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Learn about the Irish identity in a Hibernian College course Photo by: Google Images

Dublin college launches online course in exploring the creation of the Irish identity

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Learn about the Irish identity in a Hibernian College course Photo by: Google Images

In perfect harmony with Ireland’s push for tourism, Hibernia College is offering a free online course where students will dive into a sea of literature, poetry, theatre, film, language, art, sport and landscape that plans to create an understanding for the multifaceted Irish identity.

The course features a number of contributions from prominent Irish doctors, authors, filmmakers, businessmen and others.

With The Gathering in shouting distance, the Irish tourism industry, which is accused of, “reaching out and inviting it to come here,” by Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Jimmy Deenihan, will hope to see the course catalyze more vacationing and consumer spending.

The institution behind it all, Hibernia College, is known to put a focus on high quality career relevant education and sees themselves as, “a leader in the delivery of internationally accredited blended and online learning programmes.”

The school is now Ireland’s largest producer of qualified primary school teachers. 

‘Exploring Irish Identity‘ will be broken up into 8 two hour presentations starting May 27th and only requires registration at atmooc.hiberniacollege.com.

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