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The iConnect student id card is made exclusively for you and is the only dedicated Irish second-level student card. It gives you access to a huge range of discounts all around the country. The iConnect Card is Bigger, Brighter and Better than the old ISSU Scholar Card. Some of the outlets offering you great discounts include:
- Peter Mark
- New Look
Lots of discounts means lots of savings for YOU. The ISSU is enabled to further its work through income derived from the iConnect Card (formally named the ISSU Scholar Card), which has now been incorporated as part of the YouthConnect programme. A percentage of the profits generated from the €13 card is reinvested into support services for students.
So with all the brilliant discounts on offer, getting a hold of an iConnect Card will give you massive savings! It really does pay for itself...
Get Your Card, Get Your Discount, Get Your Voice Heard!
The iConnect Card has been endorsed and officially recognised by the leading organisations in the Irish education and youth sectors including; the ACCS, the ASTI, Educate Together, the Irish Congress of Trade Unions, the IVEA, the JMB, the NAPD, the NYCI, the TUI and Youth Work Ireland
And as if you weren't already convinced...
YouthConnect is a youth-focused initiative developed for students by the Irish congress of Trade Unions [ICTU] and the Irish Second-level Students' Union [ISSU].
We have joined together to create a platform where you and other second level students can raise your voices on issues such as education, careers and creating a more equal society. It provides opportunities to get involved and make real changes on issues in your school.
Now is the time to get connected with other students from all over the country and also to the wider trade union movements, at home and abroad.
The iConnect Student Card is valid until 31st December 2017 and offers a range of fantastic discounts. New discounts added all the time keep up to date with www.studentcard.ie
- Access to information and support on school and workplace issues
- Support national campaigns of the Irish Second-level Students' Union
- Access to news via email, text alerts and questions answered on our blog
- Your voice heard and issues raised