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LIT SCHOOLS’ LIAISON OFFICE


The Schools’ Liaison Office at LIT provides a range of services to give students information about LIT and aims to provide students with relevant information about our programmes, entry requirements, student support services and student life in general at LIT.


We appreciate that choosing what course to study and what college to attend are major decisions for students. There are many factors to consider, from course availability and entry requirements to college location and accommodation costs.


The Schools’ Liaison Office is an ideal point of contact for second level and post leaving certificate students considering their college options, as well as for Parents or Guardians, Guidance Counsellors, School Principals or anyone wishing to find out more about LIT and our range of programmes and services.


Our services include: • Annual Open Days and Information Evenings • School Visits/Presentations • Information stands at schools • Careers Fairs and Exhibitions • Campus Tours and Familiarisation Visits


Annual Open Days


Our annual Open Days in October are a major event on our calendar where we extend an invitation to prospective students to visit LIT and see for themselves the great all-round college experience that LIT offers. For Leaving Certificate students, the Open Days offer a perfect opportunity to visit LIT and find out more about their preferred course in detail, take a tour of the campus (es) and explore our facilities. Students can also meet our staff and students and find out for themselves about the great student experience that LIT offers.


We also host many additional information events for students, teachers and parents throughout the year across our campuses in Limerick and Tipperary. Details of these events will be notified to schools and advertised on our CAO Hub: http://cao.lit.ie


School Visits/Presentations


School visits by LIT staff can be organised throughout the year. The visit generally comprises of a presentation/talk and these can be general or department/programme specific. The general presentation consists of an overview of LIT, a brief summary of the programmes available, student services and the facilities on offer.


Specific presentations can also be organised for: • Art & Design • Business & Humanities • Applied Science, Engineering & Technology


Information Stands


The School’s Liaison Office can arrange for a member(s) of LIT staff to visit your school and host a stand to provide information on programmes offered at LIT and answer questions from students or teachers. Careers Fairs and Exhibitions


LIT participates in many careers fairs and exhibitions around the country throughout the year, including Higher Options Dublin, the Mid- West Careers Exhibition, Career Options Cork and many local and regional events. If you have an event that you would like LIT to attend, contact our Schools’ Liaison Office and we will try to accommodate you.


Campus Tours & Familiarisation Visits


We welcome the opportunity to show prospective students around the LIT campuses giving them a chance to see at first-hand everything LIT has to offer. We are happy to arrange campus visits by appointment and if required, we can also arrange a general or programme/department specific information talk.


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