertiary graduates by 2018. Speaking on his […]
14th Jan 2014
In September 2012, the European Commission adopted a strategy for unleashing the potential of cloud computing in Europe. The European Cloud Computing Strategy outlines actions to deliver a net gain of 2.5 million new European jobs and an annual boost of €160bn, around 1% of GDP, by 2020. It is also designed to speed up […]
With a strong percentage of female and international students, CCT is an active proponent of engaging in the IT industry for all groups, including those that are under-represented in certain areas and fields. CCT is always on the lookout for initiatives and news supporting this cause. Earlier this month, SiliconRepublic.com ran an article “The rise […]
20th Dec 2013
A degree in computing makes you highly employable, and increases the likelihood that you will find a job in Ireland soon after graduating, according to statistics released this morning by the Higher Education Authority. What Do Graduates Do? The Class of 2012 is the latest in a series of studies aimed at determining the first […]
19th Dec 2013
The first Irish Supercomputer List – headed by CCT staff in collaboration with researchers at other world-class universities including DCU, the University of Helsinki and Oxford University – ranks the fastest high performance computers in Ireland. The list is advised by a committee with industry and academic members from IBM, Boston Limited, SGI Incorporated, and […]
All students have received the Examinations schedule for January, and it is available through Moodle. For any clarifications, advice or guidance, please contact CCT staff. Should you require any information over the Christmas holiday period while the College is closed, you can do so on the College Emergency number, which was issued to all students.
The CCT Student Christmas Party was held at the Russell Court Hotel, Dublin 2, on Wednesday 27th November. It was a very enjoyable night with infamous 80s tribute act – Spring Break rocking the night away! We had traditional Irish dance from some of our Irish students, and traditional Capoeira dance from Brazilian students.
27th Nov 2013
CCT was proud to serve on Quality and Qualifications Ireland’s Expert Group, set up to review new IT awards at NFQ Levels 5 and 6. These new awards are to replace the current ones, and designed to be suitable for use within the Common Awards System. These new awards have been designed to meet the current […]