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At Galway Business School, one of the leading independent third-level colleges in Ireland, they pride themselves on their ability to respond quickly to the changing needs of students, industry and labour markets. With their commitment to flexibility, accessible progression routes and a strong academic record, they support you as you embark upon a lifelong learning journey. If you are the kind of student who enjoys being challenged — intellectually, socially and personally — then Galway Business School is an institution you should consider for your studies.
The number of young persons under 26 years of age that are in receipt of jobseeker’s allowance, jobseeker’s benefit or signing for credits for one year or more in county Westmeath is 299, according to new figures from Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection.
Parents interested in seeing the new secondary school for Galway city come under the patronage of Educate Together are encouraged to attend a public meeting in the NUI Galway Lifecourse Building at 8pm on Monday June 25.
On St. John’s Eve, The Military Barracks Castlebar will host an inclusive family-friendly festival of creativity, culture and fun with a wide range of food and entertainment and a bonfire!
As the Junior and Leaving Cert exams get underway this week, it is normal for students and parents, to become overwhelmed by the high level of stress and anxiety that comes hand-in-hand with state exams.
According to the latest estimates from the World Health Organisation, more than 300 million people worldwide and approximately 450,000 people (one in 10) in Ireland are now living with depression.
The Junior Cert is just around the corner, and exam preparations in the final few weeks are crucial for the students to get their best performance on exam day.
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Would you like to make the most of the long summer days while learning, refreshing, or practising your French?
BRIAN FRIEL'S masterpiece, Dancing At Lughnasa, is one of the greatest and best loved Irish plays, and this month at the Town Hall, Blue Teapot presents a uniquely authentic production, featuring Jennifer Cox, an actor with an intellectual disability, as Rose; exactly as she was written and a milestone first for Irish theatre.