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THE AWARD winning Galway artist Jennifer Cunningham is taking bookings for her classes in September, which cater for all ages and ability, from beginners to advanced students who want to sell work, or are currently in third level.
Classifieds.advertiser.ie, Galway’s largest online property rental site, shows a total of 113 properties are available for rent in Galway City largest (Wednesday).
Achill based Fianna Fáil councillor Paul McNamara has called for the introduction of a standard start date for all schools after the summer holidays are over. "It should be the first Monday in September, we have schools going back yesterday then today, and some not back until Tuesday next week. This has a knock on effect on places like Achill where we rely on tourisim. I was talking to people last week who were heading home because they had children going back to school this week. That's a whole week that the tourisim industry is losing out on because of schools starting on different dates."
The latest emigration figures from the Central Statistics Office reveal a jump in the numbers of highly qualified graduates choosing to emigrate this year. The Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Jobs Dara Calleary has raised concerns about the increase in young Irish people with third level degrees who are opting to leave Ireland.
Educate Together announced on Wednesday evening that its planned new national school for Castlebar would now not be opening, just days before it was due to open for the first time. The educational organisation said up until Wednesday, it was ready to go ahead and open the school in temporary accommodation, but was given an ultimatum by the Department of Education and Skills that it must accept the accommodation in the old national school in the Burren, outside Castlebar, or postpone the opening of the school.
NUI Galway’s JE Cairnes School of Business and Economics will host the 18th annual Irish Academy of Management Conference 2015 on September 3/4.
Starting in September, Galway Arts Centre presents a daytime class for beginner and continuing creative writing students, facilitated by poetry and fiction writer Susan Millar DuMars.
The annual exhibition of Jim Kavanagh’s Art School students is currently on show at the Market Street Gallery (the old Connacht Tribune Print Works).
First year students are most vulnerable in trying to find scarce accommodation, acording to Winters Property Management’s Enda McGuane.
The cost of third level education is putting increasing pressure on parents in Galway, according to Padraig O’Callaghan from St Columba’s Credit Union.