All Hallows College

Grace Park Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland

This historic college has educated generations of leaders and professionals serving communities in every corner of the world since 1842.Today, the college educates women and men in leadership and human services.

  • 500-999
    Total Students


We teach future professionals how to work with people in and for the betterment and systemic change of communities.

Our programmes are rooted in three core values: Justice, Service and Leadership. The curriculum at every level of study is designed to engage students in the community to learn the theory and real-life skills to be powerful voices for justice for the underserved and effective practitioners in society.

All Hallows College is known for its small class sizes and being a welcoming and caring community. Students often comment on the personal attention they receive and how everyone knows their name.I invite you to explore our website and various educational programmes.

Programs / Degrees at All Hallows College

With the formal closure of the teaching activities of All Hallows College on 30th November 2016, all the college’s educational programmes will cease. Over the last two years, the college has encouraged and supported the development of related academic programmes in other institutions or the direct transfer of some of its educational programmes in a number of instances:

  • MA in Applied Spirituality - As a development of this course a new Master of Arts in Applied Spirituality has been launched by the Waterford Institute of Technology.
  • MA in Personal Leadership and Pastoral Car - Master of Arts in Personal Leadership and Pastoral Care has been launched by the National College of Ireland.
  • MSc in Non Profit Management - Master of Science in Non Profit Management has been launched by the National College of Ireland.
  • BA in Adult Learning for Personal and Professional Development (ALBA)- The BA in Adult Learning for Personal and Professional Development (ALBA) has transferred to Dublin City University for the academic year 2016/17
  • Pathways Programme – Adult Faith Formation - Pathways: Exploring Faith and Ministry has been incorporated into the Dublin Archdiocese’s Office for Evangelisation and Ecumenism.
  • Renewal for Ministry Programme - The Sabbatical Renewal Programme will be run in the future by the Presentation Sisters (Union of the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary) and will take place in Mount St. Anne’s, Portarlington.

Academic Life

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    Academic calendar

Student Life

  • 51-200
  • Urban
    Campus setting
  • Private
    Control type
  • Religious affiliation

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