We all learn everywhere and all the time. RPL makes invisible learning visible, helping you get your qualifications faster

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Susann Sullivan RPL Learner

RPL will enable me to obtain the qualification by recognising of my prior learning. I am not in a position to dedicate 3 years full-time to study. I wanted to obtain the degree as quickly as I could so I could enhance my career options.

Susann Sullivan, RPL Learner at Dundalk Institute of Technology
Elvio Malawene, RPL Learner, Maynooth University

Transitioning from a Portuguese-speaking country with differing qualification standards initially posed a challenge to my acceptance, but through the recognition of prior learning experiences, I successfully navigated this hurdle.

Elvio Rafael Malawene, MEd in Adult and Community Education, Maynooth University
Evelyn Mc Glynn

I want to encourage others to believe that this is the path for them and that they not only deserve it but have worked towards it, their entire life.

Evelyn Mc Glynn, RPL Learner at the Technological University of the Shannon
Gabriella Cannon

The RPL process offered a transformative opportunity for me to leverage my practical experience as a valid substitute for the conventional academic qualifications I lacked.

Gabriella Cannon, RPL Learner, MSc in Cyberpsychology, IADT
Naomi Sheridan.

"I am an Academy Award nominated screenwriter. Despite this, I was interested in the MA as I thought it would be a great opportunity to be taught by professionals, learn some new writing techniques, meet fellow writers, and get invaluable feedback on various writing projects."

Naomi Sheridan, Screenwriter - Master in Arts in Screenwriting for Film & Television, IADT
Dublin City University campus in Glasnevin.
RPL in Higher Education

Fourteen higher education institutions are partners in the National RPL in Higher Education Project.