Lifelong Education: A different pathway with Bife

While in many cases students, schools and parents see the CAO as the be all and end all' for those seeking third-level education, nothing could be further from the truth according to Gabriel Allen, de

26th January, 2014
BIFE graduation ceremony where students received honours degrees across a range of subjects.

While in many cases students, schools and parents see the CAO as the be all and end all' for those seeking third-level education, nothing could be further from the truth according to Gabriel Allen, deputy principal at Bray Institute of Further Education (BIFE). ''Over recent years many new avenues have opened up to students to enable them pursue their dream career via a different route,â€

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