Tuesday October 20, 2020

Student numbers up 70% at new third-level college

Student numbers at IBAT College, a third level college in Dublin that opened last September, are set to rise by 70 per cent this year.

7th April, 2012

Student numbers at IBAT College, a third level college in Dublin that opened last September, are set to rise by 70 per cent this year. Just under 2,000 fee-paying students are expected to attend the college on Wellington Quay in the city centre, this year.

Sixty new jobs have been created at the college in the lecturing, administration and marketing departments. Dr Ed Walsh, the founding president of the University of Limerick, joined IBAT's board last month...

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