Yocket’s Grad School Finder is tool specially designed for Yocket users. You can enter your prefered course, academic details, exam results, essay and extra curricular ratings and get a specially curated list of universities for your profile.Read More
Our developers here at Yocket have worked especially hard to come up with this feature. We use big data and artificial intelligence to help predict the chances of you getting an admit from a university for a particular course. You can use this feature along with our grad school finder or click on the course of your choice on the University’s review page!Read More
This feature can be used to compare two or more universities. It displays comparisons based on Cost of studying, Scholarships, Weather, Location, Ranking, and so much more!!.Read More
Given is a set of universities, third parties and government institutions that offer scholarship opportunities to international students wanting to pursue their studies abroad.Read More
The Undergrad College Finder is a great way to commence your journey to your dream University for your Bachelors. You just have to enter your Test Scores (SAT/ACT scores, average of your scores in High School) and fill your Academic Profile (name of the Board and latest Institute attended) and thereafter get a specially curated list of the 12 Universities for your profile, classified under Ambitious, Target & Safe.Read More
The National College of Art and Design was created in 1746 as a pioneer for the study of art in Ireland. The college initially started out as a drawing school before it was taken over by the Dublin society and made what it is today. This college has trained and raised prominent artists and designer and is still in the business of doing so. Its work has pushed forward the study of art in Ireland.
The college is a non- profit institution, accredited by the Department of education and skills in Ireland. The school is prestigiously ranked in different capacities. According to QS World University Rankings, it is ranked among the top 100 best art colleges in the world; a position which it has maintained unfailingly through the years. And recently, it has been climbing up this ranking ladder and is now the 40th best in the world, though it is ranked by some other institutions to be 17th.
*Average tuition fee is only an indicator of the estimate annual cost for Arts courses at NCAD. Course specific tuition fee may vary and it's best to refer to the university's [official website]. An estimate of the average tuition fee at National College of Art and Design in Indian Rupees is INR 11,60,000 as of 5 Dec 2019.
The college since its inception has been situated at central Dublin, but after a great while in 1980, it was moved to an area called historic Liberties area. The college is built on six acres of lands. It is situated very close to the Church of St Augustine and St John, which is one of the most artistic church buildings around. It is adorned all around with stained glasses. A few minutes’ walks from the college are the Jurys Inn Christchurch which is one of the most prominent hotels close to the school; the hotel has a lot to offer. Its restaurant is very stylish, while the café serves coffee in a contemporary style in addition to this it also has pubs and bars. A little further from the hotel is the Dublin's high street shopping area, which is a great marketplace for any student to venture into to buy his or her necessities.
The campus is a combination of both old school and contemporary types of buildings, the biggest building on campus is the Granary building which is five-story-tall, the building dates back to 1817. Most of the main buildings on campus are this old.
Some of its notable infrastructures are: the Edward Murphy Library which is close to the granary, this library houses over 960,000 materials, the materials it holds are from different timelines and centuries. After this the National Irish Visual Arts Library which is situated just by the clock building, this building is mostly used by the students for research purposes. The college also owns an exhibition building, the NCAD gallery which for exhibitions domestically and internationally.
Apart from these, the college also has a workshop called Distillers Press which purpose is to enlighten and train the students on the fundamentals of typography and image making.
The college doesn’t have any accommodation of its own but has recently rented on a permanent basis a sizable number of lodges from a body named Highlight Student Living. This is an awesome move in regard to the class and quality of the building which has 257 rooms. The building is very neat, secure and big enough for roommates to share with each other; every student that registers gets a room though they might have to share something’s like the kitchen, sometimes the room itself.
Apart from this, the college has an office, the Erasmus office whose main duty is to connect students to local rental bodies, hotels, and any other medium needed to get good accommodation.
The city of Dublin is where NCAD is, the city is by the ocean giving it a humid atmosphere all year round. It rains ceaselessly at Dublin round the year; though it is light in comparison to the other cities around it, where it is quite heavy. There is also a difference in the downpour, the downpour, and frequency of the rain varies according to the different months and seasons in the year. Snow seldom falls in Dublin, and when it does most of the time it is not heavy. In spring the weather the weather becomes hot, though moderately. The spring season is the sunniest period in Dublin and by the month of May, the weather slowly starts reducing and becoming cooler. Then in the summer, which lasts from June to August, the heat reduces and hot days become very scarce to find, the days are mostly wet and sometimes rainy. In autumn the winds take over, though it is not that strong in Dublin.
The college has over 750 full-time students and over 800 students who are doing other programs, who all study in an environment that adheres to very high educational standards. The staffs generally have this strong belief in the use of art and design as an instrument for change and influence. The National College of Art and Design, offers courses in art and design education to different degree levels, for the Undergraduate level the school offers fashion, interaction and Product Design, Textile Art & Artifact, Jewelry & Objects, Sculpture & Expanded Practice and many like courses. Postgraduates have the largest array of courses to offer, while the Continuing Education students have the fewest courses to offer.
There are several financial aid options in Dublin. NCAD offers 12 scholarships, and also has a student assistance scheme and childcare support. The school provides these opportunities mostly for financially disadvantaged students, though it is available to a limited number of students, because of the unavailability of funds.
There are also other opportunities for students from different regions like those from Africa, England and Russia, and China, to benefit from these scholarships students are to check with authorities in charge of grants which most of the time is their local embassy office, but this is only available for those students who have declared residency in Ireland.
The college has an unbiased system of employment, it gives equal opportunities to people seeking employment from different fields, races, and beliefs, in fact, the college thrives on the fact that its staff body is diversified.
The college also provides guidance, training to its students all aimed at getting them to decide a career and Make adequate preparations for it. It does this through a body called Careers Advisory Service which makes available to its students day to day information concerning their choice of career, and employment.
The National College of Art and Design has an environment that brings to birth the artistic potential in its students, because of its adherence to high academic standards. The college operates with the understanding that each and every one of its students is born uniquely creative, this is what it struggles to make bare by continually reviewing and adjusting its curriculum, employing qualified staffs and upgrading its facilities.