Guidance Counsellor

The College offers a Career Guidance and Counselling service. This service provides support for students in the following areas to ensure their college experience is a positive one:

  • The guidance service offers advice to students enabling them make informed choices in relation to further study options and career choice.
  • The counselling service provides a confidential environment in which students can explore personal issues which may be causing them concern.
  • Learning support is available to students who may be experiencing difficulty settling into College life. Advice and support in areas such as Study Skills, Time Management, and any issues around the preparation for exams and assignment writing are available.
Guidance Counsellor

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Stillorgan College of Further Education
Old Dublin Road
Stillorgan
Co. Dublin

P 01 2880704
F 01 2832207
E admin@stillorgancollege.ie

10 Reasons To Apply

Offers student-centred education in a friendly and supportive atmosphere
High standard of results
Excellent track record of facilitating progression to Higher Education
Offers nationally and internationally recognised qualifications
Diverse student body with an inclusive ethos
Central location in South Dublin with good links to public transport and on-site parking
Dedicated staff who have relevant industry experience
Strong emphasis by staff on meeting the individual needs of all students
Excellent facilities - there is a very high ratio of computers to students with up-to-date equipment and industry-standard software
Because we’re a small college, we have greater flexibility in supporting the needs of students than larger institutions

TESTIMONIALS

"The course is very well organised and the tutors are approachable. I feel this course teaches me not just about Art, but life skills, communication and presentation."

Marie Burke
Art Foundation Student 2011/2012

"All the subjects on the course [Event Management] were relevant and they helped me when I went into the degree course because I had already studied parts of them. I feel like all the subjects I did now stand to me and I learned a lot in the year."

Cliona McGrath
Progressed to Degree Programme in DIT