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Gaillimh le Gaeilge has announced the 16 nominees who have been selected as this year’s finalists for Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 2021. Celebrating the Gradam’s 19th anniversary, this year’s Gearrliosta reflects the diverse range of businesses and organisations celebrating an Ghaeilge and making their mark on bilingual Galway and across the country.
Galway Community College Further Education introduces new QQI early learning and care professional programme
Galway’s largest provider of early years courses, Galway Community College is introducing the new QQI early learning and care professional award which is a milestone for the early years sector.
As Autumn closes in, Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh moves to the next stage of Galway’s bilingual Business Award. 31 businesses and organisations across Galway, are preparing to showcase their bilingual endeavours as they prepare their Pacáistí Eolais (information packs) to impress the moltóirí and take one step closer to becoming the new tribe of Galway.
Choir merges voices of staff and students in GMIT, IT Sligo and LYIT
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) and Mayo County Council recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) setting out plans for the two organisations to work closely together on projects of strategic importance across a range of mutually beneficial areas and to promote sustainable partnerships.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.