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NUI Galway recently opened its University of Sanctuary scholarship programme to potential applicants. The scholarship programme is open to international protection applicants, refugees, Irish Travellers, and vulnerable immigrant groups, and is part of a broader effort by the university as a designated University of Sanctuary to widen participation among underrepresented groups.
More than 500 guidance counsellors from all over Ireland are expected to attend the Institute of Guidance Counsellors National Conference which will be held in NUI Galway tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday. This 2020 conference is being hosted by the Galway/Mayo branch of the Institute of Guidance Counsellors. As well as facilitating the two day conference, NUI Galway has been unveiled as the main sponsor for this year’s event, with supporting sponsorship from GMIT.
NUI Galway will celebrate Irish Traveller Ethnicity Day by hosting the ‘Travellers in Education: Building a Sense of Belonging’ event on Wednesday, 26 February.
Up to 150,000 Irish patients may not need to increase their blood pressure medication despite new lower blood pressure thresholds recommended recently in US and European medical treatment guidelines.
NUI Galway athletes enjoyed a successful week competing on international and national stages.
An innovative project at NUI Galway which encourages students to explore the evolution of life on earth through the medium of film has received a significant international teaching award.
Students considering studying at NUI Galway are invited to the CAO change of mind clinic taking place on campus on Tuesday June 25. Parents and guardians are also welcome to attend the event, which runs from 12 noon to 3pm in the Human Biology Building on campus.
Mojofest, the annual mobile content creation festival, opens in Galway today with three days of events for marketers, journalists, communicators, and SMEs at NUI Galway.
The Minister of State with responsibility for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, visited NUI Galway this week to launch two new master's programmes in computer science - artificial intelligence.
NUI Galway has seen a substantial increase in demand for its courses this year, with more than 5,000 students making it their university of choice for the 2019-2020 academic year. This marked a year-on-year increase of five per cent in first preference applications, against a national picture which saw the number of applications received by the CAO by February 1 grow by 0.5 per cent on last year’s levels.