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A coalition of three institutes of technology in the west and northwest has this week taken the first formal step towards establishing a technological university for the region.
GMIT has welcomed more than 2,000 first year students to its campuses in Galway and Mayo this month, the largest cohort of new students in the institute’s history.
Roscommon native Sam O’Neill has been elected Students’ Union president of Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology for a second term, after an overwhelming majority of 90 per cent voted to re-instate him into the position.
The over-riding message from the 4th annual Construction Management Conference in GMIT this week was one of cautious optimism for the industry, and a broad welcome for the new range of regulations.
Delegates from the Irish hospitality sector will gather in GMIT today (Thursday) and tomorrow for the ninth annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC). Hosted by the GMIT College of Tourism and Arts, the conference gathers industry, academia, and students together to discuss the sector’s research and industry trends.
The number of honours degree programmes offered by GMIT has increased by 50 per cent in the past year in response to student and industry demand. Information about these FETAC Level 8 programmes will be outlined at a special GMIT open day taking place this Saturday, when hundreds of second-level students will visit the institute’s Galway city campuses.
New to the market with Mullery auctioneers is No 44 Boireann Bheag, a stunning four bedroom semidetached home situated in this magnificent O’Malley built development in Roscam.
GMIT is offering a new honours degree in digital media and society in its Mayo campus, designed in collaboration with leading international ICT companies and organisations.
More than 200 jobs have been created by client companies of the Innovation in Business Centres (IiBC) in GMIT Castlebar and Galway with some 90 being created in Mayo since the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar opened its doors six years ago (2006). The IiBC at GMIT offers desk space, office space, and virtual space to new start-up companies and also runs enterprise programmes funded by various enterprise agencies.
It has been announced that Mr Lars Frisell, director of economics at the Central Bank of Ireland, will be the guest speaker at the upcoming Paddy Ryan Memorial Lecture in GMIT. The special lecture, which will be held on Tuesday December 11 in Theatre 1000, will recognise Paddy Ryan’s role as former mayor and alderman of Galway City, and honorary memory of the Galway Chamber. As part of the Amicable Society he welcomed President John Fitzgerald Kennedy to Galway during his tenure.