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Art & Photography Exhibition 2017


Art and Design Exhibition 2017

Eyes Wide Open

 Waterford College of Further Education recently opened its Art and Design and Photographic Studies final ‘graduate show’ at the college. Students from Art and Design, Photographic Studies and Journalism exhibited work in the combined Art and Photographic studios on the Parnell Street campus. The work, as always, was stunning.

The exhibition showcases the work created by the students and includes a wide range of subjects including, drawing, painting, combined materials, photography, sculpture and design.


Men's Soccer Team Make History

WCFE Men's Soccer Team Play Into the History Books


Waterford is no stranger to firsts and this year is no exception. A Waterford College of Further Education soccer team made history by taking on the nation. For the first time ever, WCFE had a men’s team that hammered their way into the finals of the College Football Association of Ireland League.



Health Week at WCFE

Health Week 1

Health Week at WCFE


WCFE held its annual Health Bootcamp recently, offering a holistic range of activities, seminars and experiences for the staff and students alike. Held over 3 days, the event is focused entirely upon the health of the whole individual, and reflects WCFEs commitment to a healthy, happy campus environment.
Events included; seminars on nutrition and well- being, addiction and substance abuse, suicide prevention, self- defence classes, pilates classes, WCFE annual College football league and a whole College walk along St. John's river.

WCFE Open Day

Open Day At WCFE

Open Day

Almost a thousand people visited Waterford College of Further Education's recent Open Day, the largest number in the history of the College. Drawn from all over the South East by stunning visual and audio displays, and a reputation for the broadest and most exciting range of further education courses in the region, people queued along Parnell Street from morning onwards. The Open Day provides day long access to information and progression opportunities and was an opportunity for people to experience college life first hand. Both current students and tutors were on hand to give information on over 30 full time day courses and the range of VTOS opportunities available.

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