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St. Angela\'s College, Sligo

Clogherrevagh, Sligo, Ireland

St. Angela’s College, Sligo, a College of the National University of Ireland, Galway, is a provider of undergraduate, postgraduate, lifelong learning and adult education courses in the North West of Ireland.

We are a dynamic, fast-growing educational institution in Sligo. Degree Courses and evening/weekend classes offered include Food, Nutrition and Business Studies, Disability Equality Studies, Fashion Design, Creative Textiles, Entrepreneurship, Folklore & Heritage, Leadership and Management, Home Economics, Science, Irish, Economics, Nursing,  Religious Education, Special Educational Needs, Theology, Community Involvement and more.

Students receive high quality courses, small classes, state of the art resources in a strong community environment with university degree and certification from NUI Galway.

St. Angela’s College, Sligo, has a well-deserved reputation for delivering high quality courses at both undergraduate, postgraduate and lifelong learning levels across the academic departments of Nursing and Health Studies, Home Economics and Education.  The College offers a wide range of Access, Adult Education, Springboard+, Erasmus+ and Professional Development programmes  and currently its profile of academic programmes of study includes Nursing & Health Studies, Education, Special Needs Education, Theology, Food and Consumer Studies, Science, Irish, Economics and Social Studies.

The Irish Government’s decision to name St. Angela’s College, Sligo as the sole provider of Home Economics Teacher Education in Ireland (2003) and the Department of Health’s approval of the new School of Nursing and Health Studies, coupled with its unique geographical position as the sole provider of University education in the North West, has resulted in a dramatic increase in student numbers enrolled on courses in the past five years. Current student numbers attending the College are approximately 900, with increasing numbers of international students on campus as well as a growing number of students taking our online courses. It is predicted that there will be a significant growth in student numbers over the next few years.

For more information about evening classes and courses in Sligo at St. Angela’s College, please browse the Nightcourses.com Course Finder below.

Family Youth & Child Studies

This Programme is devised to meet the personal and professional needs of personnel involved in Education, Training, Youthwork Management, Policy and Programme Development, Research and would be of particular interest to Teachers, Youth Workers, Health Service Executive personnel, Community Workers, Social Workers and those working in Government Agencies who are involved with families and young…

Conflict Management

The Master of Arts offers in depth study into the theory and practice of conflict management. This programme will challenge traditional views of conflict, and encourage students to develop a reflective, theory-based approach to the application of conflict management skills, and in particular mediation. Practical instruction and exercises will take place within a theoretical framework,…

Clinical Skills - Advanced

This module is designed to form part of the professional and academic development of nurses working in acute and community settings. Participants will be given the opportunity to enhance their physical assessment, history taking, symptom analysis, head to toe assessment and monitoring when dealing with patients in acute and community settings. The participant will develop…

Applied Health & Wellness Coaching

Why was the Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma in Applied Health and Wellness Coaching programme developed? Despite the widespread evidence-based knowledge that physical activity and healthy eating are good for your health, individuals are not getting any healthier. This programme will provide professionals with the tools to complement their knowledge base and enable them to facilitate their clients…

Clinical Assessment & Management Skills for Non-Nursing Professionals

This module is designed to form part of the professional and academic development of non- nursing health professionals working in acute and community settings, with clients who have perse healthcare needs. Participants will be given the opportunity to enhance their physical assessment, history taking, symptom analysis, head to toe assessment and basic non-invasive monitoring when…

Data Protection Social Media & IP in Educational Settings

Data Protection, Social Media & IP in Educational Settings There is a duty on education personnel to appreciate the legal pros and cons that come with the digital age and to ensure that the educational setting and the participants therein are duly compliant. Areas covered will include the main principles applicable to data in Ireland,…

Education & the Law

Litigation is now a common feature of life in educational environments and the challenges it presents demand access to expertise which offers perspectives on how these challenges might be addressed. This MA / Postgraduate Diploma / Postgraduate Certificate programme brings together education, legislation, theory and practice. It enables participants to engage with, discuss and reflect…

Family Studies

Family Studies The module Family Studies will enhance participants understanding of contemporary family issues and empower participants to devise proactive strategies for instigating change. It will examine existing Irish and European policy and support systems affecting the family and will assist participants to acquire a familiarity with skills necessary to relate appropriately with families in…

Adult Disadvantaged & Intercultural Education

The aim of the modules is to provide substantial theoretical and practical continuing professional development for those interested in and/ or working with learners with special educational needs. These standalone on-line blended learning modules involve e-tivities, discussion boards and face-to-face workshops. All on-line modules have a weighting of 15 ECTS. Modules are offered regularly over…

Autistic Spectrum Disorders

The aim of the modules is to provide substantial theoretical and practical continuing professional development for those interested in and/ or working with learners with special educational needs. These standalone on-line blended learning modules involve e-tivities, discussion boards and face-to-face workshops. All on-line modules have a weighting of 15 ECTS. Modules are offered regularly over…

Challenging Behaviour

The aim of the modules is to provide substantial theoretical and practical continuing professional development for those interested in and/ or working with learners with special educational needs. These standalone on-line blended learning modules involve e-tivities, discussion boards and face-to-face workshops. All on-line modules have a weighting of 15 ECTS. Modules are offered regularly over…

Contemporary Developments in Education

Contemporary Developments in Education will provide participants with a thorough professional knowledge and understanding of contemporary educational issues and enable them to analyse and critically reflect on the current challenges at system, school and individual levels. A range of contemporaneous educational developments will be critically explored, such as legislation and policy, commercialism and the growing…

Curriculumm Programme Development & Evaluation

Curriculum/ Programme Development and Evaluation Contemporary developments in Ireland in the areas of education and training require organisations and individuals to display innovation, flexibility and consistency in the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes. An increased emphasis on accountability, value for money and performance management, coupled with awareness of the complementary nature of internal and…

Education - Home Economics

The Master of Education (Home Economics) Degree is an interdisciplinary Postgraduate programme which aims to enhance teaching, learning and research in Home Economics / Home Economics education. The M.Ed. (Home Economics) will facilitate participants to understand and critically evaluate contemporary educational policy and practices in Home Economics / Home Economics education and apply relevant knowledge,…

Education Studies

In recent years phenomenal changes have occurred within the Irish education system. The advent of an era of legislative provision for education and the teaching profession, coupled with an increased emphasis on accountability and transparency, has heralded unprecedented challenges for education policy and practice at system, school and classroom levels. Curricular reforms at both primary…

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