July Stimulus



By Maura O'Shea

Posted: 5 July, 2021

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Following the success of the 2020 July Stimulus programme a second round of modular courses has been announced for 2021.

Due to the very positive response from the previous round of July Stimulus funded Modular Courses, funding for a further round of these Modular courses is now provided.  Details of all the modular courses offered by providers can be found in the link below.  If you are interested in applying for a course, please contact the provider directly for further details on the particular course such as application process, commencement dates, eligibility etc.

The list includes a point of contact for each available course.

Please note learners can only be registered on one publicly funded higher education course whether that be Springboard+, HCI Pillar 1 or July Stimulus Postgraduate or Modular courses.  Learners are not permitted to be registered on two courses in the one academic year.

In the case of modular courses applicants can register on multiple modular courses as long as they don’t exceed 30 credits.

Eligibility criteria for participation on courses is aligned to Springboard criteria which can be found here HEA – Springboard+ (springboardcourses.ie)

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