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Fresh from being announced as the new president of Network Galway, Sharon Egan sat down with the Galway Advertiser to chat about her work, the importance of being a member of Network Galway, and what she hopes to achieve in the role for 2020.
The Connacht-Ulster Alliance (CUA) of GMIT, LYIT and IT Sligo are building the digital and flexible learning capability of staff and students in its eight campuses in the West and North West in its efforts to meet the criteria to apply for Technological University (TU) designation.
GMIT Mayo has announced a brand-new part-time post graduate programme, the Master of Science in Digital Media and Marketing, which will commence delivery in January 2020. The two-year Level 9 course is suitable for those who hold a primary degree in any discipline and wish to gain a postgraduate qualification in this dynamic, high-demand skills set.
Funding of €1.4m has been afforded to Athlone Institute of Technology, an allocation which will allow the progressive third level college to expand course numbers to match industry requirements.
GMIT has submitted a planning application for a new state of the art building at the Galway campus to cater for the delivery of programmes in the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).
Two Mayo schools were celebrated at Junior Achievement Ireland’s (JAI) inaugural Entrepreneurial School Awards (TESA) Summit hosted by Microsoft recently.
Irish business group Ibec has welcomed the allocation of €2m towards the development of a Technological University (TU) in the West and North-West region.
Minister of State, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran has welcomed €2m in restructuring funding to assist Athlone IT and Limerick IT in their application for Technological University (TU) status.