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Points have risen across all five colleges in NUIG, which include medicine, biomedical science, arts, occupational therapy, biopharmaceutical chemistry, and speech and language therapy.
The latest CAO figures (March 2014) show a bounce back in demand for construction and civil engineering programmes in GMIT. Applications for the honours degree in construction economics and quantity surveying are up 80 per cent this year on last, while applications for the honours degree in architectural technology are up 43 per cent.
Some two thousand students will receive awards from GMIT during the institute’s annual graduation ceremonies, which take place in Galway and Mayo this month.
There has been an increase in points for 30 of the 50 programmes offered by Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) through the CAO, with some 15 courses increasing by 25 points or more.
Demand for science courses at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) has soared by 30 per cent, with nearly 6,300 mentions recorded through the CAO for science programmes at the institute. The number of applicants for honours degrees at AIT has risen by 20 per cent, to over 4,500.
The College of Engineering and Informatics at NUI Galway has announced details of a special entrance maths examination which will give students a second chance to pursue a career in engineering. The exam, which takes place on Wednesday August 24, is for students who achieve the CAO points for an undergraduate engineering degree course at NUI Galway but who have not met the obligatory maths requirement.
There has been an increase in the number of people applying to study at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT). Figures released by the Central Applications Office (CAO) show an increase of more than 300 applicants to both honours degrees and higher certificates/ordinary degrees at the institute.
Engineers Ireland, the representative body for the engineering profession in this country, has awarded full accreditation to the honours civil engineering degree at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT).
As next Monday’s deadline for acceptance of CAO offers looms closer, Athlone Institute of Technology has announced there are still places available on six full-time undergraduate courses.