Atlantic Technological University (ATU)

Atlantic Technological University (ATU)

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LinkPro Consult is the official Atlantic Technological University(ATU) representative 
for the West and East Africa region.  LinkPro gives potential students who want to study at ATU the assistance and guidance they need through each of the processes required for them to secure their admission and start they study in Ireland journey.

Atlantic Technological University (ATU) is one of the largest multi-campus universities in Ireland and has welcomed students from around the world.  ATU offers a diverse range of programmes in its campuses across Connemara, Donegal, Galway City, Mayo, Mountbellew, and Sligo. ATU Sligo is specifically known for the friendly welcome, beautiful location and modern campus.
  

ATU SLIGO

  • Located in the North-West of Ireland
  • 8,600 Students from 33 Countries
  • 80 Full time Courses
  • Modern Contemporary Campus

Why choose ATU Sligo?

  • First in Ireland for Student to lecture ratio
  • 90% of courses include work placement
  • Internationally recognized qualifications
  • 96% of our graduate’s secure employment
  • Lowest Cost of living in Ireland
  • 1-2 Year Stay back Visa
QUALIFICATIONS

Non-EU Qualifications​

To qualify to study at ATU Sligo, for any full time, on-campus undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses you are required to meet minimum international qualification requirements. 

This information is intended as a guide only. Courses will have specific admissions criteria in addition to the minimum requirements. This can include subject requirements, grade requirements, portfolios and interviews. Applicants also have to meet the English Language Requirements for their chosen course.

Countries

Undergraduate – Year 1 Entry

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with Grade B average AND a recognised foundation programme with a minimum score of 60%

Postgraduate Taught

Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant subject from a recognized higher education institution that is considered comparable to a 2:2 Irish Bachelor (Honours) Degree (NQF Level 8). 

Undergraduate – Year 1 Entry

Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) / East African Certificate of Education / Cambridge Overseas Higher School Certificate (COHSC).  As per A-Level requirements. 

A-Levels requirements will vary depending on the course you want to study. However, as a guide to minimum requirements, applicants should have achieved at least 3 A-Levels (Grade C or above) for Bachelor Honours (NQF Level 8) courses

OR 

Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) with Grades 3 to 6 (Pass with Credit) and a recognised Foundation program with minimum score of 60%.

Postgraduate Taught 

Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant subject from a recognised higher education institution that is considered comparable to a 2:2 Irish Bachelor (Honours) Degree (NQF Level 8)

Undergraduate – Year 1 Entry

West African Examinations Council (WAEC) Senior Secondary School Certificate with 6 subjects at Grade C6 or above and a recognised foundation program with minimum score of 60% will be required for Bachelor Honours Degrees (NQF Level 8). 

Postgraduate Taught 

4 Year Bachelor’s Degree or Postgraduate Diploma in a relevant subject from a recognised higher education institution that is considered comparable to a 2:2 Irish Bachelor (Honours) Degree (NQF Level 8).

Undergraduate – Year 1 Entry

West African Examinations Council (WAEC) Senior Secondary School Certificate with 6 subjects at Grade C6 or above AND a recognised foundation program with minimum score of 60% is required for Bachelor Honours Degrees (NQF Level 8). 

Postgraduate Taught 

Bachelor’s Degree in in a relevant subject from a recognised higher education institution that is considered comparable to an Irish Bachelor (Honours) Degree (NQF Level 8).

Undergraduate – Year 1 Entry

National Senior School Certificate with Matriculation. A minimum requirement of 5 subjects with grades 66655 (65%).

Postgraduate Taught 

4 Year Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant subject from a recognised higher education institution that is considered comparable to a 2:2 Irish Bachelor (Honours) Degree (NQF Level 8). 

English Language Requirements​

A list of accepted qualifications and minimum grade requirements for undergraduate and postgraduate courses is provided below. English Language Qualifications are only valid if they have been completed within 2 years of the course start date.

Undergraduate Courses: A minimum score of 5.5. overall (with score of 5.0 in each component) 
Postgraduate Courses: Minimum score of 6.0 overall (with a score of 5.5 in each component

Undergraduate Courses:  A minimum score of 90 (with a minimum of 90 in each section).
Postgraduate Taught Courses: A minimum score of 100 (with a minimum of 100 in each section). 

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