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What is the National Framework of Qualifications?

Posted by Francis O' Toole on February 5, 2008

laytown-beach-two.jpgIf you get a qualification from the Department of Education or FETAC or HETAC or some University you get it at a certain level in the ten-level framework.  The Junior Cert is at level 3, LC and many PLC are at level 5, if you get a higher cert in college level 6, an ordinary degree is level 7 and an honours degree is level 8, masters level 9 and level 10 is Doctorate. More information http://www.nqai.ie

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2 Responses to “What is the National Framework of Qualifications?”

  1. clare said

    I have level 7 in a course, is it possible to go back to college and do level 8?

  2. Yes, this is called a one year (add-on) – contact the college where you did your studies or look at other comparable courses.
    Level 8 is an honours degree.

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