- Bachelor Degree 3 years.
- Bachelor /Hons) 4 years.
- Higher Certificate 2 years.
- Work while you study.
- EU/EAA students € 4,600 to € 5,950 (general undergraduate) and € 1,360 (FETAC).
- Non-EU/EAA students € 7,000 to € 9,000 (general undergraduate).
Graduates of FETAC Certificates may qualify for entry to specified third level programmes through the CAO. This programme provides you with a pathway to further qualifications and higher education qualifications at Level 7 and beyond, for example, the BA in Early Childhood Studies at NUI Galway.
FETAC Advanced Certificate in Supervision in Childcare - Level 6 , Galway Business School. This is a direct entry programme which means that you will be accepted onto the programme through a combination of secondary school results, experience, maturity and interview. For students under 21, a minimum of five passes in the Leaving Certificate or equivalent is required. Duration 20 weeks.