29 May 2022

University Postgraduate and Part-time Programmes at St Angela’s

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St Angela’s College, Sligo once again invites applications for their range of postgraduate and part-time programmes starting in September 2022.

St Angela’s College, Sligo once again invites applications for their range of postgraduate and part-time programmes starting in September 2022.

The College has further developed some programmes to be delivered completely online, whilst other programmes will continue to be delivered using a blended learning approach, allowing students to meet and work with their peers.

“Our postgraduate and part-time programmes have been designed in such a way that those with busy working lives or family commitments can choose to study at their own pace,” explains Dr Amanda McCloat, College President.

“Our blended learning model means that occasionally, students get to meet and interact - it can be a chance to share ideas and network in professional or likeminded circles - something we have greatly missed these past two years.”

With a range of programmes to choose from, offered by the School of Education; the Centre for Special Educational Needs, Inclusion and Diversity; the School of Home Economics; the National Centre of Excellence for Home Economics; and the School of Nursing, Health Sciences and Disability Studies - there are also standalone modules and optional exit routes available.

Subject to incorporation, St Angela’s College will become one of nine campuses across the new Atlantic Technological University which will be designated in April 2022, this means that St Angela’s students starting this September will be awarded a qualification from the Atlantic TU.

Dr McCloat continues, “For anyone considering postgraduate or part-time studies this year, you’re joining us at a very exciting time as we continue to develop our programmes, research and collaboration with colleagues across the Atlantic TU, particularly the Sligo campuses. As always, our dedicated staff will be there to support all our postgraduate and part-time students who wish to advance their career or undertake a programme of interest to them.”

Places on programmes are limited, and many have an application closing date coming soon so to avoid disappointment, indicate your expression of interest or submit an application now. For more details visit

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