Career’s Office opening times
Offering students one-to-one appointments Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
Weekly Lunchtime Drop-in service
A Lunchtime Drop-in service is available for students every Thursday so that students can;
- Make appointments
- Borrow Books
- Get Information
Check Career’s Notice-board regularly for Open Days and Scholarships Information
All Open Days are on the Calendar of Events at www.qualifax.ie
HPAT information on www.hpat-ireland
Studying in the UK www.ucas.com
UKCAT Info on www.ukcat.ac.uk
Studying in the United Kingdom application deadline
Some courses have a 15th of October application deadline, click here to check which ones:
15th October applications for Oxford, Cambridge, and most courses in medicine, dentistry and veterinary medicine/science should arrive at UCAS by 18:00 (UK time).
15th January– Deadline for most undergraduate courses in the UK
Central Applications Office (CAO)
Applications open on 5th November, early online closing 20th of January, click here for further information: Central Applications Office (CAO)
- For the timetable of all College Open Days, Careers exhibitions dates, please click here:
Future Career Events
- Worksheet to help prepare for a Career Event, please click here:
Choosing a Third Level College Career Event Preparation Worksheet
Some Useful Websites
Our Career Guidance Service
We have a very active career guidance service, working hard with our students from the beginning of First Year to the end of Leaving Cert. and even beyond.
We aim to support our students from day one in Presentation College, easing the transition between primary and secondary school. We get to know all our students personally, helping with the routine tasks of school life, such as subject choice, study skills, exam technique and transition from Junior to Senior Cycle. We also provide personal counselling – a confidential service to assist students with personal and social problems should they arise. When it comes to leaving Currylea, we aim for our students to enter the world of Third Level education, or work, well prepared. To that end, we have established good relationships with colleges and companies.
Local employers are invited into the school to conduct mock interviews with Leaving Cert. students, and representatives from Third Level Colleges visit the school annually to speak to senior students about programmes and courses offered in Ireland and the U.K. Assistance is given with researching careers, visits to open days are arranged and help and support is on offer with C.A.O. applications and preparation for interviews.