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Free places on social media applications and sales course at AIT

The Department of Lifelong Learning at the Athlone Institute of Technology has announced that it has received funding from Springboard to fund 25-plus part-time places on its newly developed certificate in social media applications and sales, HETAC Level 6, one year, part-time programme. The programme will be delivered in AIT over 16 hours delivered on Thursday and Friday, with the occasional Saturday, for one year commencing this December 12. The application deadline is Friday November 29.

Russian language and culture courses at Paper Crane

Paper Crane is a Russian educational club, which is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year. It educates children and adults, in preserving and promoting the heritage of Russian traditions and the language itself, in bringing together all enthusiasts interested in the past, present, and future of Russian culture.

CAO offers show commerce and science popular with students

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Now that the jubilation of the Leaving Certificate results has started to calm down, it is time this week for students across Galway to find out what their next academic step will be with the first round of CAO offers being released on Monday.

After the results comes the waiting game for Leaving Cert students

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.

NUI Galway special maths exam offers Leaving Cert students a second chance

The College of Engineering and Informatics at NUI Galway has announced details of a special entrance maths examination to give students a second chance to pursue a career in engineering.

New app to help future graduates add up points

The first official third level app designed for students to calculate leaving certificate points has been launched by NUI Galway. iPoints - the free app is a must for all Leaving Cert students expecting their results on Wednesday next14 August and is available through iTunes since Tuesday.

Leaving Cert students to receive road safety message

Every Leaving Certificate student in Mayo will receive a good luck card from Mayo County Council and the gardaí in a novel initiative aimed at highlighting road safety.

Help for Leaving Cert students who suffer from migraine

Under certain circumstances special arrangements can be made to facilitate a student with migraine when taking State examinations

Yeats College now enrolling for Irish summer college

Yeats College Galway has this week announced the return of its much sought after Irish language college. In its fourth year, Colaiste Yeats offers a two-week day course for Junior Certificate, Leaving Certificate, and primary school students.

No surprises in opening round of senior championship

The first round of the senior football championship took place last weekend and there are no shock results to report. Reigning champions Mullingar Shamrocks got their defence of the title off on the right note with a comfortable 0-12 to 0-7 win over a disappointing Bunbrosna side.


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