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NUI Galway will hold its annual mature student information evening on Wednesday, January 16, from 5.30pm to 8pm in the Lifecourse Institute on the north campus. The information evening will allow attendees to find out more and get advice on full-time or part-time degrees on offer at the university, and on possible career opportunities.
On the shores of Lough Gill and still only minutes from Sligo Town, St Angela’s College, Sligo, offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate/part-time degree programmes.
Several hundred secondary school pupils are expected to attend an open morning hosted by GMIT at the Galway campus this Saturday October 13 from 10 am to 1pm.
NUI Galway has announced the full programme of events for its next CAO Open Day tomorrow Friday October 5 and Saturday October 6. Open Days are an excellent opportunity for prospective students, parents and families to explore NUI Galway’s courses, facilities and university life.
The further education college in Galway Community College offers QQI Level 5 and 6 courses commencing in September. There are limited places available in sport, business, motor technology, graphic design, and in the performance department. To apply and register, visit www.galwaycc.ie, call into the college, or phone 091 755464.
Whether you have received the offer you want or are having second thoughts about the course you chose, it is worth checking out the further education options available to you at Galway Technical Institute, the largest provider of full-time QQI Level 5 and 6 programmes in the west of Ireland. GTI will host a final open day on Tuesday September 11 from 10am to 4pm.
Taking part in a Trading Faces workshop can help boost your child’s confidence in a safe and fun environment. Claire Power, artistic director with Trading Faces, who has been a drama teacher for more than 19 years, outlines the benefits in personal development for your child.
The only topic to begin this week is the Pope. There are so many emotions swirling around that it is difficult to focus exactly on what happened and how it will affect Ireland.
With the first round of CAO Offers being issued next Monday, thousands of students coming to NUI Galway and the GMIT will be seeking accommodation. The NUI Galway Students’ Union is urging them to be cautious and not rush into signing any lease or contract.
Let’s look at the sports. Last Saturday we had Galway versus Dublin in the football semi-final and of course, Dublin won.