Frequently Asked Questions
The library is available on a daily basis for all students Monday to Friday.
There is student printing available in the library and in each of the computer labs on campus.
There is free Wi-Fi available throughout the campus.
The hours required vary from course to course. Full-time courses normally run for a minimum of 20 hours per week for 26 weeks of the year. You will find individual timetable information on your course page.
The hours required vary from course to course. Part-time courses normally run from 6.30pm-9.30pm two evenings per week and selected Saturdays over the academic term. Find individual timetable information for each part-time course.
As Griffith College Limerick is an urban campus we are located in the heart of Limerick City. As such, there are multiple car parking options for students studying with us. We are affiliated with QPARK, who offer Griffith College Limerick students preferential rates for weekly parking.
As Griffith College Limerick is an urban campus we are located in the heart of Limerick City. As such, there are multiple accommodation options for students studying with us. We are affiliated with Thomond Village student accommodation; they run a bus service three times daily to Griffith College Limerick.
In 2019 Griffith College is celebrating its 45th anniversary. Griffith College Limerick was established in 2006.
Courses normally begin in Griffith College Limerick twice a year, once at the end of September and once at the end of January. Please contact the college directly to find out when our next intake is.
Many of the courses we offer are run on a part-time basis. Find specific information on courses that run part-time.
At Griffith College Limerick we offer a wide variety of courses, and as such we have many validating partners including QQI, ACCA, Edinburgh Business School, BTEC, ICM and ACELS.
Students must have a minimum of 5.5 IELTS for academic courses in Griffith College Limerick. If you are not at this level you may apply for our pathway course English followed by your academic course.
Students over the age of 23 can apply for direct entry onto full-time courses/programmes run in Griffith College Limerick. Students under the age of 23 must apply through the CAO.
As we run a variety of courses/programmes in Griffith College Limerick, the minimum entry requirements vary. You will find specific minimum entry information on your course page.
We run part-time, full-time, distance learning and professional courses at Griffith College Limerick, and as such the prices of the courses vary. You will find individual pricing information on your course page.
All our courses/programmes are recognised internationally. They are aligned to the National Framework of Qualifications, which enables students of Griffith College Limerick to work nationally and internationally. Our on-site career advice office will help prepare students for life after Griffith College Limerick.
All of the courses/programmes run in Griffith College Limerick are aligned to the national framework of qualifications (NQF), listed on the internationalisation register and validated by various awarding bodies including QQI, ICM, BTEC, ACELS, Edinburgh Business School and ACCA.