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NUI Galway is preparing to welcome a record intake of 3,500 first year students from Monday, with a special orientation programme running at the university this weekend to help the students adjust to college life.
Galway Technical Institute is the largest and longest established college of further education in the west of Ireland, catering for up to 2,000 students annually both full and part-time.
GRETB Training Centre is now offering a fully funded International Computer Driving Licence course (ICDL).
Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre, Galway's oldest language school and a Department of Education recognised training institute, now in its 34th year of business, will hold an open day on September 28. The centre welcomes anyone interested in studying with it to drop by, where the team will have information on the foreign language programme, TEFL courses, and English language classes.
Women for Election, the non-partisan, independent organisation that has trained women to stand for election since 2012, is calling on women across Galway to sign up for its next INSPIRE Campaign School, which starts on-line on Wednesday, September 29.
In 1852, Fr Peter Daly purchased the estate of Kilcorkey from the Encumbered Estates Court. The owner of an adjoining site subsequently disputed his title to a particular plot and brought proceedings against him. Peter Daly, however, proceeded to construct on the plot in question a building he described as "A Benevolent Home for aged respectable females whose circumstances would render them unable to afford themselves a comfortable home". An attempt was made to settle the case out of court but it failed and, in court, judgment was given for the plaintiff Miss Grattan Esmonde. She was given possession of the house in August, 1863.
Four Mayo students have won top prizes in this year’s 67th Texaco Children’s Art Competition, the results of which were delayed until now, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Choosing a course is one of the most important decisions you will make, so why not call in to Galway Community College during its open day Fridays this September and get the information you need to make it correctly.
I-Career, based in Oranmore, Galway, is now in its 12th year in business. The company specialises in career planning for young people between the ages of 13 and 25 who are challenged by education and career planning decisions.
Maoin Cheoil na Gaillimhe, a vibrant music school in the heart of Galway city, is welcoming new students to its programmes this academic year. After 18 months of teaching online, the music school is relaunching all of its programmess in person throughout the academic year.