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A landmark policy which will see the State providing financial support in the construction of on-site accommodation at the University of Galway has been announced.
University of Galway has launched the first civic engagement scholarship in an Irish higher education institution, cementing its position as a centre for excellence in engaging students in societal change, social impact, and building civic skills.
A new chapter in the history of Galway was opened last Thursday when Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris T.D. today officially launched University of Galway.
A county-wide drum programme linking children, young people and adults is set to commence next month.
A new postgraduate certificate in creative arts management will be offered by NUI Galway as part of its longstanding education partnership with Galway International Arts Festival.
NUI Galway and Cialfo, a Singapore-headquartered ed-tech provider, have signed an agreement that will help promote the university to prospective students in Asia and worldwide.
Galway Community College of Further Education (GCC) continues to offer full-time courses in a wide variety of career areas designed for entry to skilled employment, in preparation in starting an apprenticeship, or for progression to further and higher education. For some, these courses may be used as a transition year, an opportunity to sample new vocational areas before committing to a longer course of study in higher education. All GCC's one-year courses offer a mix of blended learning, with work experience and funded Erasmus placements. These courses are aimed at Leaving Certificate and Leaving Certificate Applied graduates, mature learners, and anyone finding themselves considering changing their career path.
Cllr Owen Hanley is hosting a meeting tonight (Thursday) on the draft City Development Plan 2023-2029 which is currently on public consultation.
Galway Atlantaquaria in Salthill, is appealing to local artists to submit ideas for work to be put on display in Ireland’s largest native species aquarium.
The Galway City Council will shortly launch a new scheme featuring 60 WiFi access points in the city.