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A common question from students this time of year is, “What exactly is an arts degree? Otherwise known as humanities education, this is a broad qualification offering a wide range of two-subject combinations to degree level. Bachelor of arts degrees are diverse and encompass a wide interest area, including English, history, geography, psychology, law, music, computers, and languages. Humanities students could also have BAs in media, business, economics, maths, and politics. In addition to academic study, students acquire transferable skills in critical thinking, problem solving, communications, digital expertise, and creative solutions to problems.
A study led by researchers at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, in collaboration with NUI Galway, has resulted in the development of the world’s first scientific shellfish traceability tool.
Athlone Institute of Technology will launch a comprehensive student sexual health service to meet the needs of its growing student population, 61 percent of whom are aged 18-24 and are classified as ‘high risk’ for sexually transmitted infections.
A snapshot of the employment landscape in the Midlands region has revealed a young, highly-qualified, experienced and multilingual workforce in the region, a s kills survey, carried out by Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Group in association with IDA Ireland, has revealed.The results of the survey were made public at a forum which took place in Dead Centre Brewing this week.
Researchers have long suspected that taking a number of prescription medications concurrently, otherwise known as polypharmacy, is a leading cause of therapeutic non-compliance among patients.
No 90 Caiseal Cam is an impressive detached four/five bedroom home finished to a high standard and situated in very a desirable position at the end of a cul de sac, overlooking a leafy green in one of the best regarded developments in Galway city.
A new scholarship fund for Galway students has been unveiled by the owners of the Galway Wind Park.
An exhibition examining the effect of rural electrification on women in Ireland in the 1950s and 1960s was launched by former President of Ireland Mary Robinson at the National Museum of Ireland – Country Life, in Turlough Park, Castlebar, last Friday.