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Minister for State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton, is encouraging all schools in Galway and South Mayo to apply for the Safe Routes to School programme.
NUI Galway’s AMBA and AACSB accredited MBA programme, which celebrates its 50th anniversary next year, will host a virtual MBA open evening on April 21 at 6pm. The open evening is a great opportunity to learn about the programme and to meet MBA faculty, students, and graduates.
The International College for Personal and Professional Development, ICPPD, opened its doors to learners in September 2010. ICPPD’s vision is to inspire, encourage, and support people on their path towards wholeness and wellness. The goal of the organisation is to provide academic and professional validated programmes of excellence in the field of counselling and psychotherapy, and to offer associated courses to a community of adult learners from at home and abroad.
The Design & Crafts Council Ireland has announced an exciting new partnership with Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology that will see the creation of two new degree courses for students.
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, is encouraging parents of special needs students to submit their application for a 20-hour supplementary education support scheme which will provide in-person tuition or care by teachers and SNAs in the home over a four-week period.
Following the recent announcement of its global AACSB accreditation (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), NUI Galway’s JE Cairnes School of Business and Economics is now accepting applications for its 30% Club Scholarship for September 2021. Now in its fourth year, the scholarship aims to advance female leadership in business organisations and is a key influence in the increased number of female participants applying to and joining the university’s MBA programme.
GMIT Mayo and the Children and Young People’s Services committee (CYPSC), Mayo, will host a two-day virtual conference starting today, Friday, March 26, concluding on Saturday, March 27, on the theme of Outdoor Play, titled 'Leave No Stone Unskipped', for educators, parents, students, researchers and policy makers.
Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim Education and Training Board has this week announced the founding of a new Further Education and Training college: Mayo College of Further Education and Training.
GMIT Mayo and the Children and Young People’s Services Committee, Mayo, will host a two-day virtual conference on March 26 and 27 on the theme of outdoor play, titled “Leave No Stone Unskipped”, for educators, parents, students, researchers and policy makers.
The Ombudsman for Children wants to know how students from Galway feel about going back to school and what school means to them. A year after schools closed for the first time, and with the phased reopening of schools under way, the #MoreThanSchool campaign is a chance for students to have their say.