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Studying in Kerry is an unforgettable experience – but only if you commit to exploring this amazing county!

Study, learn, explore and unlock your potential at campus locations that are connected to the local communities with tutors and support staff that keep you focused, on-track and happy.

What you’ll experience at Kerry College

Big & Friendly

Although we are almost 3500 strong (students and apprentices), each campus feels homely and friendly. That’s why Kerry College is the perfect first step away from home. Whether it’s an apprenticeship or a course that will take you further afield – you’ll feel safe, connected and happy here.


You won’t have to worry too much about getting suitable, affordable accommodation in Kerry. It’s one of the big benefits of moving here or within the County to study.

Traffic & Transport

No traffic jams. No tailbacks. No rush hour. An excellent community transport network called the Kerry Flyer which operates a range of routes that all stop at our campuses.

Pace of Life

There’s a reason that Kerry people live longer than most. It because they have the pace of life just right. If you’re lucky, it might just rub off!


The county is a hotbed of cultural activity – from grassroots music, drama and performance to a range of festivals that take place year round to high level productions at Siamsa Tire and Killarney’s INEC.

Great Outdoors

The main reason over 1 million visitors come to County Kerry each year. Iconic landmarks, sweeping vistas, rugged landscapes, breath-taking beaches. Take it all in.

Tech Sector

Kerry is home to a cluster of large scale and small scale finance, science and technology companies. There’s so much innovation and endeavour.

Hidden Kerry

Kerry is full of hidden gems and places that aren’t on the tourist trail map. Even in the height of Summer, certain parts of this county are peaceful and quiet.
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