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Our Graduation Ceremony took place at Clontarf Castle this year. As a college we enjoy celebrating the achievements of all our students. A very special part of the day is the awarding of student prizes when we pay tribute to students who have excelled in particular ways throughout the year. These prizes are for academic and learning community achievements. The highest accolade that we can bestow on a student is Student of the Year Award.

Have a look at the photographs of the event here.

Another school year begins, which means that it’s time for evening classes againschool year begins, which means that it’s time for evening classes again.

Ruth Little- KILLESTER COLLEGE student 2013-2014 Pre Uni. Science now Medical student at the RCSI-Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

Killester college is an excellent place to begin the vital steps on your professional career pathway. I completed the pre-university course in Science during 2013-2014 and highly recommend the College.” Ruth Little-mature student

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Graduation Ceremony in Clontarf Castle May 2014

Congratulations to the Killester College Class of 2014.  40% of graduates progressed to further study and 30% secured employment within 6 months of completing their course.  Well done one and all!

We are delighted to be part of our students’ success. Congratulations to Ruth Little who successfully secured a place in the Royal College of Surgeons, Audrey Doyle who is attending NCI, Chris Devitt who is in UCD, Casey O’Callaghan and Yvonne Spain who are studying in Trinity College. Also Denise Kelly and Philip Kennedy who attend NCAD .  These are just some of our success stories.  A special congrats to Liz Turner and classmates who are the first cohort going to St. Nicholas to complete a Montessori degree. Have a look at our Graduation Photos 2014!

From 2015, UCD will accept the Animal Science Award to gain entry to DN200 General Science. This is routing into Zoology. From here, students can specialise in this area and so access further studies eg Postgraduate studies in Animal Behaviour etc. This is an exciting development and widens FETAC progression options. Of course Vet Nursing will continue as a linked degree.

Please see Animal Science Level 5 course page on this site for progression possibilities.

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Congratulations to Bernadette Garry and Ger Whelan.

As a result of their impressive accomplishments and contributions to the Cisco Networking Academy program, Bernadette and Ger are being recognized as Expert Level instructors. This award recognizes their achievements as two of the top 10 percent of instructors globally in the following areas:

  • Participation in online instructor communities
  • Number of professional development opportunities completed
  • Attention to student needs
  • Student performance
  • Use of resources

Well done Bernadette and Ger