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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.
NUI Galway has appointed David Murphy as its new Director of Technology Transfer.
Galway Science and Technology Forum, in partnership with NUI Galway, has invited TeenTech to Galway. TeenTech is an industry-led initiative that helps students understand how STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) subjects are the pathway to tomorrow’s careers, and to give teenage inventors and innovators a head start.
A record number of employers’ groups and recruitment companies are due to attend this year’s GMIT Careers Fair, which takes place on Monday October 6, seeking to fill a broad range of jobs in a variety of sectors.
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.
Employees in some of Galway’s top companies recently welcomed fifth year students from local schools into their premises to give them a chance to see what it is really like to work there, as part of the Schools Business Partnership (SBP) which facilitates partnerships between schools and local businesses.
Far from providing a case against the proposed giant salmon fish farm for Galway Bay, the recent “unfortunate storm” is “robust evidence” the proposed site is “well suited” for a such a structure.
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?
Hundreds of students and graduates of GMIT are expected to attend the annual GMIT Careers and Recruitment Fair in the Galway campus on Monday October 7.
ESB Networks will start work next week on the final stage of a €600,000 investment programme to upgrade the electricity infrastructure in the Moate and Mount Temple areas of County Westmeath.