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Mental health supports for college students in Ireland There are a range of charities across Ireland to help support the mental health of young people

College counselling services in Ireland Speaking to a counsellor while at third level can help you support your mental health

Financial supports for college students in Ireland There are a number of schemes available to students who need financial support while studying

How to deal with disappointing grades Disappointing grades can be tough to deal with, but there are ways to handle the disappointment

What to do if you don’t get your first choice on the CAO Not getting your first choice can be disappointing, but there are plenty of other options available

What can I do when I finish secondary school? A guide to your options when finishing school and moving on to further education or work

What to do if your mental health is impacting your education It can be tough to deal with mental health difficulties in school or college, but there is help out there

How to make the most of your time at school School is not for everyone, but there are things you can do to try and make the most of your time there

How to create a study timetable Having a practical and manageable study timetable can be really helpful when trying to prepare for exams

Things to consider before dropping out of college Leaving college can be a difficult decision to make, so it’s important to consider all your options

How to choose a college course It can be difficult to know what choices to put on your CAO. Here are some things to consider when applying for college.

Study, volunteer, or work abroad Find out more about the opportunities open to you and plan your next adventure