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Mayo’s frequent appearances down through the years in the pages of one of the world’s best known magazines, National Geographic, is to be the subject of an illustrated lecture at the GMIT Castlebar campus on Wednesday next at 8pm.
Fionnuala Comer and Anthony Voisine, two final year business students in GMIT Castlebar, have won first prize in the annual GMIT Student Innovation Awards 2013 for their start-up business concept ‘Lollicakes’, an innovative healthy confectionery for all types of occasions.
A talk on mental health will take place at the GMIT Castlebar Campus on Thursday February 14. Dr Grainne Fadden, a leading UK clinical psychologist, will present a master class on Working Collaboratively with Families in Mental Health: Challenges and Opportunities.
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.
No matter what your education or career goals are, it is helpful to begin preparing early. Castlebar Credit Union encourages starting a savings account from a young age. However sometimes savings may not be enough to cover all educational costs, particularly at third level.
Better Grades Grinds School is commencing classes in Tuam this week and in GMIT Castlebar Campus from Monday February 7 offering evening and Saturday tuition for Junior and Leaving Certificate students.
Two leading entrepreneur businessmen, Jonathan Ruane from Eventovate and Leonard Moran from Ovagen, will address this year’s Enterprise Evening hosted by the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) Castlebar.
GMIT Castlebar, in conjunction with the Union of Students in Ireland (USI), will hold a grant and accommodation information session on Thursday August 26 next in the GMIT Castlebar campus at 7pm. The information session is aimed at students and the parents of students who are either returning or starting college this year.
The Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation have officially launched a new scholarship programme for students of GMIT Castlebar Campus which will be funded through the collection of unwanted mobile phones. The new scholarships, valued at €1,000 each, will be awarded to students who have played an active part in fundraising and awareness raising for charities, with these students nominated by staff and students of the Castlebar Campus and the winner selected by an independent panel.
An innovation programme for Mayo, the Higher Certificate in Business in Enterprise Development, has been launched by Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and the Innovation in Business Centre at GMIT Castlebar.