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CAO change of mind clinic at NUI Galway

Students considering studying at NUI Galway are invited to the CAO change of mind clinic taking place on campus on Tuesday June 25. Parents and guardians are also welcome to attend the event, which runs from 12 noon to 3pm in the Human Biology Building on campus.

Teaching of Chinese language in local schools mooted

An experienced Chinese teacher based in Athlone has raised the possibility of Chinese culture and language teaching in Athlone schools as soon as next year. Tina Wu, who was an English teacher in China long-before gaining an honours Master of Business from AIT, taught Chinese in U.L. as well as Galway secondary and primary schools last year.

Secure your place at the information and registration evening in GCC

School leavers and mature students who are considering Galway Community College as their further education destination in September 2019 have the opportunity to gather information on all courses, speak with staff, and register for their preferred course on Wednesday May 22 from 5pm to 7pm in the college, located at Moneenageisha Junction.

Change of mind 2019 — tidying up

The online CAO 'change of mind' opened on May 5. Leaving Cert students can avail of this facility until July 1. This allows applicants to have the opportunity to register a change of course choices, free of charge. Every year there is a surge in last-minute amendments to CAO applications. Students have had more time to research courses and talk to people directly in specific job sectors. The golden rule, as stated many times, is to place courses choices in genuine order of preference.

Change of mind 2019 — tidying up

The online CAO 'change of mind' opened on May 5. Leaving Cert students can avail of this facility until July 1. This allows applicants to have the opportunity to register a change of course choices, free of charge. Every year there is a surge in last-minute amendments to CAO applications. Students have had more time to research courses and talk to people directly in specific job sectors. The golden rule, as stated many times, is to place courses choices in genuine order of preference.

Parents’ guide to the CAO change of mind facility

The CAO change of mind facility is now open and will remain open until July 1 at 5.15pm. This is a great service and can really help ease some of the pressure for Leaving Cert students (and indeed parents) still concerned about third level choices.

The continuing success of PLC programmes

The further education sector in Ireland is stronger than ever and offers great opportunities for students in a variety of ways. Further education offers a range of learning experiences such as apprenticeships and traineeships, workplace learning, and community education.

Demand for NUI Galway degrees on the rise

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NUI Galway has seen a substantial increase in demand for its courses this year, with more than 5,000 students making it their university of choice for the 2019-2020 academic year. This marked a year-on-year increase of five per cent in first preference applications, against a national picture which saw the number of applications received by the CAO by February 1 grow by 0.5 per cent on last year’s levels.

An afternoon at Pathways could change your child’s career

Despite the growing use of psychometric testing, college open days, and online research, it seems that the biggest influence on the career and course choices of teenage students is still parental. The focus on choosing the right pathways for your children is one of the key areas to be explored at next month’s Pathways education and careers event, to be held in Galway’s Galmont Hotel on Tuesday April 9. Organised by the Galway Advertiser group, this event promises something for everyone planning their next steps.

With Pathways event looming, have you had the career and course chat with your children?

Despite the growing use of psychometric testing, college open days, and online research, it seems that the biggest influence on the career and course choices of teenage students is still parental. The focus on choosing the right pathways for your children is one of the key areas to be explored at next month’s Pathways education and careers event, to be held in Galway’s Galmont Hotel on Tuesday April 9. Organised by the Galway Advertiser group, this event promises something for everyone planning their next steps.

 

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