Would you like a career in make-up artistry?

The First Annual Professor Anthony P Moran Prize for a Postgraduate Research Paper in Microbiology at NUI Galway has been awarded to PhD student Kate Reddington.  A native of Westport, Kate won the award for her recent paper on tuberculosis testing. It is hoped that her research will contribute to the global effort to control tuberculosis (TB).  Pictured (front left) is Mari Moran, wife of the late Professor Moran, presenting Kate Reddington with the First Annual Professor Anthony P Moran Prize. In the background are Professor Vincent O’Flaherty, Head of Microbiology at NUI Galway and Dr Thomas Barry, Kate’s PhD supervisor.

The First Annual Professor Anthony P Moran Prize for a Postgraduate Research Paper in Microbiology at NUI Galway has been awarded to PhD student Kate Reddington. A native of Westport, Kate won the award for her recent paper on tuberculosis testing. It is hoped that her research will contribute to the global effort to control tuberculosis (TB).  Pictured (front left) is Mari Moran, wife of the late Professor Moran, presenting Kate Reddington with the First Annual Professor Anthony P Moran Prize. In the background are Professor Vincent O’Flaherty, Head of Microbiology at NUI Galway and Dr Thomas Barry, Kate’s PhD supervisor.

The International School of Make-up Artistry are now enrolling for September 2012 courses.

The School of Make-up Artistry offers internationally recognised certificate and diploma courses in make-up artistry.

The school is currently taking enrolments for their part-time make-up artistry courses, which cover all areas of beauty make-up, which includes day, evening, smokey eyes, false lashes, high fashion/trend, bridal, airbrushing and much more.

Qualifications are internationally recognised from this course, and their are numerous different opportunities within the beauty industry when you have completed your training. Many of the school graduates have been placed in secure positions through the school worldwide. If you would like a career working for a top cosmetic company, working on fashion shows and photo shoots, or working as a freelance artist specialising in bridal make-up, the choices are endless.

For more information about the courses on offer, or if you wish to enrol contact: 087 121 4678; email: [email protected]; www.schoolofmakeupartistry.ie

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