St Columb's College

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Global Influence
School in Derry, Northern Ireland

About St Columb's College

According to Wikipedia, St Columb's College is a Roman Catholic boys' grammar school in Derry, Northern Ireland and, since 2008, a specialist school in mathematics. It is named after Saint Columba, the missionary monk from County Donegal who founded a monastery in the area. The college was originally built to educate young men into the priesthood, but now educates boys in a variety of disciplines.

St Columb's College's Online Degrees

What Is St Columb's College Known For?

St Columb's College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

St Columb's College's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are St Columb's College's Most Influential Alumni?

St Columb's College's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Literature, Criminal Justice, and Communications. Here are some of St Columb's College's most famous alumni:

Seamus Heaney
Seamus Heaney
An Irish poet, playwright, translator, lecturer.
John Hume
A SDLP politician from Northern Ireland .
Edward Daly
Edward Daly
A Catholic bishop.
Johnny McDaid
Johnny McDaid
An Irish musician, songwriter and music producer.
Mark McFadden
Mark McFadden
A British journalist.
Paul Brady
Paul Brady
An Irish musician.
Liam McCormick
An Irish architect.
Darron Gibson
Darron Gibson
An Irish association football player .
James A. Sharkey
An Irish diplomat.
Peter Cunnah
A Northern Irish musician.
Colum Eastwood
An Irish SDLP politician .
Paul McLoone
Paul McLoone
An Irish musician and radio presenter.

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