The CAO have send out the second round of offers this morning to hopeful third-level students.
More than 2,573 offers were made this morning; 1,470 for Level 8 courses and 1,103 Level 6/7 courses.
Nationally, courses at third-level institutions have fallen by 5 to 10 points on average, giving students who missed out by 5 points on the first round a chance to get enrolled on their ideal course.
At Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Level 8 courses have fluctuated since round one. Honours Batchelor’s degrees in Visual Communication and Graphic Design fell by 25 points, Health and Social Care fell by 15 points, and Psychiatric nursing decreased by 10 points. Business with a language shot up on the second round, going from 210 points to 270.
For level 6 and 7 courses, Agricultural Technology fell from 220 to 165, Agriculture fell from 250 to 225, Early Childhood Care, Health and Education went from 190 to 160, and Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Science fell 15 points.
Level 8 courses
Level 6 & 7