Friendly atmosphere and great support from lecturers were just some things Kate enjoyed at WIT

Humanities
Kate O'Brien, Early Childhood Studies (WD149)

Kate O'Brien, Early Childhood Studies (WD149)

BA (Hons) in Early Childhood Studies Graduate, Kate O'Brien, speaks about the friendly atmosphere around campus and the support from lecturers

"Bundles of opporunities follow Early Childhood Studies at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT).  The course is quite broad and there are so many career paths to choose from.

There is a wide range of subjects including personal and professional development and practice placements in both 2nd and 3rd year which are extremely helpful in deciding the area you want to work in. 

There is a friendly atmosphere around campus, the lecturers do all they can to support each student and are willing to meet you personally for anything you need help with.

I would recommend Early Childhood Studies to anyone interested in working in the early years' education or care."


Study Early Childhood Studies at WIT

The BA (Hons) in Early Childhood Studies is a three year, level-8 course of study.

Early Childhood Studies is aimed at producing professionally qualified graduates who can work in a range of early years’ contexts, working with children up to the age of eight in both care and education settings.

Students have the opportunity to complete supervised work-based placements, one in each of the second and third years of the course. These opportunities allow students gain valuable experience and skills in areas of care or education or both.

Students who enrol in this course can expect to study modules such as; Introduction to Psychology, History of Care in Social Policy and The Sociology of Contemporary Ireland.

Course Code: WD149

Related Courses

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in  Early Childhood Studies

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