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GMIT’s graduate and professional development office will host an open evening today (Thursday) on the institute's extensive range of part-time, Springboard+, and flexible courses available in both the Galway and Mayo campuses, commencing this month and January 2020. The evening will take place from 6pm to 8pm.
The GMIT School of Business have been awarded funding through the Government/HEA funded Springboard+ programme to provide an online course in Agricultural Entrepreneurship to 40 successful applicants.
High profile entrepreneurs to deliver part-time course at the Galway campus
New scholarship launched for marine biology students at GMITA new scholarship opportunity for second year marine biology students has been launched at GMIT.
GMIT president Dr Fergal Barry has welcomed the passing by the Seanad of the Technological Universities Bill, which paves the way for the Connacht-Ulster Alliance (CUA) to progress towards the next stage of the application for designation as a technological university for the west/north west.
This February, NUI Galway and GMIT are working together to encourage their students to take part in the national student survey at www.studentsurvey.ie. This year, for the first time, the survey includes postgraduate research students, which means that students in the West of Ireland will have an even bigger say when it comes to shaping their experience of higher education.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology has announced new partnerships with two education and training boards, aimed at improving access to third-level courses in the institute for post Leaving Certificate (PLC) and further education (FE) students in the region.
The €24 million investment in the new STEM building for GMIT is “a great boost for Galway” and the economy of the west, as well as for third level education in Connacht-Ulster, according to a Galway TD.
An Irish college in Belgium and its director have been both found guilty over an apartment fire that killed two GMIT students in 2014.
Demand has increased for engineering, science, design, and business degree courses in GMIT this year compared to last, the 2017 CAO figures show.