CAO: Students enjoy a ‘common purpose’

14th June, 2015
CAO: Students enjoy a ‘common purpose’
Dr Annie Doona, president of Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology)

It’s very difficult for most 17- or 18-year-olds to make definitive CAO choices, unless they are totally focused on a specific career. For those less sure, or those hoping to hedge their bets by taking a broader approach to third-level education, the CAO change of mind opportunity is invaluable.

“From a student perspective, the CAO change of mind window allows applicants to engage in more research into chosen programmes and colleges,” said Dr...

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