The National College of Ireland (NCI) in Dublin, established in 1951 as a collaboration between the Jesuits in Ireland and Irish trade unions, is a not-for-profit, state-aided higher education institution. Originally named the Catholic Workers College, Dublin, it now offers full and part-time undergraduate and postgraduate courses in business, computing, psychology, and education.

NCI’s specialized programs are provided through its School of Business, School of Computing, and Center for Education and Lifelong Learning, with qualifications recognized globally. The college collaborates with professional bodies to ensure courses meet industry needs.


Source: European Digital Skills & Jobs Platform


Digital technology / specialisation

  • Digital skills

Geographic Scope - Country

  • Ireland

Target audience

  • Digital skills in education.