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Advise on IT Tallaght and part time course

  • 15-06-2016 1:39pm
    Registered Users Posts: 134 ✭✭ Corbally

    I'd be grateful if anyone can share their experience or give me some advice regarding ITT and the course I'm interested in.

    I'm hoping to do the part time course 'Higher Certificate in Engineering in Electronic Engineering' with an aim to go on and do the degree. Does anyone have any advice about or experience in this course? Are the lecturers good and is the workload manageable with a full time job?

    Any other opinions or experience in ITT? Does it have a bad reputation? Does reputation make a difference when trying to find a job after the degree? I'm not worried about facilities or sports societies etc.

    Thanks lads


  • Registered Users Posts: 43 aido1603

    Hey, Graduated from ITT last year after spending 4 years there, really good college, small classes compared to the likes of UCD and all (Maybe like 30 - 50 students, smaller for part time courses I would guess) so you get to know your class mates and lectures really well. I studied Advertising & Marketing communications so not the same field but in the advertising industry the course is really well known and many people in my class have been employed in the industry.

    Definitely recommend ITT :)

  • Registered Users Posts: 11 foolofatook

    Hi there. I’m interested in this course myself. I’d appreciate hearing what you think of it and how it’s going!