Mallow College of Further Education

Cork ETB QQI (FETAC) Level 5 & 6 Courses

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Please note that Mallow College of Further Education policies are under constant review and will be updated from time to time. Courses are continually developed – content and specific award components are subject to change. While every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this prospectus is accurate at the time of publication, course content is reviewed on an ongoing basis which may result in course modification. The information in this prospectus is intended to act as a guide to a person seeking admission to Mallow College of Further Education and shall not be deemed to constitute a contract between the College and any third party. Mallow College of Further Education reserves the right to amend,… Read More

Exam Regulations

Examinations: Regulations and Notice for Candidates 2016 Candidates are required to be in attendance at least five minutes before the commencement of each examination. Unless permitted to do so by the Supervisor, candidates (i) will not be admitted to the Examination Room if they are more than five minutes late (ii) will not be allowed to return to the Examination Room having left it. A valid Student Card or other photographic ID must be displayed for inspection by the Supervisor at each examination. Candidates are required to enter carefully in the Answer Books the several particulars required. If candidates require anything during the examination, they should call the attention of the Supervisor by raising a hand. Under no circumstances should… Read More