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NUI Galway offers free places on top software programme

NUI Galway, in collaboration with 19 software industry partners, is offering a limited number of free places on its Higher Diploma in Software Design and Development Programme – Industry Stream. This programme was recently awarded the accolade of being Postgraduate Programme of the Year in Information Technology by Grad Ireland.

NUI Galway offers free places on software development programme with ninety per cent employment rate

NUI Galway, in collaboration with 16 software industry partners, is offering a limited number of free places on its innovative Higher Diploma in software design and development programme. Student fees for the course are funded by the Higher Education Authority, given the strategic importance of developing skills in this area. Successful applicants therefore, pay no fees, only a student levy of €224.

Head to Citylites and Peter Curran Electric Ltd for all your lighting and electrical needs

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‘In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary’ or so the saying goes, and at Citylites, part of Peter Curran Electric Ltd, it certainly seems true while standing in its magnificent showroom which boasts a sheer treasure trove of top quality lighting, of all shapes and sizes, suiting all needs and budgets, and where every customer is treated like a VIP.

Big business comes to Galway schools

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GMIT made the future look a lot brighter for almost 100 students from secondary schools in Galway, when they visited the Third Level Institute recently. The students were taking part in the Junior Achievement Ireland Enterprise Challenge project, supported by the GMIT Access office, under The Dormant Accounts (Educational Disadvantage) Fund for the development of access services in Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology.

Big business comes to Galway schools

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GMIT made the future look a lot brighter for almost 100 students from secondary schools in Galway, when they visited the Third Level Institute recently. The students were taking part in the Junior Achievement Ireland Enterprise Challenge project, supported by the GMIT Access office, under The Dormant Accounts (Educational Disadvantage) Fund for the development of access services in Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology.

 

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