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  1. 1. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Eligibility 2012/2013Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetitionCognate CoursesElite EntryRepeat StudentsFreshersCase Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  2. 2. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Eligible CollegesBona Fide student Eligible Colleges include all educational establishments inParticipation in the post-secondary education sector includingCompetition University Colleges. Policing Colleges.Cognate Courses Institutes of Technology. Private Colleges of Higher Education.Elite EntryRepeat Students Institutes of Education. Post-Leaving Certificate (PLC) CollegesFreshers Army Training Colleges / Aer Corps. Any other institution(s) that ComhairleCase Studies. Page 1. Institutes of Further and Higher Ardoideachais considers as coming Education. under the heading of ‘HigherCase Studies. Page 2. Education’.
  3. 3. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Bona Fide StudentBona Fide student A bona fide student must be:Participation inCompetition 1. full-time student on a full-time course of study;Cognate CoursesElite Entry 2. registered on a recognised higher education course of study, as prescribed in Riail 31 (d);Repeat StudentsFreshers 3. in attendance at a recognised Higher Education establishment, as prescribed in Riail 30 (b);Case Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2. 4. possess a current and valid Student Card of the college or institute;
  4. 4. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Participation in competitionBona Fide student A Student may play subject to the following restrictions.Participation inCompetition 1. A maximum of six academic years.Cognate Courses 2. the duration of no more than two recognised courses of studyElite EntryRepeat StudentsFreshers Where a student formally de-registers from his first course of study onCase Studies. Page 1. or before 31st October of the first academic year, that period of registration shall not be counted . (note this applies to first course only)Case Studies. Page 2.
  5. 5. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Cognate CoursesBona Fide student Where a student, having successfully completed an undergraduate course at a particular level, progresses from that level to a cognate course at a higher level, heParticipation inCompetition shall be considered as studying the same course provided the higher level course shall be at a level not higher that Level 8. This applies only to undergraduateCognate Courses courses which include both an ab initio honours primary degree and one obtained on the ladder system in an Institute of Technology following the HigherElite Entry Certificate, plus Ordinary Degree, plus honours degree model (2+1+1).Repeat StudentsFreshers Click here to find out whatCase Studies. Page 1. this meansCase Studies. Page 2.
  6. 6. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Elite entry.Bona Fide student Elite entry is defined as scheme that offers concession points or entry to eliteParticipation in athletes or is outside the traditional entry systemCompetition Students who gain entry by such a scheme shall compete for up to a maximum ofCognate Courses four academic years. A maximum number of three eligible first-year (fresher) students (per code) whoElite Entry have gained elite entry may play in Comhairle Ardoideachais FreshersRepeat Students Competitions per college A maximum number of six students (per code)who have gained elite entry may playFreshers in a Comhairle Ardoideachais Senior Competition fixture per collegeCase Studies. Page 1. A maximum number of three students from any academic year class who have gained elite entry may play in a Comhairle Ardoideachais Senior competition gameCase Studies. Page 2. per college.
  7. 7. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Repeat Students.Bona Fide student A student repeating all or part of an academic year must apply to AnParticipation in Coiste Feidhmiúcháin on the official CA Permission to Play form, beforeCompetition 31 October of that academic year.Cognate CoursesElite Entry The permission to play form must be accompanied with documentation from his college to verify his academic status (ie stating that he is a fullRepeat Students time repeat and the number of credits being repeated.)Freshers You may only receive permission to play as a repeat for a maximum ofCase Studies. Page 1. one year only.Case Studies. Page 2. Examination-only students may not play.
  8. 8. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges FreshersBona Fide student A student may only play Freshers in the first year that he attends college.Participation inCompetition The student must be aged under 21 on 1st September of that academic yearCognate Courses A student who has previously commenced a post-second level education course at another College may only play freshers ifElite Entry 1. He transfers College as a result of a successful appeal against Leaving Cert. results; orRepeat Students 2. He de-registered from his first college before 31 October of his first academicFreshers year without having played in any CA competition. If he de-registers from his first college before 31 October without having played inCase Studies. Page 1. any CA competitions, but registers at a second college within that first academic year, he may then be deemed eligible.Case Studies. Page 2. For all of the above cases permission must be applied for on the permission to play form & the player may not play until permission is granted.
  9. 9. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case Studies page-1Bona Fide student Case Study Case StudyParticipation in 1Competition 2 Case StudyCognate Courses 8 Case StudyElite Entry 3Repeat Students Case Study 7Freshers Case Study 4Case Studies. Page 1. Case Study Case StudyCase Studies. Page 2. 6 5
  10. 10. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case Studies page-2Bona Fide student Case Study Case StudyParticipation in 9Competition 10 Case StudyCognate Courses 16 Case StudyElite Entry 11Repeat Students Case Study 15Freshers Case Study 12Case Studies. Page 1. Case Study Case StudyCase Studies. Page 2. 14 13
  11. 11. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Cognate courses explanationBona Fide student How do I knowParticipation in if a course isCompetition Examples cognate. of cognate CanCognate Courses courses postgraduate courses be consideredElite Entry cognateRepeat Students What is a cognate courseFreshersCase Studies. Page 1. A student progressing on cognate courses is considered to be onCase Studies. Page 2. the same course (counts as one) for courses below level 9.
  12. 12. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges What is a cognate course?Bona Fide student Cognate Courses are courses which are related to each other.Participation in Example:CompetitionCognate Courses Higher Certificate in Civil Engineering (level 6)Elite EntryRepeat Students Ordinary Degree in Civil Engineering (level 7)FreshersCase Studies. Page 1. Honours Degree in Civil Engineering (level 8)Case Studies. Page 2. At undergraduate level these count as one course
  13. 13. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Examples of Cognate Courses.Bona Fide student This is a list of some of the more common cognate courses. ItParticipation in is not exhaustive.CompetitionCognate Courses Specific example General example Civil engineering Level 6 , 7 & 8 in the areasElite Entry Construction technology of Construction Management Science, Engineering, I.T.,BuRepeat Students Science in construction sinessFreshers Construction studies Studies, Humanities, Art & Design,Case Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  14. 14. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges How do I know if a course is cognate.Bona Fide student Generally you will find information in the prospectus for theParticipation in course as to what other courses are cognate.CompetitionCognate CoursesElite EntryRepeat StudentsFreshersCase Studies. Page 1. In this case the cognate courses are the B.E. level 7 or equivalentCase Studies. Page 2.
  15. 15. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Can postgraduate courses be considered cognate?Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetitionCognate Courses No. Postgraduate courses (courses at level 9 or higher) are notElite Entry considered cognate for the purposes of eligibility. They countRepeat Students as a separate course and as such are subject to the two course rule.FreshersCase Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  16. 16. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 1Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetition A player is studying on a course which takes 7 years .HowCognate Courses many years is he eligible to play.Elite EntryRepeat Students The player is only eligible to play for the first six years.FreshersCase Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  17. 17. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 2Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetition . A player is studying on a course which takes 6 years .HeCognate Courses repeats a year full time and gets permission to play. Is heElite Entry therefore eligible to play for the seven years (6 plus repeat)?Repeat Students No-The player is only eligible to play for the first six years.FreshersCase Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  18. 18. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 3Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetition . A player studies & completes a five year undergraduateCognate Courses course. He then enrols on a two year fulltime post graduateElite Entry course. Is he eligible to play for the seven years (5 undergraduate + 2 Postgrad)?Repeat StudentsFreshers No-The player is only eligible to play for the first six years.Case Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  19. 19. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 4Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetition . A player commences college at the age of 23. He is not eligibleCognate Courses to play Freshers. Does that mean he can only play for 5 years?Elite EntryRepeat Students No-The player is eligible to play for the first six years of hisFreshers studies.Case Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  20. 20. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 5Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetition A player completes a level 6 in Civil Engineering (2 Year) inCognate Courses Tralee I.T. followed by a level 7 in Business studies in Carlow I. T. (1 year) & a level 8 in Arts in NUIG ( 3 years). Is he eligibleElite Entry to play for all the years?Repeat StudentsFreshers No- The courses are not cognate and are counted as separateCase Studies. Page 1. courses. He may play for the first two courses only.Case Studies. Page 2.
  21. 21. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 6Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetition . A student commences a course but formally deregisters beforeCognate Courses October 31st of the first year. Does this count as a course?Elite EntryRepeat Students No- it does not count as he has deregistered prior to OctoberFreshers 31st of his first year in College .Case Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  22. 22. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 7Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetition A student commences a course but does not complete it. He does not formally deregister before October 31st of the firstCognate Courses year. Does this count as a course?Elite EntryRepeat Students Yes- The player must deregister formally before October 31st ofFreshers his first year.Case Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  23. 23. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 8Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetition A player commenced a level 6 course in 2008 but did not . complete or deregister formally before October 31st of the firstCognate Courses year. He subsequently commenced a different course (level 6)Elite Entry in 2009 which he completed. He now wishes to study a level 7Repeat Students course. Is he eligible?Freshers The player is only eligible to play if the level 7 course is aCase Studies. Page 1. cognate course.Case Studies. Page 2.
  24. 24. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 9Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetition A player completes a level 6 in Civil Engineering (2 Year) inCognate Courses Tralee I.T. followed by a level 7 in Civil Engineering in Carlow I. T. (1 year) & a level 8 in Civil Engineering in NUIG ( 3 years). IsElite Entry he eligible to play for all the years?Repeat StudentsFreshers Yes- The courses are cognate and are counted as one course.Case Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  25. 25. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 10Bona Fide studentParticipation inCompetition A player completes a level 6 in Civil Engineering (2 Year) inCognate Courses Tralee I.T. followed by a level 7 in Civil Engineering in Carlow I. T. (1 year) & a level 8 in Civil Engineering in NUIG ( 3 years).Elite Entry He then studies a Level 9 in civil Engineering in Trinity. Is heRepeat Students eligible to play for all the years?Freshers No-The player is eligible to play for the first six years only.Case Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  26. 26. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 11Bona Fide studentParticipation in A player completes a level 6 in Civil Engineering (2 Year) inCompetition Athlone I.T. followed by a level 7 in Business studies inCognate Courses Dundalk I. T. (1 year) & a level 8 in Civil Business Studies inElite Entry Dundalk I.T ( 2 years). He then studies a Level 9 in BusinessRepeat Students Studies in U.L. Is he eligible to play for all the years?Freshers No-The player is eligible to play for the first two courses only. Civil Engineering and Business studies are not cognate andCase Studies. Page 1. therefore count as two separate courses.Case Studies. Page 2.
  27. 27. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 12Bona Fide studentParticipation in A player completes a four year level 8 course and thenCompetition commences doctorate studies (PhD).How many years can heCognate Courses play as a PhD. Student?Elite EntryRepeat Students The player is eligible to play for two years as a PhD. StudentFreshers making a maximum of six years provided he is a full time student for all of the years.Case Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  28. 28. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 13Bona Fide studentParticipation in Do the new rules apply only to students who commence theirCompetition studies in 2012?Cognate CoursesElite EntryRepeat Students No. The new rules are retrosepctive and apply to all studentsFreshers regardless of when they commenced their course.Case Studies. Page 1.Case Studies. Page 2.
  29. 29. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 14Bona Fide studentParticipation in A student commenced a course in 2008 but did not complete orCompetition formally deregister. He commenced a second course in 2009Cognate Courses and did not complete or formally deregister. He thenElite Entry commenced a third course in 2010 and have been successful to date in their exams. The course is a four year course whichRepeat Students will be completed in may 2014. The student was eligible to playFreshers in 2011. Is he eligible under the new rules?Case Studies. Page 1. No-The new rules allow for a maximum of two courses only.Case Studies. Page 2.
  30. 30. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 15Bona Fide studentParticipation in A college has a scheme which allows elite entry for GaelicCompetition players who do not meet the points required under the CAOCognate Courses system. 12 first year students who meet all other FreshersElite Entry requirements are accepted by the college under the scheme. Can all of these students play freshers?Repeat StudentsFreshers No. Only 3 eligible Fresher Students on such a scheme may play in CA fresher competitions per code. If a student on such aCase Studies. Page 1. scheme is a dual player only two others may play per code.Case Studies. Page 2.
  31. 31. Higher Comhairle Ardoideachais C.L.G. Education Higher Education G.A.A. Eligibility HomepageEligible Colleges Case study 16Bona Fide studentParticipation in A college has a scheme which allows elite entry for GaelicCompetition players who do not meet the points required under the CAOCognate Courses system. There are 12 non-First year students studying in theElite Entry college under the scheme. How many can play in senior competition.Repeat StudentsFreshers All of the players may play subject to the four year limit and aCase Studies. Page 1. maximum of six such players per game in each code.Case Studies. Page 2.

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