Hello, Limerick College of Further Education has detected that you are using an outdated version of Internet Explorer. If possible we strongly urge you to update your browser or switch over to Chrome or Firefox so you can enjoy the full user experience of our website and avail of all the features!
Close This Message'
Full
Time
Apply
Part
Time
Apply
Contact
LCFE
Courses

New Courses for 2019/2020

26/Sep/2018

LCFE is excited to launch its Prospectus 2019/2020.

Limerick College of Further Education (LCFE) recently launched its new Prospectus of full-time Courses for the 2019/2020 academic year. Containing information on over seventy different courses the prospectus is available in print as well as an online version downloadable from the website.

 

The new prospectus also outlines several new programmes the College is planning to offer in 2019/20 including:

 

  • Payroll & HR Administration
  • Computer Games Programming
  • Art, Design and Three Dimensional Portfolio
  • Retail Practice and Blogging for Fashion
  • Interior Design Skills and Portfolio
  • Computer Games Design
  • Digital Media Production
  • Pre Physiotheraphy/Sports Therapy

 

Commenting, Pat Maunsell, LCFE Principal, said: “We are delighted to launch our new prospectus for the forthcoming academic year.  We have reviewed our courses and added new ones in order to meet the demands of learners and employers. I invite you to view our prospectus and come and visit the College on our Open Day on Thursday 24 January 2019.”

 

In a period of significant change for the Further Education and Training sector, LCFE is responding, according to Pat Maunsell: “We are positioning the College to be a major player in the education landscape of the Mid-West. LCFE is already the largest FE College in the region. We have exciting expansion plans and are continually adapting our programmes to better meet the needs of our customers.”

LCFE Side Image
x
This provision is co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014 – 2020.