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APPLYING DIRECTLY TO LIT There are a number of reasons why you would apply directly to LIT. For admission to:


• New Undergraduate programmes • Higher Certificate programmes (not on the CAO) • Advanced Entry to Undergraduate programmes • Flexible Learning programmes • Postgraduate programmes


Direct Entry to First Year


While, generally entry to first year of our programmes is by application to the Central Applications Office (CAO), each year there are a small number of programmes on each campus which are not offered on the CAO system. In 2016, the following programmes were available:


Business & Humanities • Accounting & Finance, Thurles • Business, Clonmel • Business Studies with Event Management, Limerick (Moylish) • Business Studies with Sports Management, Thurles • Business Studies with Travel & Tourism Studies, Limerick (Moylish) • Early Childhood Care & Education, Thurles • Entrepreneurship, Limerick (Moylish) • Social & Community Studies, Thurles • Social Care Work, Ennis • Sports Development & Coaching, Thurles


Applied Science, Engineering & Technology • Applied Chemistry, Limerick (Moylish) • Civil & Environmental Engineering, Limerick (Moylish) • Electrical Installation Practice, Limerick (Moylish) • Electronic Engineering, Limerick (Moylish) • Environmental & Analytical Science, Limerick (Moylish) • Environment & Agriculture, Thurles • Environmental & Natural Resource Management, Thurles • Mechanical Engineering, Limerick (Moylish) • Property Valuation & Management, Limerick (Moylish) • Sustainable Building & Renewable Energy, Limerick (Moylish)


Due to our flexible ladder programme, it is possible to advance to degrees / honours degrees upon successful completion of these programmes. For more details visit www.lit.ie/direct


Advanced Entry to Programmes (Transferring to LIT)


For students wishing to transfer to LIT from other programmes, there is a process of Advanced Entry. This process incorporates our process of RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning), where academic credit can be granted to applicants for non-formal academic or work experience. The closing date for applications for Advanced Entry is 1st of May. The application form is available at www.lit.ie/Admissions


Flexible Learning Programmes


In today’s dynamic world, where people change direction multiple times during their working lives, we have a wide range programmes which are offered in a flexible manner. Daytime, Evening and Block programmes, professionally accredited programmes, Full degree programmes delivered on a modular basis, ICT Skills Conversion Programmes. See www.lit.ie/FlexibleLearning for more information.


Post Graduate Programmes


At LIT, we have a range of 1 year full time Taught Masters programmes and Post Graduate Higher Diplomas. See www.lit.ie/PostGraduate for more information about how to apply.


> 190 Undergraduate Prospectus 2017/2018


Applying Directly to LIT


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