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The Design & Crafts Council Ireland has announced an exciting new partnership with Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology that will see the creation of two new degree courses for students.
Ninety GMIT students were awarded scholarships in recognition of their academic, personal, sporting, and cultural achievements at a virtual ceremony last week.
Galway Community College (GCC) is now taking applications for all its Level 5 and 6 QQI accredited further education courses. Applications for all courses can be completed on www.galwaycc.ie, where information about modules, course qualification, progression opportunities, and fees can be viewed. Each course page has the email address of the course coordinator, who can be contacted to get more specific information about your preferred area of study. All courses are full-time, usually four days in college with one day on work experience in local businesses and industry.
Leaders in public/private sectors and academia, will share their “Digital Transformation” stories at this free online event
GMIT’s Research and Innovation Department has announce four new Cullen Scholarship projects. Each project offers exciting opportunities to suitably qualified graduates to undertake funded PhD research in marine science and biodiversity conservation in the west.
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.
The GMIT careers service has launched a new online CV tool, CareerSet, to support GMIT students as they prepare to enter the competitive placement and jobs market.
An innovative GMIT-led project supporting the growth and sustainability of female food entrepreneurs in the European Union has been shortlisted in the Green Gown Awards 2020 (UK and Ireland).
The Castlebar campus of GMIT will play a leading role in the future of the institution as it moves towards university status - as part of the Connacht Ulster Alliance Technical University plan - according to GMIT president, Dr Orla Flynn.
GMIT’s annual conferring ceremonies will be held fully online this year with 14 sessions taking place from Tuesday November 24 to Saturday November 28. The ceremonies, which will be streamed on Facebook and YouTube, will see some 1,800 students will receive higher certificate, degree, and postgraduate awards in more than 120 courses in business, engineering, creative arts and media, furniture design and technology, hotel, heritage and tourism studies, nursing, health sciences and social care, and science and computing.