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We have moved very far from Newman’s idea of a university - the purpose of which was to present a cultural inheritance of the Western World and to provide the tools whereby graduates could continue their journeys of education.
Points have risen across all five colleges in NUIG, which include medicine, biomedical science, arts, occupational therapy, biopharmaceutical chemistry, and speech and language therapy.
Castlebar College of Further Education (CCFE) has welcomed the clarification by Student Grant Organisation SUZI to ease confusion in relation to August 1 not being the final cut-off closing date for grant applications. CCFE Director Tony Deffely has welcomed the clarification by SUZI that this is not a final cut-off date, that student grant applications will continue to be accepted after the August 1 deadline. He also welcomed their effort to ease confusion by stating that applications for Colleges of Further Education should not be confused with application of student grants.
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.
The number of honours degree programmes offered by GMIT has increased by 50 per cent in the past year in response to student and industry demand. Information about these FETAC Level 8 programmes will be outlined at a special GMIT open day taking place this Saturday, when hundreds of second-level students will visit the institute’s Galway city campuses.
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.
The third level grants system has changed to an online application system for the coming academic year. This will apply to all new entry level students, so if you are intending to commence college in September, now is the time to get yourself into the system. The earlier you apply, the better chance you will have of getting payment on time.