Distance learning gets a new home

A Dublin-based provider of distance learning courses to students around the country is expanding in response to growing demand for its services.

19th March, 2011

A Dublin-based provider of distance learning courses to students around the country is expanding in response to growing demand for its services.

Harry Walsh, president of the Open College, said it would move this month to a new 1,800 square foot premises in Cornelscourt in south Dublin as a result of a recent rise in staff and student numbers. ‘‘We need more room to cope with our dramatic development over the last 12 months. We...

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