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The Annual Spirit of Entrepreneurship event is just under three weeks away, taking place on Monday, September 15 in St Mary's Hall, GMIT, Mayo Campus at 6.30pm. It promises to be a great evening for aspiring entrepreneurs with great guests, interesting panel discussions, networking opportunities and free mentoring.
Ten artists, a film production company, a curator, and a photographer have been selected for the GMIT Centre for Creative Arts & Media summer residency programmes.
GMIT Mayo has launched a new part-time honours art degree, one of only two level seven (honours) part-time art courses offered by a third-level college in Ireland. The new Bachelor of Arts (honours) in fine art is a two year add-on degree which comprises modules in painting and critical theory. It will be delivered in the Mayo campus in Castlebar one and a half days a week during the academic year, commencing September (2014). Graduates will be able to work as practitioners in the fields of painting or, subject to further specialisation and experience, in the fields of community arts, public art, arts administration, art and design education, curation, practice/theory based research, and careers linked to contemporary visual art and design culture.
The latest CAO figures (March 2014) show a bounce back in demand for construction and civil engineering programmes in GMIT. Applications for the honours degree in construction economics and quantity surveying are up 80 per cent this year on last, while applications for the honours degree in architectural technology are up 43 per cent.
GMIT Mayo is holding an open evening in the civic centre, Belmullet, for two construction courses and related funding opportunities on Tuesday, February 25, at 7 pm.
GMIT is offering a new four-year part-time BA degree in contemporary art practices in its Mayo campus, commencing next January (2014).
GMIT is offering a new honours degree in digital media and society in its Mayo campus, designed in collaboration with leading international ICT companies and organisations.
Some two thousand students will receive awards from GMIT during the institute’s annual graduation ceremonies, which take place in Galway and Mayo this month.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) Castlebar has been declared a Green Campus by environmental body An Taisce in recognition of major improvements in energy conservation and recycling at the Castlebar campus in the past year.