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We often hear people say that life is not a rehearsal, so if you are interested in doing some travelling, changing career, taking early retirement, or learning about other cultures, now is the time. One of the best ways to see the world while at the same time earn some money is by teaching English. "As a teacher of English abroad, you can immediately immerse yourself in a culture and get to know the local people without having to speak the language of that culture," says Mary Grennan, director of International House Galway. "Of course, you will have the opportunity to learn the language too while you’re there, which is wonderful. You can also teach English here in Ireland in a language school or even in your own home — it’s a great cultural education, and great fun too."
Exam season is almost upon us and for thousands of secondary school students, June will see them sit their state exams for the junior and senior cycle. Younger children may have summer tests and university students have exams too. It can be a stressful time for both students and parents as they enter into the final few weeks of study and get set to take their papers. We wanted to give you a few tips to help cope with exam stress and hopefully achieve the results you are all hoping for.
Grenham Travel was crowned ITAA Travel Agency of the Year 2017 at the annual Irish Travel Industry Awards in The Mansion House in Dublin last Thursday, January 26.
Leaving Certificate Year
Leaving Certificate Year
In association with the Galway Advertiser’s classified website classifieds.advertiser.ie/jobs, Sarah Williams of Sigmar Recruitment explains how the same principles apply to studying for an exam as preparing for a job interview
It is that time of year again as more than 6,200 Galway students but pen to paper during a series of examinations taking place over the next two weeks.
Yeats College is now taking bookings for its intensive course which prepares students for the admissions test for entry to medicine in Irish universities.
Education, fun, and charity have come together to create a new website to help school pupils with their general knowledge as well as raising money for GOAL.
As Leaving Cert students continue to toil away through their final year exams this week, the unfortunate incidence of cheating has raised its ugly head. Responding to the discovery of a number of cases of cheating by students in some of the earlier exams of both the Junior and Leaving Cert, the Irish Second Level Student Union (ISSU) has called for any student who may have witnessed cheating to report it to the relevant authorities.