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Why studying at Griffith College is the best decision that you could possibly make

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Study season is officially upon us, as Leaving Certificate students throughout the country put in place their final preparations ahead of the State examinations.

While much of the concentration at this point may be focused on the exams themselves, students should also be mindful of the fact that as of May 5th, the CAO online change of mind form officially opened. This affords students who were perhaps uncertain in February of the type of course they’d like to study, or indeed where they would like to study, the opportunity to enter new possibilities on their form.

For those deliberating as to where they might go, may I make a suggestion? How would you like to study in a college offering not only a wide range of courses in a variety of different disciplines; a college with three campuses nationwide, in Dublin, Cork and Limerick; a college where a number of study modes such as full-time, part-time, online and blended learning are available? With its main campus situated in the heart of Dublin, look no further than Griffith College.

Offering a range of over 200 courses in Business, IT, Design, Engineering, Journalism, Law, Music and more, there’s sure to be a degree course to suit you. The college also boasts an alumni of over 40,000 students around the world, many of whom have gone on to achieve incredible things in a range of different sectors.

For more information about Griffith College, be sure to check out the Griffith website, and Griffith’s social media channels on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. So when completing your CAO change of mind form, be sure to check out Griffith College, your window to success.

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