Ombudsman Peter Tyndall congratulated students on their results in the Leaving Certificate examinations and reminded them that his Office can independently examine complaints against all public third-level education bodies.
The Ombudsman’s Office can examine complaints about a range of education bodies including the State Examinations Commission, Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI), Universities and Institutes of Technology.
Ombudsman Peter Tyndall said:
sman for Children’s Office. We have worked very successfully with bodies in the third-level education sector such as SUSI and the State Examinations Commission to resolve complaints and to improve the delivery of education services.”
The Ombudsman examined nearly 300 complaints about the education sector in 2015 including complaints relating to the Reasonable Accommodations at State Examinations scheme (RACE) and third-level grants provided by SUSI.
Students (aged 18 years of age or older) or parents can contact the Ombudsman’s Office: www.ombudsman.ie
By E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In person or in writing: 18 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2
Telephone: 01 639 56 00 or Lo Call 1890 22 30 30
For complaints from those under 18 contact the Ombudsman for Children at:
Telephone: 1800 20 20 40 or 01- 865 6800
E Mail: email@example.com