CCT College Dublin in India 

Enterprise Ireland Trade Mission to India –  Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D. Minister of State for Higher Education arrived in New Delhi, India on Friday 23rd February 2018 to lead the Education in Ireland trade mission to India. The trade mission was built around Education in Ireland Fairs organised by Enterprise Ireland in 5 cities; Chennai; […]

Student Announcement Re: Weather Conditions

  STUDENTS PLEASE NOTE:  Arrangements are in place with Met Eireann to issue public service severe weather warnings through the media and also on www.met.ie. The College is always on alert during times of weather warnings, and will closely monitor, for safety messages. Safety is our first priority for staff, students, and visitors to the […]

CCT College Charity Sessions

CCT College Charity Sessions – On Saturday evening 27th January last, CCT College Dublin organised and hosted its second Charity Session with Christy Dignam and Joe Jewell from Aslan. All proceeds from the night went to Aoibheann’s Pink Tie National Children’s Cancer Charity. This charity does great work providing financial, practical, and emotional support to […]

Business and IT Courses Open Evening

CCT College Dublin Open Evening – Register now for our January 23rd Open Evening and make 2018 the year you enhance your professional development with CCT College Dublin on Westmoreland street. CCT College Dublin is now enrolling for part-time evening professional and industry alligned courses such as Java and Python programming, web and mobile app […]

Number of UK students applying to study in Ireland falls

Since Brexit became a reality, the number of UK students applying to study in Ireland through the CAO has dropped by 10%. Similarly, the number of Irish students applying to the UK UCAS system has dropped by 18% from 2016. However, the number of CAO applications coming from Northern Ireland increased by 2%. According to […]

CCT Charity Gig with Declan O’Rourke Sunday 14th May

CCT is delighted to announce a concert for charity organised by the College, to raise funds for Aoibheann’s Pink Tie Charity. On Sunday, May 14th 2017, Declan O’Rourke will perform as the headline act – declanorourke.com Aoibheann’s Pink Tie “National Children’s Cancer Charity” was established in 2010 by Mick Rochford and Jimmy Norman after the […]

Amazing outlook for computer science jobs

Computer science has a great outlook for graduate job prospects. Recent reports show that there are almost 10 times more US computing jobs open right now than there were students who graduated with computer science degrees in 2015. There is little reason to think that the situation is much different in the EU and Ireland. […]

Facebook Doubles Down in Dublin!

Back in February we reported on a rumour that Facebook had a big jobs creating spree planned for Dublin. Today, the Irish Independent has reported that Facebook is nearly doubling its Dublin workforce. The move will bring the number of facebook employees from the current 1,600 to over 3,000. When combined with Google’s Dublin numbers, almost 10,000 […]

150 new jobs in Software as a Service for Ireland

Over 150 new jobs are to be created by overseas technology companies, in the software-as-a-service (SaaS) area. Minister for Jobs Mary Mitchell O’Connor revealed that the 153 roles would be developed across a range of activities such as software engineering, R&D, sales, customer support. Welcoming the announcement she was keen to point out that there are now more […]

1000 new Dublin jobs for Facebook?

SiliconRepublic has reported that Facebook may be planning on hiring up to 1,000 new staff in the coming months in Dublin. If the rumours are true, social network giant Facebook has big plans for Dublin. Facebook is understood to be close to signing a lease for a building in Dublin that will house 1,000 new workers. […]