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About SCFE

Sallynoggin College of Further Education
Pearse Street
Sallynoggin
Dún Laoghaire
Co. Dublin

Tel: 01-2852997 Fax: 01-2848437 Email: reception@scfe.ie Website: www.scfe.ie

Principal: Tom Taylor
Deputy Principal: Patricia O’Brien

Coláiste Breisoideachais an Naigín
Sráid an Phiarsaigh
An Naigín
Dún Laoghaire
Co. Átha Cliath
Fón: 01-2852997 Facs: 01-2848437 R-phost: reception@scfe.ie Idirlíon: www.scfe.ie Príomhoide: Tom Taylor Príomhoide Tánaisteach: Patricia O’Brien

Sallynoggin College of Further Education reserves the right to amend, re-structure or cancel any course.
Coinníonn Coláiste Breisoideachais an Naigín an ceart aon chúrsa a athrú, a athstruchtúrú nó a chur ar ceal.

The information, literature or application form, do not constitute a contract between Sallynoggin College of Further Education and any third party. Sallynoggin College of Further Education is registered with FETAC to offer programmes leading to QQI/FETAC awards in the National Framework of Qualifications.
Ní chomhdhéanann eolas, litríocht nó foirm iarratais conradh idir Choláiste Breisoideachais an Naigín agus aon tríú páirtí. Tá Coláiste Breisoideachais an Naigín cláraithe le FETAC chun cláir a ofráil as a dtiocfaidh dámhachtain QQI/FETAC sa Chreat Náisiúnta Cáilíochtaí

Mission Statement
Sallynoggin College of Further Education is committed to providing a dynamic range of further education courses in response to industry, community and learner needs.

Ráiteas Misin
Tá Coláiste Breisoideachais an Naigín tiomanta do réimse dinimiciúil cúrsaí breisoideachais a sholáthar mar fhreagairt ar riachtanais tionsclaíochta, pobail agus riachtanais an fhoghlaimeora.

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Graduation Video

View a video of some of our students at their graduation 2014

Admissions & Enrolment Procedure

Step 1 – Application
Apply online. Application is open from January 1st to September 30th each year. Information on the availability of course places is regularly updated on the website. Application is acknowledged by email. There is no application fee.
Step 2 – Interview
All applicants are invited for interview (or audition and interview in the case of Dance and Performing Arts). Most Creative Studies courses require applicants to bring samples (portfolio) of their work to interview. This information is included with the interview notification. If in doubt, please contact the College office. Places are offered on a firstcome, first-served basis, based on suitability.
Step 3 – Acceptance of Place
A place is secured by payment of a non-refundable acceptance fee of €40.00, which should be paid promptly after offer, either on-line or by returning the Acceptance form, with €40.00, to the College office.
Step 4 – Registration
After acceptance of a place and payment of the €40.00 acceptance fee, learners are invited to register as a student of SCFE. Registration usually takes place in late August/early September, and written notification of registration requirements is sent out in July. Where course places become available during August/September, late registration is offered up to the end of September.
Step 5 – Commencement
Classes usually commence in mid-September, and all learners are notified at registration of induction and commencement arrangements.

Course Charges

There are no tuition fees, however, there are costs attached to all courses. These include an acceptance fee, payable after a place has been offered and accepted, a PLC levy, student services charge, examination fees and charges for course materials, payable at registration or by arrangement with the College. Details of course charges are available on the SCFE website, www.scfe.ie. Where a learner makes application to repeat a year, by agreement with SCFE, the normal course charges will apply.

International applicants (Non-EA)

SCFE welcomes applications from international learners. Non-EA applicants (from outside the EU, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland) are required to comply with Irish immigration requirements, and are required to pay the economic cost of the course, as determined by the Department of Education & Skills, in addition to SCFE course charges. For further information see www.education.ie/www.garda.ie