Tipperary students graduate from Shannon College of Hotel Management

Tipperary students enjoy graduation ball at Dromoland Castle, County Clare.

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Proud day for Tipperary at Dromoland Castle

Clonmel's Michael Delahunty with County Clare's Aoife Scanlon.

Tipperary students graduated from Shannon College of Hotel Management recently.

Some 89 graduates from Shannon College of Hotel Management – the only third level college in the country with 100% graduate employment since it was founded – received their degrees, with eight countries other than Ireland represented among them, including USA, Canada, India, China, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Seychelles.  In all, 20 different nationalities are represented across the college’s student body.

Clonmel’s Michael Delahunty, Cahir's Jane O’Donovan, Fethard’s Sam Manton, Nenagh’s Niamh Geaney and Stephen Nagle, and Holycross’ Malachy Joe Gavin celebrated with their classmates at their graduation ball in Dromoland Castle, County Clare.

Tipperary students at their graduation ball in Dromoland Castle, County Clare.

Already a leading exemplar in international education, the college founded by one of the country’s great social entrepreneurs, Dr. Brendan O’Regan, in 1951 is aiming to continue growing its operations even further.

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