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Frank Ryan, the former CEO of Enterprise Ireland, has been appointed the new chairman of the governing body of Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT). The appointment was made by Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan.
GTI’s soccer team is set for its first final after a sparkling campaign in the Combined Colleges division one league. They will take on Dundalk IT next Wednesday (February 16) in Leixlip, Co Kildare (2pm).
Following the local final of the Newstalk Student Enterprise Competition at AIT, a team of students has been chosen to represent the college at the national semi-final of the competition in February. The students that make up the winning team are Nikita Dementiev, Ellen Rodekuhr, Inken Rodekuhr, and Ardan Hennessy.
A study trip to the Caribbean is up for grabs by Institute of Technology and National College of Ireland students from this week.
National College of Ireland has announced a strategic partnership with the Western Management Centre to offer local delivery of a number of the college’s most popular courses.
The Institute of Technology, Sligo has selected the team to go forward to the national finals of the 2008/2009 Newstalk 106-108 fm student enterprise competition.
Attitudes to money, budgeting, and dealing with debt were just some of the topics discussed by Kilkenny youngsters who gathered last weekend at the YouthBank Moneysense workshops at the National College of Ireland.
Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) will offer 115 free part-time undergraduate college places for unemployed workers in September as part of a labour market activation initiative announced by the Minister for Education and Science, Batt O’Keeffe.
The latest list of feeder schools to third level education published this week shows that the numbers of students who sit their Leaving Certificate and go on to third level education is still very high. One school in the county, St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, had 98 students sit the Leaving Cert in 2009, and according to the report 100 per cent of them went on to third level with NUI Galway the top choice for those students, with 28 going there.