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€25 million investment in further education announced for Castlebar

Castlebar has moved a step closer this week to hosting a College of the Future. Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim Education and Training Board has been approved to press ahead with the next phase of proposal development for a state of the art further education campus in the town.

Gifted learners should be nurtured to become the leaders of tomorrow, says Healy Eames in new book

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Gifted students are often overlooked in education because it is assumed they are capable of progressing without support. This is one of the conclusions in the informative new book by educationalist Fidelma Healy Eames which is released this week.

Minister comes loaded with Christmas €110m goodies bag for Galway’s education sector

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Galway’s reputation as a educational location par excellence received a €110m boost this week when funding commitments for the creation of a College of the Future and an expansion of ATU Galway were both announced.

New scheme sees some 200 student beds to be provided in University of Galway

A landmark policy which will see the State providing financial support in the construction of on-site accommodation at the University of Galway has been announced.

TUS digital marketing students to help Irish brands expand footprint

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Students at the Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) in Athlone are aiming to help Irish businesses grow their digital footprint and increase their competitiveness through a series of live digital marketing capstone and consultancy projects.

Call for new campus at Mayo FET College

 

Jackie Gorman wins prestigious ‘Science Communicator of the Year’ award

Athlone native, Jackie Gorman, has been announced as this year’s winner of the prestigious Science Foundation Ireland ‘Science Communicator of the Year’ award.

GIY launches GROW At School food education programme

Some 130 schools across the country have been planting the first crops from their garden kit as part of the GROW at School programme, an initiative bringing food education and outdoor learning into the classroom.

Record numbers attend Galway Science and Technology Festival

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Galway Science and Technology Festival broke all previous attendance records on Sunday for the much-anticipated return of the Festival Exhibition, hosted by the University of Galway and spread right throughout the campus.

Harris hears that GTI has outgrown its Fr Griffin Road location

 

 

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