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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.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) and Mayo County Council recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) setting out plans for the two organisations to work closely together on projects of strategic importance across a range of mutually beneficial areas and to promote sustainable partnerships.
Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software, is to expand its research capacity with the addition of GMIT as an academic partner.
GMIT has secured circa €1.8 m from the Higher Education Authority to increase the number of apprenticeship courses at its Galway (Dublin Road) and Letterfrack campuses from September 2021.
GMIT has created a new Department of Engineering Apprenticeships and has appointed James Boyle as the new head of department. The move comes in response to growing demand and in line with the Government’s recently launched Action Plan for Apprenticeship 2021 – 2025.
The Chartered Association of Building Engineers has presented Simon O’Grady from Rinneen, Gort, with its annual award for best first student in CABE-accredited programmes in the built environment.
GMIT Mayo and the Children and Young People’s Services committee (CYPSC), Mayo, will host a two-day virtual conference starting today, Friday, March 26, concluding on Saturday, March 27, on the theme of Outdoor Play, titled 'Leave No Stone Unskipped', for educators, parents, students, researchers and policy makers.
GMIT Mayo and the Children and Young People’s Services Committee, Mayo, will host a two-day virtual conference on March 26 and 27 on the theme of outdoor play, titled “Leave No Stone Unskipped”, for educators, parents, students, researchers and policy makers.
Ninety GMIT students were awarded scholarships in recognition of their academic, personal, sporting, and cultural achievements at a virtual ceremony last week.
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.