Carlow College Spring Open Day in March

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Carlow College, St. Patrick’s is opening its doors for its Spring Open Day on Thursday, 7th March from 10am – 1pm for school leavers, FE students, parents, teachers and those considering returning to education on a full or part-time basis.

The Spring Open Day provides the ideal opportunity for prospective students to learn more about the CAO courses offered by Carlow College, with programme talks for each course hosted through the day.

With direct bus/train routes from surrounding counties such as Kilkenny, Laois, Wexford, Waterford, Wicklow and Dublin and parking on campus for commuting students, Carlow College offers students a great opportunity to student in arts, humanities and social sciences without needing to move or commute to a major city.

The Spring Open Day will run from 10am – 1pm and also provides students with the opportunity to chat directly to College staff from lecturers, admissions, Students’ Union and student supports.

Late applications for CAO 2024 open on the 5th March 2024.

To register for the Open Day at Carlow College, visit


Date: Tuesday, 7th March

Time: 10am – 1pm

Location: Carlow College, College Street, Carlow




Open Day events offer students a valuable opportunity to engage directly with various members of the college community, including lecturers, admissions staff, representatives from the Students’ Union, and individuals involved in student support services. These events typically aim to provide prospective students with insights into the college’s academic programs, campus life, support services available, and the overall student experience.

During Open Day events, students can ask questions, gather information, and gain a deeper understanding of what the college has to offer. They may have the chance to attend presentations, tour campus facilities, participate in interactive activities, and interact with current students to get a sense of the campus culture and community.

Having access to different stakeholders within the college allows prospective students to address various aspects of their potential college experience, from academic pursuits to extracurricular involvement and support systems. This direct interaction can help students make more informed decisions about their educational journey and feel confident about their choices regarding college enrollment.

Steven Galvin

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