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Creative partners join forces for new NUI Galway postgraduate certificate

A new postgraduate certificate in creative arts management will be offered by NUI Galway as part of its longstanding education partnership with Galway International Arts Festival.

Castlebar woman appointed to Board of Education Research Centre

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Dr. Sharon Feeney, Head of Learning Development in TU Dublin’s Faculty of Business, has recently been appointed to the Board of the Education Research Centre (ERC).

NUI Galway launches events to mark Irish Traveller Ethnicity Day

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President of Ireland Michael D Higgins led the opening of the week-long celebrations to mark Irish Traveller Ethnicity with a keynote address, exploring rights and other issues for the Traveller community.

TUS preparing to upgrade sports facilities in Athlone to ‘highest FIFA certification level’

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The Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) has been awarded a grant allocation of almost €180,000 to upgrade its existing sports facilities in Athlone to the ‘highest FIFA certification level’.

Harris announces new €2,000 support for apprenticeship employers

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris has announced the introduction of an annual grant of €2,000 for employers who employ apprentices in one of the 37 apprenticeships which have been established since 2016.

NUIG students can 'speak out' about violence, bullying, and sexual harassment

NUI Galway has launched a groundbreaking online tool for people to anonymously report experiences of violence, bullying, and sexual harassment.

Thousands of free course opportunities available for unemployed, self-employed, and those returning to work

The Springboard+ 2021 programme will offer 10,158 free and subsidised places on 294 courses this year. Some 1,100 places on one and two year ICT graduate conversion courses are also on offer under the initiative.

GMIT expands apprenticeship course offerings

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.

Michael Ring TD welcomes Technological University for the West

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The announcement of a Technological University for the West/North West was welcomed this week by Michael Ring TD, who stated: "This a significant day for the West and North West and for higher education generally. TUs are step-change institutions in the higher education landscape.

New outdoor dining scheme a boost for sector recovery

Constituency Fianna Fáil Minister of State at the Department of Business, Deputy Robert Troy, has described launch of the Outdoor Dining Scheme as a great opportunity for the hospitality sector to increase capacity.

 

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