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Students’ Union says there will be enough accommodation for all AIT students

The president of Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) Students’ Union said this week there will be sufficient accommodation for all students attending the college in September.

NUI Galway offers free places on top software programme

NUI Galway, in collaboration with 19 software industry partners, is offering a limited number of free places on its Higher Diploma in Software Design and Development Programme – Industry Stream. This programme was recently awarded the accolade of being Postgraduate Programme of the Year in Information Technology by Grad Ireland.

Technological university plans for Connacht-Ulster move a step closer

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A coalition of three institutes of technology in the west and northwest has this week taken the first formal step towards establishing a technological university for the region.

NUI Galway accepts flaws in appointment process and promotes three staff

NUI Galway is to promote three staff members to the post of senior lecturer after accepting a flaw in the appointment process earlier this year. At this week’s meeting of the institute's Governing Authority a recommendation to promote the staff was accepted, following "scoring errors" in the promotion process.

NUI Galway offers free places on software development programme with ninety per cent employment rate

NUI Galway, in collaboration with 16 software industry partners, is offering a limited number of free places on its innovative Higher Diploma in software design and development programme. Student fees for the course are funded by the Higher Education Authority, given the strategic importance of developing skills in this area. Successful applicants therefore, pay no fees, only a student levy of €224.

Free places on software development programme

A limited number of free places are available for NUI Galway’s Higher Diploma in Software Design and Development Programme.

NUI Galway students make an impact in research competition

Three NUI Galway students were announced this week by the Higher Education Authority (HEA) as finalists of the 2014 Making an Impact Competition. A total of five finalists were selected.

GMIT to host public seminar on what tech companies want from graduates

The tech industry in Ireland continues to grow and opportunities exist for graduates, whether from an ICT background or not. But what do tech companies actually want? What is needed to start up a tech company of your own?

Court forces triple agency reversal on cancelled audiology course

A compromise was struck between three State agencies this week (August 21) when the High Court allowed 21 students return to their studies in Athlone.

AIT forced to discontinue audiology course

Athlone Institue of Technology have confirmed that they have been forced to discontinue their audiology degree course.

 

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