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40 years of education with Susan Ryan

Wednesday, 9th September, 2020 3:17pm

After a year like no other, one thing remains certain - demand by the leading salons, clinics and spas throughout Ireland and beyond remains for beauty graduates.

Susan Ryan’s Cork College of Beauty Therapy has 40 years of developing and nurturing those in beauty industry with a blend of leading tuition and real-life salon experience.

Recognised as a centre of excellence by the Comité International d’Esthétique et de Cosmétologie (CIDESCO), Susan and her tutors, technicians and beauty industry professionals continue to lead graduates to enjoy successful careers, with many progressing to managing or owning their own businesses.

The internationally recognised CIDESCO Diploma is the number one qualification offered in the beauty industry. The CIDESCO Diploma covers all key subjects of nail technician, makeup, body therapy, diet and nutrition, spa treatments, skin care, facials, waxing and brow and lashes technician.

Final places for the full-time CIDESCO Diploma, studying in select small groups, remain open for the class of 2021 intake. There is part-time options too, as well as the opportunity to complete part modules and separate industry recognised certificates.

If you are considering a career in the beauty or spa industry, potential students are welcome to meet with Susan and her team of tutors to view the college and clinic.

Call 021-4275741 or email your details to info@corkbeautycollege.ie to request a call back, or visit the team at 85 South Main Street in Cork city.

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