• EQF Home Page Icon

Find information on learning opportunities

This page provides you with information and links to opportunities to learn or study in another EU country. You can scroll down to find all information. You can filter the results by using the filters on the left.

By clicking on the title of a learning opportunity in the search results you will find more detailed information and links.

Find information on learning opportunities

Search results

Search found 66321 items
  1. Accounting

    Course Summary: This course offers one of the fastest routes to achieving a professional accounting qualification. After three years you will hold an honours degree in accounting and you can expect to be exempt from all CAP1 examinations with Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) (See note below for CAI exam structure). This course is highly commended by professional accounting bodies. The key skills built into the course will mean you are well-grounded and prepared for a career in accountancy, or further study: • Business finance, accounting and reporting • Taxation • Management principles and strategic management • Business law, economics and human resource management • Marketing and enterprise • Personal financial services The course has a low student-to-lecturer ratio which enhances the learning experience and facilitates more individual attention between you and your tutors. The study of accounting at Leaving Certificate level is not required for this course. Note: The modules taught on this course will prepare you for the following Chartered Accountants Professional exams: CAP1 - Proficiency 1 CAP2 - Proficiency 2 FAE – Final Admittance Exam ...

    Provider NameInstitute of Technology Sligo

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Ireland
  2. Accounting

    Course Description: The course is designed primarily for those who have a previous qualification in business and accounting such as the Higher Certificate in Business in Accounting. The course is one year in duration leading to the award of an ordinary degree in Business/Accounting. The course aims to provide advanced knowledge of accounting that may, if the student wishes, provide a route into professional accountancy. ...

    Provider NameInstitute of Technology Sligo

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Ireland
  3. Archaeology- Applied Archaeology

    What is Archaeology? Archaeology is the science of studying materials, artefacts, dwellings, bones, fossils and other evidence that gives us an understanding of the world in which we live. This includes everything from buried cities to microscopic organisms and covers all periods from the origins of humans millions of years ago to the remains of 20th and 21st century industry and warfare. Archaeology offers the only source of information about many aspects of our development over millennia and Archaeologists help our understanding of geography, history, science, art, religion, and technology. Our courses cover in detail the past 10,000 years of human activity in Ireland, ranging from the nomadic hunter-gatherers of the Mesolithic Era through to the industrial archaeology of the 18th Century. Emphasis is placed on scientific analytical techniques and applied field skills with lots of practical experience. We offer many unique modules not found on other courses, including forensic archaeology, commercial archaeology, geophysical survey, geographical information systems, biomolecular archaeology. With unique antiquities located in Sligo and the West, this is the perfect location for aspiring archaeologists. The course also has dedicated training excavations that all students complete at the end of first year, opening up possibilities which gives them invaluable work experience. Archaeologists work in many organisations in areas such as examples archival work, archaeological fieldwork, laboratory study, workin ...

    Provider NameInstitute of Technology Sligo

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Ireland
  4. Archaeology- Applied Archaeology

    What is Archaeology? Archaeology is the science of studying materials, artefacts, dwellings, bones, fossils and other evidence that gives us an understanding of the world in which we live. This includes everything from buried cities to microscopic organisms and covers all periods from the origins of humans millions of years ago to the remains of 20th and 21st century industry and warfare. Archaeology offers the only source of information about many aspects of our development over millennia and Archaeologists help our understanding of geography, history, science, art, religion, and technology. Our courses cover in detail the past 10,000 years of human activity in Ireland, ranging from the nomadic hunter-gatherers of the Mesolithic Era through to the industrial archaeology of the 18th Century. Emphasis is placed on scientific analytical techniques and applied field skills with lots of practical experience. We offer many unique modules not found on other courses, including forensic archaeology, commercial archaeology, geophysical survey, geographical information systems, biomolecular archaeology. With unique antiquities located in Sligo and the West, this is the perfect location for aspiring archaeologists. The course also has dedicated training excavations that all students complete at the end of first year, opening up possibilities which gives them invaluable work experience. Archaeologists work in many organisations in areas such as examples archival work, archaeological fieldwork, laboratory study, workin ...

    Provider NameInstitute of Technology Sligo

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Ireland
  5. Architecture- Interior Architecture

    Course Description: The practice of interior architecture is concerned with exploring new and exciting ways to re-use our existing built environment. In doing so it breaks down the boundaries that lie between architecture and interior design to offer an innovative approach to the design of habitable spaces. IT Sligo is the leader in the field in Ireland, offering the only built environment design course focusing on developing expertise in the re-use, refurbishment and repurposing of existing buildings. The course draws on expertise in architecture, design, construction, technology and cutting edge teaching methodology to offer a curriculum which is finely tuned towards the possibilities for this rapidly evolving profession. The course is accredited by the following professional bodies: • The European Council of Interior Architects (ECIA) • The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA, Candidacy Status) It is the first interior architecture course in Ireland to have achieved Part I Candidacy with the RIBA. This unique combination of expertise and professional accreditation will provide graduates with the skill set desired by the Industry. In addition, RIBA Part 1 accreditation will allow graduates to progress onto any Part 2 architectural programme and enhance their many possible career options. Key Skills: • Design related problem-solving skills involving the ability to operate creatively, three dimensionally and technically • Technical knowledge and skills relating to the construction, conservation, ...

    Provider NameInstitute of Technology Sligo

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Ireland
  6. Art- Fine Art

    Art inspires and elevates the human spirit. From painting, drawing and printmaking to sculpture through to filmmaking and photography, art reflects the world as seen through the artist’s eye. Our Fine Art courses enable you to develop practical and creative techniques such as painting, drawing and sculpting across a breadth of different media. In the process you will learn the use of different tools, techniques and equipment. Fine Art requires that you develop your observational skills and ability to provide analysis and feedback. You will be required to offer opinions on your own work and that of other students. You will understand how to learn from criticism and to be objective about your work, while remaining true to your own art. In addition, you will learn to take on board other styles and influences whilst at the same time developing your own unique approach. Students will learn about history and theory of art and artistic movements over the centuries. You will have the opportunity to exhibit your work and gain experience of working to briefs, meeting deadlines and using organisational skills. You will also develop excellent transferable skills such as research, critical thinking, project management and visual awareness. On graduation, as a practising visual artist you will be able to capitalise on the creative opportunities found both in the public and private sectors. This may be in the studio, education, community, arts administration or other aspects of the creative industries. Key Skills: Our cour ...

    Provider NameInstitute of Technology Sligo

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Ireland
  7. Art- Fine Art

    Art inspires and elevates the human spirit. From painting, drawing and printmaking to sculpture through to filmmaking and photography, art reflects the world as seen through the artist’s eye. Our Fine Art courses enable you to develop practical and creative techniques such as painting, drawing and sculpting across a breadth of different media. In the process you will learn the use of different tools, techniques and equipment. Fine Art requires that you develop your observational skills and ability to provide analysis and feedback. You will be required to offer opinions on your own work and that of other students. You will understand how to learn from criticism and to be objective about your work, while remaining true to your own art. In addition, you will learn to take on board other styles and influences whilst at the same time developing your own unique approach. Students will learn about history and theory of art and artistic movements over the centuries. You will have the opportunity to exhibit your work and gain experience of working to briefs, meeting deadlines and using organisational skills. You will also develop excellent transferable skills such as research, critical thinking, project management and visual awareness. On graduation, as a practising visual artist you will be able to capitalise on the creative opportunities found both in the public and private sectors. This may be in the studio, education, community, arts administration or other aspects of the creative industries. Key Skills: Our cour ...

    Provider NameInstitute of Technology Sligo

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Ireland
  8. Business

    This two year programme will provide you with the general business skills you need to get a job out there in the marketplace. During the course our lecturers will give you a thorough understanding of the public sector and private business. When you have completed your studies you will be superbly equipped to apply for a job or further study. During the course we will introduce you to the core functions of business management, including accounting, management, marketing, entrepreneurship, human resource management, information technology and SME (small and medium enterprise) development. We use a wide range of in-class practical-based exercises. You will learn theoretical and practical skills through individual and group projects. The programme is delivered through a combination of lectures, tutorials, problem-based learning and computer laboratory sessions. Key Skills: Across our suite of business programmes we have embedded a series of fundamental principles of business education. These include: • Operational activities: knowledge of how the day-to-day running of a business can be undertaken to ensure minimal disruption and maximum success • Marketing: ability to apply marketing techniques to contribute to the marketing strategy for any organisation, from market research to product design and from promotions to sales • Computer applications: understanding the role of technology in maximising efficiency in the workplace and proficiency in a range of computer software programmes • Human resource manageme ...

    Provider NameInstitute of Technology Sligo

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Ireland
  9. Business

    Course Description: This course is designed to ensure you have the capabilities and skills for the current dynamic and challenging business environment. It is no longer enough to provide goods and services to the market; businesses today must ensure they provide top class customer service, work within an increasingly regulated environment and within a socially responsible framework. This course will enable you to meet these challenges head on. An attractive feature of our course is a five-month work placement in the third year (April–August). This placement gives you the opportunity to experience the world of business and allows you to develop practical skills that you will be able to use in your future career. This programme has an exit/embedded award after two years. Key Skills: Across our suite of business programmes we have embedded a series of fundamental principles of business education. These include: • Operational activities: knowledge of how the day-to-day running of a business can be undertaken to ensure minimal disruption and maximum success • Marketing: ability to apply marketing techniques to contribute to the marketing strategy for any organisation, from market research to product design and from promotions to sales • Computer applications: understanding the role of technology in maximising efficiency in the workplace and proficiency in a range of computer software programmes • Human resource management: skills to successfully assist in recruiting, selecting, training and managing the hum ...

    Provider NameInstitute of Technology Sligo

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Ireland
  10. Business

    Course Summary: This one year add-on degree provides you with an opportunity to develop your understanding and prepare you for the challenging world of business. The course is divided into seven streams – general business, marketing, human resource management, tourism, finance, financial services, sport and wellness. Our focus is on developing: • Interpersonal skills consisting of effective listening, negotiation, persuasion and presentation • Ability to analyse business environments and prepare options and scenarios to aid decision making in a business context • Mastery of specialised business skills in your chosen area. • Ability to write, present and defend material that articulates ideas, insights and analysis using a variety of business media • Ability to exercise judgement, to facilitate informed decisions on complex management, technical and functional areas relating to organisation, products, processes and services. The financial stream of this course gives exemptions over and above those obtained from an ordinary degree in business (level 7), from three of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants Examinations and some examinations set by The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Holders of an honours degree (2.2 or higher) are eligible to enter the one year taught MSc in Marketing, provided they have three marketing modules or equivalent at undergraduate level. ...

    Provider NameInstitute of Technology Sligo

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Ireland

Pages