Thursday, 25 February 2010


The Cork College of Commerce, which has provided a second chance for many over the years, was established in 1908 and is now the largest post-leaving certificate college in Ireland. In my days, it was known as the School of Commerce.
Now under the watchful eye of the Further Education and Training Awards Council (FETAC), the aims are still much the same: to help leaving cert students make the jump from second to third level and to help other adults continue their further education.
It is highly regarded by the third level colleges and institutions of technology and has a long time close relationship with most of the professional bodies in business. Running both full time day courses, and a night school, the College offers hundreds of courses across computing, business studies, office administration, applied languages, health studies, beauty therapy, complementary therapy, childcare, fashion, travel, tourism, adult Leaving Certificate, professional courses, leisure courses, repeat for honours, and general interest courses.
Tel: +353 214 222 10
There is a lively social scene in the college and you can see more at:

Check out my review of College of Commerce Cork - I am cork - on Qype

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