The National College of Art and Design occupies a unique position in art and design education in Ireland. It offers the largest range of art and design degrees in the State at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Information on the NCAD Conferring Ceremony, 19th November 2018
NCAD Open Day will be held on the 28th November 2018 - Your Place Is Here!
Find information on all NCAD programmes, entry requirements and applications
An NCAD exhibition featuring contemporaneous practices of making
The launch of the Common Denominator, a 2-year programme curated by Art in the Contemporary World.
Our Portfolio Information Sessions are for anybody interested in applying to NCAD for 2019 entry. Free, but booking essential!
Information on Postgraduate Application 2018
View the work of our graduating students of 2018.
Considering an application to NCAD for September 2019? These guidelines will provide a useful framework in preparing your portfolio for presentation.
This short film captures the student teacher's experience of working on the change lab project.
The School of Fine Art: MFA Fine Art programme is delighted to announce that the recipient of the Studio Award 2018-19 is the artist Jaki Irvine.
A conference organised by the National College of Art and Design, University College Cork, University College Dublin and the Goethe Institut Dublin - 7-9 February 2019
In partnership with the National Forensic Medical Hospital, NCAD's School of Fine Art is delighted to announce the third of three scholarship opportunties
NCAD lecturer Susan MacWilliam wins the EIKON Award (45+), with a prize money of € 5,000.
Summer short courses. Autumn part time accredited (Cert., Dip.) and non-credit evening courses. Portfolio Preparation - Summer and Autumn. All levels.
Thinking of studying art or design? NCAD is ranked among the world’s top 100 universities for Art & Design (QS University Rankings by Subject, 2016).
VAP cert. and A/C and Non-Credit evening courses in art and design. Deadline: 06 September.
The National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL) is a public research resource dedicated to the documentation of 20th century and contemporary Irish visual art and design.
Welcome to the Alumni section of the website. Here you will find details of opportunities for graduates and how to keep in touch with NCAD.