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There has never been a better time to invest in yourself by upskilling or reskilling in areas where skills are most needed in the Irish economy by enrolling in one of NUI Galway’s new free or heavily subsidised programmes.
A study carried out by the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics at NUI Galway has examined the problem of social media overload, which is the feeling of being overwhelmed and exhausted by the amount of communication and information demands a person is exposed to through social media channels, that may require energy and cognitive processing beyond their capabilities.
Aspiring female business executives can apply for a new scholarship for NUI Galway's MBA Programme.
Recently published research, which looked at the cost thresholds for relatively expensive new drugs in the UK, and its relevance to Ireland's health system will be discussed at an event at NUI Galway tomorrow (Friday March 6)
NUI Galway economics professor Alan Ahearne has been appointed as an advisor to the International Monetary Fund.
A leading Belgian professor will host a lecture and masterclasses on open innovation this week.
NUI Galway’s JE Cairnes School of Business and Economics is organising a conference and gala dinner to mark the 40th anniversary of the first intake to its master of business administration (MBA) programme. The events celebrating this milestone will take place Friday January 25 in Galway and all MBA alumni, as well as past and current teaching faculty, are invited to attend.
Leading researchers from across Europe will discuss findings from the latest research into aspects of gender and employment at a conference in NUI Galway today (Thursday) and tomorrow (Friday) Sept 6 and 7.
As part of the Visiting Fellowship Programme at NUI Galway’s Institute for Business, Social Sciences and Public Policy, Professor Ian Walker, a leading expert on coastal dune dynamics from the University of Victoria in Canada, will lead a field trip at Grattan Beach at 11am today (Thursday August 23)
NUI Galway and Hewlett-Packard have announced a new master of science degree in Cloud Computing Research. Identified by the Government, Forfás and the IDA as one of the best potential high-value growth areas for Ireland, and a vehicle for future jobs, cloud computing is set to provide a new generation of infrastructure, services and solutions for businesses.