Students from Hibernia College’s Professional Masters of Education in Primary Education, will be spending two weeks in the Gaeltacht this coming July.
The early application deadline for September 2016 start is Friday 17th June 2016.
Dr Aoife O’Brien, who works on the primary education programme (PMEP) at Hibernia College, has been successful in securing research funding for a cross-border research project with Stranmillis University and Trinity College Dublin.
Tiochfaidh ár nGrá: LBGT Social Movements in Ireland from a Wilde time to Panti Bliss
This summer, we are offering 15 online courses as part of the DES-approved Summer Course programme.
On Tuesday 12th April, the first leg of our annual roadshow will begin. Hibernia College are going on the road to bring information about our Professional Master of Education programmes closer to you and to give you advice on how to become a Primary or Post Primary school teacher.
We are delighted to share one of our graduate’s stories to conclude our ‘Teachers who played a role in the 1916 Easter Rising’ news series. Carol Kelly is a past student of the Higher Diploma in Primary Education programme and is currently teaching in Killeeneen National School which she attended as a child.
Thomas MacDonagh was one of the founding members of ASTI, the secondary teachers association which was formed in Fermoy College in 1908.