Effective careers planning means exploring your options early. Our careers team are here to help. Whatever your age, course of study, plans or aspirations, the Careers Service is available to you. Professionally qualified careers advisers are available for consultation on career choice, further study options, presentation and other work place skills, jobsearch, applications/interview procedures and aptitude tests.
The Career Guidance Office contains a wide range of information on careers and further study options. Comprehensive information, internet access, computerised guidance programmes, video library etc., are all available to our students.
Contact details for CSN Careers and Counselling Service
Siobhan Daly email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 021-2067608
Jim O Connell email: email@example.com Tel: 021-2067626
Career News for April
The late CAO application system is now open until May 1st. The cost of making a late CAO application is 60 euro. Under the late application system you cannot apply for mature student places, or for restricted courses (mainly art, theatre and music courses).
The free of charge ‘change of mind facility’ will operate between May 6th and July 1st.
Advanced entry to ITs
Applications for advanced entry to CIT and UCC courses are now made through the CAO website. Applications to the NCAD, Dunlaoghaire IADT and the Technological University Dublin (Blanchardstown, Tallaght and Dublin City campuses) are also be made through CAO.
For other Institutes of Technology you either apply online or download an application form from the relevant College website. Please contact the Careers office with any queries.
Applications to CSN
The online application system is now open for those interested in applying for CSN courses. To apply complete the application form on the college website, www.csn.ie.
The online grant application system for the academic year 2019-2020 opens on April 25th please contact the Career’s Office for advice and assistance.
CIT Music & Drama test dates
Entrance tests for CIT music and drama courses will take place in the School of Music, Union Quay, Cork, over three days, 11th ,12th and 13th of April.
Cork Colleges Progression Scheme (CIT)
The deadline for applying for CIT places under this scheme is May 1st. Apply by filling out the online application form on the CIT website, you require both your CAO and PPS numbers. Contact the Career’s Office for advice and assistance.