Agricultural Engineering Tralee

October 16, 2016

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Gerald Henry, Graduated 2003 with a Diploma in Mechanical and Electronic Engineering Sr. Physical Design Engineer at Analog Device

The course is very interesting and challenging with subjects like drawing, mechanics and site surveying. It really prepares you for work when you finish college. The lecturers in the IT are helpful and really motivate students. With the academic year split into two semesters, and continuous assessments, it really takes the pressure off at exam times.

Shane Finn, Year 2, BSc in Quantity Surveying

I started studying in 1997 as a mature student and I havenâ¿¿t stopped since. Iâ¿¿m currently doing a masters and may go on to a PhD. When I returned to college I was in a local engineering firm and as a result of my studies got several promotions and this gave me the confidence to open my own business two years ago â¿¿ Aratings. I specialise in energy savings BER, Compliance Testing both domestic and non domestic. The lecturers in IT Tralee are very encouraging and supportive and were very welcoming to mature students and always made themselves available and offered their time outside of class time.

John Hanafin, Graduated 2000 with a Higher Certificate in Mechanical Engineering. Currently runs his own company.

I spent three great years in IT Tralee and graduated in 2001 with a Diploma in Agricultural Engineering. I am now working in the Agricultural machinery manufacturing section as head of production and design. The course at Tralee was perfect for the job I have now, as it provided both practical and theory based subjects. The experience of the teaching staff to help with projects and assignments was a great help to get the right type of skills from the course.The variety of clubs and societies makes it very easy to make new friends from all over the country and abroad.

Robert Shine Head of Production, SAMCO Engineering Graduated 2001 Diploma in Agricultural Engineering.

I found that the ITT provided a great homely atmosphere which encouraged me to excel in my studies. The course provided me with the technical ability to enable me to continue on into further study. I gained excellent practical experience which helped me when I worked in an onsite environment. The college is equipped with a fully furnished dedicated civil engineering lab with all the latest equipment required to carry out surveying practicals as well as structures and materials experiments. Added to this there are excellent support services such as the careers office and the students union which are provided by the college in collaboration with the students. I found that the lecturers and staff were all very approachable and friendly when dealing with the students problems

Joseph Lucid, Graduated 2007 with a BEng in Civil Engineering

Having completed the BSc in Construction Management in 2003, I can confirm that it is specifically geared to help students make a seamless transition into the working environment. The 20 week work placement gives the opportunity to see first-hand what is expected of potential Construction Managers.

Stephen Cafferkey, Graduated 2003 with a BSc in

Vacuum Tanker Trailing Shoe - Cross Agricultural Engineering
Vacuum Tanker Trailing Shoe - Cross Agricultural Engineering
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Beet Washer Range From Cross Agricultural Engineering
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The Future of Agricultural Technology

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