This page is reviewed daily and was last updated on Tuesday, 13th October, 2020.
NCI campus is prepared to reopen, having installed the facilities required for monitoring, hygiene and social distancing, and implementing capacity controls. Staff and students are instructed NOT to attend the College Campus EXCEPT as agreed with your line manager, or as timetabled by your programme coordinator, or by other appointment.
At NCI, we have invested in and are prepared for dual delivery of course material, and similarly for continuity of all support services, academic and other, both remotely and in person, which allows us to be responsive to any changes in HSE advice/Government instruction.
In response to the latest announcement by Government in relation to COVID-19 restrictions for Dublin, National College of Ireland has decided that all induction sessions for new and returning students, and all face-to-face scheduled on-campus events will now be delivered remotely, including for Semester 1 2020/21. The campus will remain open, but for essential attendance only. Detailed information is available in our news section.
Further updates are being emailed directly to students on a regular basis. It is vital that students continue to keep checking
Moodle and their college email.
The College advises staff and students to continue to observe best practice in protecting themselves from COVID-19, and in limiting the possibility of spreading infection:
- Wash your hands properly and regularly
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when you cough and sneeze
- Observe social distancing
- Wear a face covering on public transport and in spaces where social distancing is not possible
- Wear a face mask on the NCI campus
Visit the HSE website for the most up-to-date and accurate information.
The College will continue to update this page, and will contact staff and students directly as and when circumstances change.