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Summer courses for adults and secondary school students at the French Institute

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Would you like to make the most of the long summer days while learning, refreshing, or practising your French?

When the teacher has gone

Your pupils will teach you

Summer courses for adults and secondary school students at the French Institute

Would you like to make the most of the long summer days while learning, refreshing, or practising your French?

Galway's new secondary school should be an Educate Together school

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At long last, the Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, has finally recognised what has long been a glaring and obvious reality - that Galway city and its hinterland is in need of a new secondary school.

Honorary Doctorate conferred on Mayor of Chicago

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The Mayor of Chicago and former White House Chief of Staff in the Obama administration, Rahm Emanuel, enjoyed Galway's hospitality this week.

New National Tech Apprenticeships redefining the concept of ‘hire education’

ICT Associate Professional is the new National Apprenticeship Programme for all tech enthusiasts wishing to pursue a career in Ireland’s buoyant technology sector — and they are currently recruiting for the ICT Associate Professional Network Engineer Apprenticeship Programme in Galway.

Easter revision courses at Galway School of Maths Grinds

The Galway School of Maths Grinds is holding a Junior Cert maths Easter revision course in NUIG.

New National Tech Apprenticeships redefining concept of ‘hire education’

ICT Associate Professional is the new National Apprenticeship Programme for all tech enthusiasts wishing to pursue a career in Ireland’s buoyant technology sector — and they are currently recruiting for the ICT Associate Professional Network Engineer Apprenticeship Programme in Galway.

NUI Galway team up with Google to promote STEM among student teachers

The School of Education at NUI Galway, supported by Google Ireland, has announced an innovative project titled “Creative Coding for Maths Makers.” The new project integrates mathematical and computer programming concepts, with a specific focus on promoting STEM amongst student teachers.

Oughterard student wins top science award

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Roisin Molloy, from Oughterard, studying Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at UL, is a student on Johnson and Johnson’s WiSTEM2D (Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Manufacturing, and Design) programme and is one of a group of four students who won an award at an International Women’s Day Conference called Press for Progress held in UL last week.

 

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