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The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) congratulated Leaving Certificate students on receiving their results yesterday, urging important next steps to be taken after celebration.
Are you uncertain about your Leaving Cert results and what they mean for you? The Exam Helpline 2017, provided by the National Parents’ Council Post Primary (NPCpp) and sponsored by eir and the Irish Independent, is open offering confidential advice, information, and support to students receiving their results.
Galwegians uncertain about their Leaving Cert results and what they mean can call the Exam Helpline 2017, which opens tomorrow at 10am to take calls from students and parents seeking advice and up to date information on what choices are available.
Ahead of the Leaving Certificate Change of Mind deadline on 1 July, NUI Galway will gather experts from across campus to help prospective students and their parents with their final CAO decision. NUI Galway is one of the first universities to provide this interactive platform of support to students and parents in making their final CAO choices.
NUI Galway has climbed six places in the QS World University Ranking 2017/2018, to reach 243 in the world. This is the fifth successive year the University has risen in the international rankings, consolidating its position among the world’s elite educational institutions. It now ranks amongst the top one per cent of universities in the world.
Member of the Mayo GMIT action group have announced a street protest at 3pm on Saturday, May 27, in Market Square, Castlebar. The protest is in reaction to the recent announcement of cuts to the Mayo campus.
The PLC further education college in Galway Community College, located at Moneenageisha junction, is having an information and registration evening on Thursday, May 18, from 5.30pm to 7pm.
Transition year, or ‘TY’, is a year-long programme for secondary school students, typically optional, placed between third and fifth year. Although it is not offered by all Irish schools, it is offered by many, some 75 per cent in fact, and for some students it is even compulsory. It is usually presented as a chance to mature, to expand your horizons, and develop your interests. However, it is also often dismissed as a ‘doss year’, and while some students claim that it helped them a great deal, others agree with that consensus.
Galway Community College (GCC) continues to offer a wide range of PLC courses in business. The college offers courses in all the business QQI awards areas. QQI Level 5 courses in marketing, public relations, and web design, legal and medical secretary, and the new digital marketing course makes GCC a very exciting college to further your education and enhance your career.
Galway Community College had a very successful open day last Tuesday, where city and county schools, mature learners, and those hoping to enhance their professional development visited the college.