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A design team has been appointed for the construction of a new €25-million STEM building at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), a local Fine Gael TD has revealed.
Mullery auctioneers has recently brought to the market a six bedroom semidetached residence situated in the exceptionally well located student village of Glasan. The development boasts an excellent location, directly opposite the gates to Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and adjacent to the new Garda Headquarters. The development is very well maintained and includes landscaped green areas and benefits from an on-site management office, shop, restaurant, and dry cleaners.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology has announced new partnerships with two education and training boards, aimed at improving access to third-level courses in the institute for post Leaving Certificate (PLC) and further education (FE) students in the region.
A lecture series will take place at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology next month primarily targeted at Engineers Ireland members, but open to other professionals such as scientists, architects, and planners. Local third-level engineering students are also encouraged to attend to broaden their CPD knowledge.
Galway City of Film has announced a new partnership project with Rome City of Film to share knowledge and expertise among the filmmakers of the future.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny, TD, and the Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, TD, today (Friday) announced the establishment of a working group which will formulate a plan for a sustainable future of the GMIT Mayo Campus in Castlebar.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology is inviting the public to attend a series of free digital learning events in its Mayo and Galway campuses as part of the national All Aboard 2017 initiative. GMIT is one of 16 higher education institutions hosting the initiative in partnership with Ireland’s National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, including primary and secondary schools, businesses, and community groups.
A Mayo based senator has alleged this week in the Seanad that potential students who inquire about courses in the GMIT campus in Castlebar are being steered towards the Galway campus if a similar course is on offer there and that the Mayo campus is being "bullied" by its overseeing campus. Fine Gael senator Paddy Burke raised the issue of the future of the Castlebar campus of the institute with the Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, in the upper house of the Oireachtas as fears for the future of the facility in Castlebar have intesified recently. Those fears were further increased late last week when the head of the Mayo campus Dr Deirdre Garvey stepped down from her position.
Cushman & Wakefield Galway has recently launched to the market for sale one of Galway city’s most high profile properties. The property is excellently located on the old Dublin Road on the east side of Galway city, opposite Merlin Park Hospital and close to Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and a number of established residential estates.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has awarded Honorary Fellowships to John Crumlish, CEO of the Galway International Arts Festival, for his vast contribution to arts and culture in the west, and John Muldoon, Connacht Rugby Captain and a graduate of GMIT, for his major contribution to rugby and sport.