Programme Co-ordinators administer the daily management of all courses in the college. The school administration offices are located in Room 3.03 on the 3rd floor. Please follow signs provided.
The programme co-ordinators can help you with course information, queries around timetables and any issues or concerns you may have while completing your studies with NCI. You will be assigned a specific programme co-ordinator depending on your course of study.
All students should enrol on the School of Business or School of Computing information page on Moodle. Here you will find all required details for your programme such as your Programme Director, Programme Co-ordinator, Continual Assessment schedule and Programme Handbook.
You can contact a Programme Co-ordinator by emailing:
School of Business - SOBoffice@ncirl.ie
School of Computing – SOCoffice@ncirl.ie
The Library – we have a range of services and all the information is just a click away from the front page of the college website.
The Library Essentials – starting out as a new student, the best place to find the information you need to know is our Library Essentials guide.
Opening Hours & Access – take a look at when we’re open and how best to access the library.
Finding Books – once you start looking at your reading lists, you’ll need to know how to find a book in the library.
Borrowing & Renewing Books – how you can borrow books, how they are renewed and how you can keep an eye on your library account.
Computers, Printing & Photocopying – all you need to know about using the PCs or your own devices in the library and how to use the printers and photocopiers.
Library Online Resources – instead of just searching the internet, we highly recommend you use the library's online resources to help you discover the best information for your assignments.
Discovery – another way of accessing the library’s online resources is by using the library search engine Discovery.
Referencing & Avoiding Plagiarism – when writing your assignments, you will be asked to reference the information you use and avoid plagiarism; this guide helps you better understand what’s required.
Academic Integrity – check out our guide on academic integrity to get a better understanding of your lecturers’ expectations for your assignments.
Library Help Centre – you can get advice and assistance from the Library Help Centre to help you with your assignments and research.
International Students – if you are an international student, you may find adjusting to college life a little more challenging; this guide is designed to help you make that adjustment.
Contact Us - As you begin your course, please don’t hesitate to ask us for help; drop into the library, call us on 01-4498590 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Important note: All Springboard students, regardless of employment status, are required to fill out the Career Bridge Registration which will be emailed to you at the start of Semester 1.
Embedded into each programme schedule, Career Bridge is delivered across all semesters for both online and face-to-face students and appears on final transcripts. Students are required to engage with Career Bridge by completing module assignments, attending classes and coaching sessions, and visiting relevant career events and career fairs both on and off campus at times that may be outside their timetable. Module assessments are practical and related to the students’ career aspirations.
Up to 86% of graduates from the 2017 cohort used their course, with the help of the Career Bridge module, to successfully change job roles. We work with industry partners and students who are unemployed or in unrelated work to identify suitable relevant employment/placement opportunities. We work proactively and collaboratively with students, through workshops and targeted interventions, to help them search for, identify and secure relevant employment or placement.
The reality is that placements, in today’s environment, are usually paid and lead to more permanent roles. Relevant Employment / Placement can be completed within the course timeline, generally 2nd or 3rd semester in a 1-year course, or commenced within 3 months of course completion.
If you have questions relating to Career Bridge, you can contact:
Orla O'Sullivan - email@example.com
In the Learning and Teaching Office you will find the Student Support team who are available to help you in a variety of areas. Through their “Getting to Grips” sessions, they will help you with academic support. You will also find the Disability Support service here who can provide learning, assistive technology, exam support and more.
If you need any help while in NCI drop into the Learning and Teaching Office beside reception, the team are always happy to offer a listening ear, have a chat or they can link you with the college counsellor and medical service.
The Students’ Union is your voice in the college. Whether it’s issues concerning your course or the college entertainments, student welfare, clubs & societies or entertainments, the Executive team represent all NCI students and provide support for any problems you face throughout your time here.
The SU space is one of the social hubs of college. A great place to relax, here you’ll find pool tables, games consoles, casual seating space and the Executive offices. Events are held throughout the year and all students are encouraged to get involved.
You can find out all about the SU on their website.
Have a look at the published Academic Calendar to assist you with your planning over the coming year