Thursday, August 30, 2012

Language school granted interim injunction against watchdog

An article in the Irish Times from Tuesday, 21st August 2012 reports that a language school in County Wicklow has been granted “a temporary injunction restraining the National Qualifications Authority of Ireland (NQAI) from striking it off a register of recognised language colleges.” If the college were to lose official accreditation as a language school, there would be severe consequences for incoming students, who could have their visas rendered invalid. To prevent this from happening, Judge McDermott granted an injunction until August 30th. The NQAI has to review the late completion and implementation of a development plan for the school, to see if it will withdraw recognition or not.

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