Search Results for 'Galway Business School'

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PennEngineering announces major digital transformation of its Mervue facility

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PennEngineering, a global leader in innovative fastening technologies and solutions, has announced a major digital transformation of its Galway facility at Mervue Business Park.

Between pandemic and Brexit, business needs to stay positive, says new Chamber president

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The new president of Galway Chamber has said that in this challenging era, lodged between the Covid-19 outbreak and the impending Brexit, businesses have to remain positive and focused.

Mr Math — understand, believe, and achieve

Mr Math offers extensive tuition classes for Leaving and Junior Cert students with a focus on examination based revision. With more than 25 years' experience, Eamonn Conroy (St Enda's Secondary School, Galway) teaches maths to all levels in a clear, structured, and accessible way.

Galway Business School - Full & Part Time Options available - Now enrolling!

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At Galway Business School, one of the leading independent third-level colleges in Ireland, they pride themselves on their ability to respond quickly to the changing needs of students, industry and labour markets. With their commitment to flexibility, accessible progression routes and a strong academic record, they support you as you embark upon a lifelong learning journey. If you are the kind of student who enjoys being challenged — intellectually, socially and personally — then Galway Business School is an institution you should consider for your studies.

Data Science must be incorporated within all future mathematics syllabii, says Loughnane

The first major modern development in computing was the emergence of the personal computer at the end of the 1970s. Then we saw the creation of the internet at the end of the 1990’ paving the way for the ‘Super Highway’.

Humble Works for Humble People

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Our illustration today is of the inner part of Galway Bay and shows the piers and harbours therein. It is one of the images in a new book entitled Humble Works for Humble People written by Noel Wilkins, a retired professor of zoology who has a number of titles to his name already, many of them dealing with County Galway. This book explores the history of the fishery piers and harbours of County Galway and north Clare. It is a scholarly but eminently readable testament to these piers as feats of engineering, but it also gives us a wonderful account of the human aspect that shadowed their construction, and finally it describes beautifully the maritime activities that gave life to the west coast — kelp making, fishing, turf distribution, and sea-borne trade.

GALWAY BUSINESS SCHOOL - KICKSTART YOUR CAREER!

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SEMESTER PROGRAMMES - LEVEL 6 & LEVEL 7

The Salthill Village zombies are back

On Saturday October 28, a crowd of terrifying zombies will once again be released onto the Salthill Prom.

Fermentation for gut health

The College of Naturopathic Medicine will host a health talk on fermented foods and their benefits for optimal gut health on Saturday, August 19, at 2pm.

Nutrition, a career you will love

Every New Year we make resolutions we may or may not keep. “Be healthier. Love my work…” This year, make a real commitment to yourself and your passions.

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