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GMIT Mayo Innovation Hub will host an online event with WestBIC and Grant Thornton on Thursday, September 24 at 10am focusing on R&D supports and EU Funding for start-ups.
Galway Community College (GCC) continues to offer a wide range of further education courses in the business area. The college offers courses in business and accounting, legal and medical secretary, marketing, PR and web design, business information systems, and retail pharmacy assistant. GCC also offers Level 6 business courses in business management and accounting. These courses help students to develop crucial communication skills, presentation skills, and improved project management, while learning key IT programmes and techniques.
Ahead of the campus re-opening on September 28, the GMIT has published its Covid-19 repose plan to ensure the safe return of students and staff.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board are jointly offering a maths course to CAO applicants who do not achieve the required grade in maths in their Leaving Certificate, giving students a second chance to gain admission to some courses in GMIT.
Almost €500,000 has been allocated to NUI Galway and the GMIT to recruit additional student counsellors and assistant psychologists.
Students of NUI Galway and the GMIT must not sign long term student accommodation leases until they know how long they will be physically spending on campus due to the situation with Covid-19.
Students who have just completed their Leaving Cert, and current third-level students, are to get invaluable insights on what happens next during these Covid-19 times at a free webinar at the end of August.
The construction of a state-of-the-art science, technology, engineering, and maths building at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology is set to go to tender early next year.
Galway International Hotel School (GMIT) named in the Top 10 Hospitality Management Institutes worldwide
GMIT has an international reputation for offering industry-relevant courses to the tourism industry since opening in 1972. It may come as no surprise to hear that The Galway International Hotel School in GMIT has been listed in the Top 10 Hospitality Management Institutes worldwide by global publication Education.Com
GMIT president Dr Orla Flynn recently welcomed the Australian Head of Mission to Ireland, Mr Robert Owen-Jones, to GMIT. Mr Owen-Jones was on a two-day trip to Galway seeking to build cultural and business opportunities with organisations in the west.