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GMIT will operate a phased return to full on-site activities in all campuses from September 20 in line with Government guidelines, the institute has announced.
Galway Community College (GCC) continues to offer a wide range of further education business courses. The college offers Level 5 QQI accredited courses in pre-university business, marketing, and web design and a Level 6 advanced certificate 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.
Galway Community College of Further Education offers more than 40 part-time evening programmes. These courses cover many disciplines and currently cater for approximately 500 learners annually. There is a wide range of relevant accredited and general interest programmes available every September and January.
Dolan welcomes funding for social enterprises
GMIT interns receive permanent job offers from groundbreaking remote Globalization Partners programme
Galway-located Globalization Partners simplifies global remote team building by making it fast and easy for companies to hire anyone, anywhere within minutes via its global employment platform, so it was thrilled to announce the successful completion of its first-ever 13-week internship programme in which the interns were part of the software development team.
At its monthly Board meeting held last week, Connemara West wished Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) every success in its recent application as part of the Connacht Ulster Alliance (CUA) to establish a technological university in Connacht/Ulster. The application was made to the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, TD. In addition to GMIT, the Alliance comprises the Institute of Technology Sligo, and Letterkenny Institute of Technology.
Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has welcomed formal approval from HSE Estates for an €18.4 million extension at Mayo University Hospital.
GMIT’s School of Science and Computing has launched five new Master of Science programmes commencing in September 2021 - the MSc in sport and clinical biomechanics, MSc in nutrition and sensory science, MSc in medical science, MSc in biopharmaceutical manufacturing, and the MSc in international medical technologies, innovation, and development are all in-demand courses as highlighted in Ireland’s National Skills Strategy 2025.
New film studios are expected to be constructed at the Galway Airport site, after the Galway City Council backed a plan to lease a portion of the land to Danú Media - a move that would represent a major boost to the creative arts industry in the west.
Choir merges voices of staff and students in GMIT, IT Sligo and LYIT