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A common question from students this time of year is, “What exactly is an arts degree”? Otherwise known as humanities education, this is a broad qualification, offering you a wide range of two-subject combinations to degree level. Bachelor of Arts degrees are diverse and encompass a wide interest area, including English, history, geography, psychology, law, music, computers, and languages. Humanities students could also have BAs in business, economics, maths, and politics. In addition to academic study, students acquire transferable skills in critical thinking, problem solving, communications, digital expertise, and creative solutions to problems.
Why should we study history? Well, frankly, history is the study of human nature, and history most definitely repeats itself. History can teach us lessons so that we are forearmed when facing situations, better informed when planning to proceed. The history of the long campaign to establish the Regional Technical College (RTC, now the Galway Mayo Institute of Technology, GMIT) campus in Mayo contains, I believe, guidance on how the Castlebar based college can be rescued from those who oppose its survival.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering No 192 Ros Caoin to the market for sale by Private Treaty.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering No 192 Ros Caoin to the market for sale by private treaty. This truly impressive three/four bedroom semidetached property was built by O'Malley Construction in 2003. The property offers both owner occupier and investment opportunities.
A national recruitment day aimed at offering jobs to people home for the festive season is to take place on December 29.
The final episode of the current popular TV documentary series, Building Ireland, will look at the Corrib navigation system and its canals, which aspired to transform Galway into a major industrial hub, as well as looking at how the National University of Ireland, Galway, came to be located in the city. The episode will air at 8.30pm on RTÉ One tomorrow (Friday) , and will be the final episode in the six-part series.
An open invitation was extended to older people and to organisations and groups that represent older people, to attend a meeting in Lough Lannagh on Monday, last October 10, to progress the setting up of an Older People’s Council in Mayo. The Setting up the Older People Council is an essential component to the roll out of the Age Friendly Strategy which was launched by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny in June of this year .
From Eyre Square to Times Square — Galway and Shannon draw ever closer with launch of Expressway X51 service
Expressway and Shannon Airport have joined ranks to bring the City of the Tribes even closer to the rest of the world with the launch of a year-round service between the Midwest airport and Galway city.
Sherry FitzGerald welcomes No 16 Réileán, Roscam, to the market for sale by private treaty. Réileán is a quality housing development built by O'Malley Construction Co Ltd with beautiful landscaping providing ample communal parking and garden areas.
At a presentation ceremony which took place at the start of the month in Aras an Chontae, Castlebar, the members of the Castlebar Community Development Association presented a cheque for €400,000 to Mayo County Council as the community contribution towards the National Outdoor Pursuits Centre which is being constructed by Mayo County Council at Lough Lannagh, Castlebar. The outdoor pursuits centre which includes a state of the art swimming pool is the result of a partnership between Mayo County Council and the Galway Mayo Institute of Technology.