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NUI Galway commended for research excellence at the Education Awards

NUI Galway’s College of Medicine, Nursing, and Health Sciences was recently awarded Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards at the national Education Awards 2021. The Education Awards recognise, encourage and celebrate excellence in the third level education sector on the island of Ireland from both State and privately funded institutions.

Chambers and Martin announce significant funding for Irish language in city and Gaeltacht

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Jack Chambers, Minister of State for the Gaeltacht and Sport, announced on a visit to Galway City and the Connemara Gaeltacht that he has approved two further language plans under the language planning process, in respect of Galway City and the Gaeltacht Language Planning Area of Bearna and Cnoc na Cathrach respectively.

Online learning constrains the traditionally broad sweep of transition year

I am a student in transition year and in this essay, I’m going to outline why, in my opinion, online learning is the antithesis of the meaning of the TY experience.

Teacher education at GMIT

Are you interested in teaching art or design and communication graphics? Students who would like to teach creative subjects at second level should check out GMIT’s new Bachelor of Education (hons) in art, design, and graphics.

GMIT to hold virtual information evening for further education and mature students

GMIT will host a virtual open evening on Thursday, January 21, from 6pm to 8pm, for those keen to learn more about progressing from further education (FE) and post Leaving Cert (PLC) courses to GMIT. The event will also be of particular interest to mature students. The Pathways to GMIT event will provide information on all entry routes to GMIT, including CAO courses, part-time, and online courses on offer in all GMIT’s campuses in Galway and Mayo.

NUI Galway students to spread kindness this December

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NUI Galway Students’ Union (SU) are looking to spread kindness as it begins its Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) challenge this week.

Enable Ireland seeks wild atlantic art

Enable Ireland is appealing to artists to donate art pieces inspired by the wild Atlantic coast for its upcoming charity sale.

Enable Ireland Seeks Wild Atlantic Art

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Enable Ireland is appealing to artists to donate art pieces inspired by our wild Atlantic coast for their upcoming charity sale.

Minister replies to Dillon on GMIT Mayo business closure

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Mayo Fine Gael TD Alan Dillon is due to meet with Minister for Further and Higher Education, Simon Harris, for a face-to-face briefing on the status of the GMIT Mayo campus.

NUI Galway Students’ Union calls for rent refunds

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NUI Galway Students’ Union (SU) has today called on Galway landlords and student accommodation providers to provide refunds to students who no longer need to be in Galway due to the switch to online learning.

 

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