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If you are unsure of what study options to undertake, are currently unemployed or underemployed and seeking new opportunities, interested in upskilling and changing careers or just need some career advice – then Engage ‘19 is a great place to start. It focuses on you!
Louise Ni Chonghaile, from Carna, a fourth year student in the GMIT School of Engineering, has won a top national industry award for achieving a distinction in her Bachelor of Engineering degree in computer and electronic engineering (Level 7) last year.
A new report published by the GMIT Careers Office shows that 94 per cent of GMIT graduates are either in employment or further education, eight months after graduation: 55 per cent of GMIT graduates are in paid employment and 39 per cent are in further education.
According to research, first impressions are formed within 17 seconds of meeting someone. This year’s GMIT Graduate Careers Fair, taking place on Monday October 5, will feature a new event called Dressing for Success, which aims to help graduates make the best possible first impression during those vital seconds.