Environmental & Sustainability Studies

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Course Content

E n v i r o n m e n ta l & S u s t a i n a b i l i t y S t u d i e s
  • Sustainable Water Management
  • Ecological Field Methods
  • Biological Diversity
  • Communiations
  • Work Experience
  • Environmental Studies
  • Soil Science & Growing Media
  • Applied Permaculture / Permaculture Design
  • Plant Identification & Use

Course Description

Have you an interest or concern regarding the quality of our environment? Want to learn about national and global issues related to sustainability and climate change? Would you like to learn how to make improvements to our environment for the benefit of current and future generations? If this is of interest to you why not begin Environmental and Sustainability Studies at OFI College.


Career Opportunities

Graduates progress to employment in various areas including:

Conservation Services | National Parks |Environmental Agencies |Wildlife Trusts or other
related organisations


We are experiencing a shift toward stricter environmental standards in many areas of society and industry, including waste minimisation, waste management, energy consumption, recycling and water quality.

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Progression to degrees

UL | Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science | Level 8

TCD | Environmental Sciences | Level 8

University of Galway | Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) | Level 8

UCD | Bachelor Agriculture Science | Level 8

DCU| Enviromental Science and Technology | Level 8

TUS | Enviromental Science and Climate | Level 7

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Fees For The Academic Year 2024 – 2025

All courses have a Registration Fee of €30 (non-refundable).

A non-refundable Registration fee of €30 will be payable on acceptance of a PLC place. Essential course materials may be required for some courses the cost of which will be borne by the student.

All fees are subject to change. All fees must be paid with a Credit/Debit card online. No cash is acceptable.

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I studied Engineering Technology at OFI Dundalk. I chose it as it was a way of seeing which type of engineering I wanted to do in the future. The thing I found most enjoyable was the workshop classes. Doing a PLC course has really helped me, it was a path to see if I wanted to do mechanical or aviation studies.

Chris Carey Engineering Technology Graduate, 2020

The year spent in Ó Fiaich Institute was excellent preparation and provided me with the knowledge, skills and confidence to continue my studies at Level 8. The course content was varied, exciting and challenging. I have since progressed to study Level 8 Mechanical Engineering in DkIT. As a mature student, the Engineering Technology course was the perfect springboard to further my career.

E Mc Cluskey Engineering Technology Graduate, 2018