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Situated in its own grounds in the heart of Carlow town, the college has educated generations of educators, politicians, writers and public officials. 

 

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Registration is now open for new and returning students. Please click on the button below to submit your application to our admissions office for processing.

 

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If you are thinking of studying abroad for a year or a semester, make Carlow College your first choice, Ireland’s oldest Catholic third level college.

 

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Our P.J. Brophy Library facility was built in 1888 and designed by the architect William Hague, today it is a thriving centre of learning activity.

 

 

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If you are looking for a third level college with courses that are exciting and rewarding, where lecturers know your name and offer you guidance and support; where the student community is welcoming and inclusive, Carlow College is the place for you!

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Upcoming Events

Public Lecture: "A Shrine to Paganism” and “Devil Worship" at 1.00pm

Tuesday 5 December 2017
Location: Cobden Hall
 
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Latest News

Whose Memory Is It? Examining memory distortion of the 9/11 terrorist attacks

Carlow College, St Patrick’s marks the launch of Dr Candice Condon’s new book ‘Effects of Interpersonal Relationships on Shared Reminiscence’ 
11/13/2017 3:24 PM | Carlow College

Conferring of Awards

Conferring at Carlow College, St Patricks helping students to Settle, Stay Succeed

 

Carlow College, St Patrick’s, Ireland’s second oldest College celebrates the 2017 Conferring of Awards today, 10 November in the Cathedral of the Assumption, Carlow. 

11/9/2017 4:22 PM | Carlow College

Carlow College, St. Patrick's & Trinity College Dublin Public Lecture; “Religious Language according to Three Irish Bishops"

Dr Kenneth Pearce, (Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin) will present a lecture on “Religious Language according to Three Irish Bishops” on 14 November 2017, at 1pm, in Cobden Hall, Carlow College, St. Patrick’s 

11/9/2017 4:15 PM | Carlow College