College Awareness Week

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College Awareness Week is a national campaign which aims to promote the benefits of going to college, to help students of all ages to become college-ready and to showcase local role models. This year the campaign runs from 22 – 28 November.

Going to college is becoming more and more important. A college education helps students to fulfil their potential, allows them to undertake a course of study which can be both fascinating and challenging, and helps them to secure employment and decent living standards in the future. Individuals and society benefit from increased levels of educational attainment. Play your part in inspiring the next generation of college students and helping them to become college-ready!

Get Involved

College Awareness Week celebrates the benefits of going to college, supports students to become ‘college ready’ and showcases local role models.

All activities, large and small, make a valuable contribution to this nationwide campaign.

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Find events across Ireland – from Malin Head to Mizen Head, CAW-fever has captivated the nation. Find out what’s going on in your area.

College Awareness Week events come in all shapes and sizes. No two events are ever the same, take a look at the exciting things happening around Ireland for College Awareness Week.

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The Week is being delivered in partnership with the following organisations: the Higher Education Authority, the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals and the Confederation of Student Services Ireland. It is a multi-organisational and collaborative initiative involving a wide range of stakeholders, including schools, HEIs, museums, libraries and businesses. is a national database of universities, colleges, institutes and providers of third level, CAO and PLC courses in Ireland. We operate a national search database of courses and colleges. is Ireland’s largest independent for courses in Ireland. We list full-time and part-time courses of all types so that you can find the best course for you.


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