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Anne Kinsella
Your Letters
by Anne Kinsella - Thursday, 12 June 2014, 2:27 PM
 

Remember the letters you all wrote with Eimear Burke when you came to Kimmage last September.  Now is the time to have a look back at what you wrote. 

Please collect your letter from the Library Desk before you leave us.

 
Anne Kinsella
Library Closing Time- Saturdays
by Anne Kinsella - Monday, 10 March 2014, 1:14 PM
 

A reminder that the library closes at 5.00pm on Saturday.There has been a reluctance to leave on the part of some students. Our neighbours in the Spiritan community have already made representations regarding lights on in the library late in the evening at weekends.

Alison now has a key for the library door and will be locking the library door at the designated time. I would ask you to please cooperate in this matter and to vacate the building when requested to do so.

Also, please do not leave dirty cups and water bottles  in the library. If you have  used a cup, take it with you when you leave.

Thank You.

 
Paddy Reilly, Executive Director KDSC
Michel de Verteuil CSSp ( 5 June 1929 - 5 January 2014 )
by Paddy Reilly - Tuesday, 4 February 2014, 9:22 AM
 

Michel de Verteuil CSSp    ( 5 June 1929 - 5 January 2014 )

A special memorial service is to be held in honour of Fr Michel de Verteuil CSSp on Sunday, 9 February, 2014 in Kimmage Manor (at 3pm) – all are welcome.

We wish to pay our respects to the memory of Michel who was, for more than 15 years, a regular and valued contributor to the Development Studies programme at KDSC.Read the rest of this topic(210 words)...

 

Since its foundation in 1974, Kimmage DSC has facilitated education and training for development professionals working in a range of occupations from over sixty five countries worldwide.

Programmes on offer reflect a combination of formal and non-formal educational methodologies and are run at undergraduate ordinary bachelor (BA) and post graduate (MA and Postgraduate Diploma) levels, with options to study on a full-time or part-time basis.

Courses provide hands-on practical training whilst also providing an opportunity for participants to become fully familiar with relevant theories of development.
All courses run in KDSC and one run on an outreach basis (see MS-TCDC link under BA course) are accredited by the Higher Education and Training Awards Council (HETAC).

In Ireland, HETAC (http://www.hetac.ie) is the statutory body for the approval and recognition of third level courses held outside the University system.

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