Kilroy's College


Kilroy's College

Kilroy's College is a distance learning institution based in Dublin, Ireland.

History

The school was founded in 1932 by P.J. Kilroy and originally know as the 'Irish Correspondence College'.

The school was taken over by Charles Kilroy in the 1960's. His son, Patrick Kilroy took over running of Kilroy's College in 1999.

Courses were initially offered by correspondence education, and aimed primarily at adult learners. In 1937, the school began teaching Leaving Certificate subjects to school leaving students.

ee also

*Distance Education
*Education in the Republic of Ireland

External links

* [http://www.kilroyscollege.ie Kilroy's College distance learning Ireland]
* [http://www.kilroyscollege.co.uk Kilroy's College home study UK]
* [http://www.nightcourses.com Nightcourses.com - Ireland's National Education Database]


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