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Minister for Higher Education Officially Opens Griffith College City Centre

Minister for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O'Connor officially opened Griffith College City Centre, which is Griffith's fourth campus nationwide
Professor Diarmuid Hegarty with Minister for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O Connor

Minister Officially Opens Griffith College City Centre

Griffith College welcomed Minister for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor to officially open its newest campus on Wolfe Tone Street, Dublin 1 on Tuesday 3 September.

The new campus is the college’s second Dublin based location with four nationwide, including Limerick and Cork.

Courses offered

Griffith College City Centre offers prospective learners the opportunity to study a range of undergraduate, postgraduate, short and professional courses. These courses range in subject such as Accounting, Business, Computing, Law, Marketing and Management.

Minister Mitchell O’Connor spoke of Griffith College and its ‘significant national footprint’, with more than 7,000 graduates over its 45 years in existence.

The Minister also mentioned the significance of online study, and acknowledged Griffith College’s dedication to online study in the form of its blended learning and online courses.

Griffith College outreach

“The location of the campus in Dublin 1 is to be commended. The College plans to offer upskilling and training for those living in the city centre and is keen to reach out to the many DEIS post primary schools to assist in increasing participation in third-level by designing programmes which will give these students the confidence and motivation to consider higher education. I understand that the process of building a network with schools and community representatives in the locality is well underway,” she said.

For a full list of courses, click here.