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Credit unions in Mayo have pledged €50,000 for relief efforts in Nepal.
Local primary schools have been invited to participate in the first stage of the nationwide 2015 Credit Union Schools Quiz competition, being run by the Athlone Credit Union in Count John McCormack Hall, AIT on Sunday February 1 at 2.30pm.
Points have risen across all five colleges in NUIG, which include medicine, biomedical science, arts, occupational therapy, biopharmaceutical chemistry, and speech and language therapy.
Some 200 credit union representatives will meet in Galway this weekend for their annual youth conference.
Castlebar Credit Union urges people in the Castlebar area to avoid the use of moneylenders this Christmas. Castlebar Credit Union is on hand to help you through the Christmas season.
Wednesday saw the weeks and months of mounting pressure lifted for the 1,619 young men and women in Mayo who received their Leaving Cert results. The hard work, the effort, and the bit of luck they were looking for will have hopefully paid off for them, when they opened the envelope as they walked out of their secondary school for the final time. What’s next in store for them will come to pass early on Monday when the first round CAO offers come through their letterbox or the nervous click of a mouse or tap on a smart phone if the check online, from the literal crack of dawn, when the offers go live at 6am.
The latest market research report by the Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU) confirms the positive status of credit unions and the fact that a majority of personal and car loans drawn by Westmeath people come from credit unions.
The waiting game is now being played by the 1,619 students in Mayo who got their Leaving Cert results on Wednesday, as they wait until Monday morning for the first round offers from the CAO for college places. The gender breakdown of those who sat the Leaving Cert in the county saw 19 more males sitting the exams this year, with 801 females sitting the exams and 818 males. A total of 89 students in Mayo sat the Leaving Cert applied examination this year, where they were graded on their work over two years on a continuous basis. The gender breakdown for that stream in Mayo was 31 females and 58 males taking that education stream. Candidates who wish to view their examination scripts to see how the marking scheme was applied to their work have until next Tuesday, August 20, to get their completed application forms in. The forms are available through each candidate’s school. This is a free service available to all candidates. Candidate who wish to appeal their results have until Wednesday September 4 to do so.
Going to college is an exciting time but it can also be very stressful for both students and parents alike. The increase in the third level registration fees combined with the very significant day to day costs of going to college are forcing many to borrow in order to meet these costs, according to Castlebar Credit Union.