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€25 million investment in further education announced for Castlebar

Castlebar has moved a step closer this week to hosting a College of the Future. Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim Education and Training Board has been approved to press ahead with the next phase of proposal development for a state of the art further education campus in the town.

Minister comes loaded with Christmas €110m goodies bag for Galway’s education sector

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Galway’s reputation as a educational location par excellence received a €110m boost this week when funding commitments for the creation of a College of the Future and an expansion of ATU Galway were both announced.

New scheme sees some 200 student beds to be provided in University of Galway

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.

DRIVING HISTORY: Where we take a journey through someone’s driving past

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Current Car — David Leahy is the Chief Executive Officer of the Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board. Fitting for the former history teacher, his driving past is varied and interesting. Currently the owner of an Audi A6, his first car was actually a van. Remembered by David as ‘a great little servant’, the 1991 Toyota Starlet, transported David from Trinity College to his lodgings saving him the twenty mile daily cycle.The Starlet saw him through the naughties, and was replaced by a series of cars, including a Nissan Almera, Saab 95 and a much loved Land Rover Defender.

€107m boost as Minister announces green light for new GTI and ATU

Local TD and Minister of State at the Department of Transport Hildegarde Naughton has confirmed that €107 million is being allocated for two local educational projects in Galway. Minister Naughton was speaking after receiving confirmation from her colleague, the Minister for Further & Higher Education, Simon Harris TD, who is in Galway today to mark these announcements.

Call for new campus at Mayo FET College

 

Harris hears that GTI has outgrown its Fr Griffin Road location

 

Two Galway students awarded Naughton Foundation Scholarships

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The Naughton Foundation Scholarship which is worth €20,000, was awarded to two Galway students, Rachel Harris and Alex Haugh.

‘Not a question of whether we will emigrate, but when,’ says local student leader

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MORE THAN 200 students gathered at the ‘The Big Yellow Thing’ on the University of Galway campus last week to protest the overwhelming cost of living crisis currently pulsing through the country.

Significant capital investment for further education and training services in Athlone

Significant capital investment to enhance further education and training services in Athlone has been announced by the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Deputy Simon Harris.

 

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