Kildalton College is the largest Teagasc college providing courses in Agriculture. Kildalton College is popular with students from all over Ireland. The college farm consists of 147 hectares of mixed dairy, tillage and drystock enterprises with an additional 80 hectares leased. These farm enterprises are a vital resource for student training, skills development and skills proficiency testing. The enterprises are also used as monitor farms providing performance and financial information for open days and farm walks. The teaching staff at Kildalton have vast experience and knowledge in the agriculture industry and are on hand to provide guidance and help to students.
Kildalton College offers a wide variety of agricultural courses to prospective students. These courses are provided from an entry point at QQI level five certificate courses with progression in a range of courses to level seven and eight higher degree courses provided primarily in conjunction with Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) and also with University College Dublin (UCD).
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