Hibernia College offers the flexibility to realise your life’s ambitions
Antoinette McGuinness fulfilled a long-held ambition when she left the world of banking behind to retrain as a primary school teacher with Hibernia College.
Not only did she graduate with a Higher Diploma in Arts in Primary Education, she was also awarded the INTO Vere Foster Medal for the best result in teaching placement. It’s a just reward for someone who made a lot of personal sacrifices in order to achieve her goal.
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