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Horticulture

Welcome to the Waterford Institute of Technology Horticulture Information area

Approaching deadlines:

· Full-time study: Apply for entry to year 2 (or 3) of the WIT BSc in Horticulture in Kildalton College or the Botanic Gardens Dublin via WITs Advanced Entry office. Deadline: 31 August 2020 (lectures commence week beginning 28 September 2020). Contact [email protected] for more information or to discuss your options.

1. Part-time study: L7 Certificate in Nursery Stock Production in The National Botanic Gardens (10 credits). Deadline: 18 September 2020 (lectures commence week beginning 28 September, 2020).

2. Part-time study: L7 Certificate in Sportsturf Science (in Kildalton College (10 credits)). Deadline: 18 September 2020 (lectures commence week beginning 28 September, 2020).

3. Part-time study: L7 Certificate in Sustainable Food Production (in Kildalton College, OR The Botanic Gardens Dublin (10 credits)). Deadline: 18 September 2020 (lectures commence week beginning 28 September, 2020).

4. Part-time study: L7 Certificate in Garden Maintenance and Plant Selection (in Kildalton College, OR The Botanic Gardens Dublin (10 credits)). Deadline: 18 September 2020 (lectures commence week beginning 28 September 2020).

5. Part-time study: Plant Protection Module [for registration with DAFM as professional user of pesticides status] (in Kildalton College, OR The Botanic Gardens Dublin (10 credits)). Deadline: 18 September 2020 (lectures commence week beginning 28 September 2020).

Frequently asked questions about Horticulture careers, the course, and life as a horticulture student in WIT.

· Level 7 BSc in Horticulture (in Kildalton College and Waterford IT)

· Level 7 BSc in Horticulture (in The College of Amenity Horticulture in The National Botanic Gardens, Dublin)

· Level 8 Add-on year BSc (Hons) in Land Management (Horticulture

All of the following part-time programmes run in Teagasc’s College of Amenity Horticulture in The National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin Dublin. Lectures start week beginning the 28th of September, 2020. Due to COVID restrictions, many classes will be taught online, however some attendance will be required in person in the National Botanic Gardens during the hours of 9-5pm Monday to Friday. Follow the links for more information on each course, and the entry requirements.

· L7 Certificate in Nursery Stock Production (10 credits)

· L7 Certificate in Sustainable Food Production (10 credits)

· L7 Certificate in Garden Maintenance and Plant Selection (10 credits)

· Plant Protection Module [for registration with DAFM as professional user of pesticides status] (5 credits)

All of the following part-time programmes run in Teagasc’s Kildalton College, Piltown, Co. Kilkenny. Lectures start week beginning the 28th of September, 2020. Due to COVID restrictions, many classes will be taught online, however some attendance will be required in person in Kildalton College during the hours of 9-5pm Monday to Friday. Follow the links for more information on each course, and the entry requirements.

· L7 Certificate in Sportsturf Science (10 credits)

· L7 Certificate in Sustainable Food Production (10 credits)

· L7 Certificate in Garden Maintenance and Plant Selection (10 credits)

· Plant Protection Module [for registration with DAFM as professional user of pesticides status] (5 credits)