St. Angela’s College in Sligo has offered a number of postgraduate and adult education programs over the years, and 2021 will be no exception. In fact, the college has evolved some programs to be offered entirely online to bring them to an international audience, while other programs continue to offer a blended learning approach that allows students to meet their peers on a set schedule to meet and work with them structure for all tastes.

“Our postgraduate and adult education programs are designed to allow those with busy work or family responsibilities to study at their own pace,” said Amanda McCloat, college president. “Our blended learning model means that from time to time students can meet and interact in a safe classroom. In our opinion, this is also important in learning at any level. It can be an opportunity to exchange ideas and network in familiar circles. ”

The past year has given many people time to reflect and reflect on their professional development. Perhaps now is the time to take your education or consider a course based on personal interest. With more than 20 programs to choose from offered by the college’s three schools – Education; Housekeeping; and nursing, health and disability studies – there are also stand-alone modules and optional exit routes available. All awards are accredited by NUI Galway, which brings worldwide recognition and an affordable addition to any resume.

Ms. McCloat continues, “For anyone considering a graduate or part-time course in September, we invite you to check our college website for the most up-to-date information and deadline dates. As always, our dedicated staff will be there to support all of our postgraduate and adult education students returning to their chosen field of study. “

For more information and to request a Prospectus for Postgraduate / Adult Education 2021, please visit