Dorset College Dublin

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Application Procedure
    Send the following documents to Passport copy Resume Mark sheet and passing certificate Any other certificate (if any) Work experience (If any)
Admission Requirements
    1. A Completed Application Form (click here to download your application form) 2. High school transcripts 3. C.V. or personal statement 4. English language proficiency certificates (e.g. IELTS/TOEFL) 5. Copy of picture page of your passport. 1. Visa application form 2. Student visa declaration form 3. Education documents from high school and university where applicable 4. English proficiency certificate such as IELTS or TOEFL 5. Evidence of finances - you should be able to demonstrate that you (or your sponsor) have sufficient funds to support your living expenses while in Ireland and be able to meet the cost of the programme. The Immigration office recommends student to have access to €7000 per year for living expenses 6. Proof of Medical Insurance - DC will provide medical insurance for all students 7. Proof of payment 8. Proof of enrolment on the stated course 9. Evidence of previous immigration and travel history, if any 10. Evidence of pervious work experience, if any Please also note that your passport should be valid for a period of six months after the estimated completion date of your course. Once submitted we endeavour to inform you of the decision on your application to Dorset College within 72 hours.
Priority Deadlines
    The Library Services at Dorset College provides access to our well stocked Library. It is located on the second floor at No 8 Belvedere Place Campus (Room 822). The library is accessible at all times during college hours, selected personnel will be available at designated times posted in the library. Learners also have access to computers in the library.
Teaching methodology
    Our learner-focused approach recognises the individual learner’s needs and interests and seeks to enhance their inherent skills and potential and encourage self-reliance and autonomy in personal, academic and life-long learning. Our dedicated student service team provide guidance and support on course related matters in a timely and effective manner to ensure that the learning experience meets the needs of learners. Information is provided on access to Medical, Emergency & Legal services and also for our international learners, information on learner visas, working in Ireland, accommodation and related matters. Learners have access to the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Moodle for details of course content, timetables, examinations, course notes, contact details of further supports, advice, tips on taking exams, stress, presentations etc. Learners have access to information available also through the learner handbook Administrative, management and teaching staff are always available to take questions and discuss academic issues with learners. Learners have access to a reception desk Monday – Thursday 9am-5pm and on Friday up to 3.00 pm. Learners have access to one-to-one support from lecturers and can make appointments where necessary. Learners have access to the Programme Leader for academic and career advice during designated periods and on an as needed basis by appointment. For all international non-native English learners, an ‘Intensive English’ programme from the College’s English as a Second Language department will be made available as a learner support. Learners have access to support with study skills and/or course content through their Programme Leader Learners will have timetabled access to Library & computer laboratories each week. WI-FI is availble through all buildings. Guidance and Pastoral Counselling The Pastoral care is provided by the Programme Leader and course tutors alike. While every effort will be made to offer confidential, impartial and supportive counselling to learners experiencing personal difficulties, every effort shall be made to identify the appropriate professional help available.