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Students at the Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) in Athlone are aiming to help Irish businesses grow their digital footprint and increase their competitiveness through a series of live digital marketing capstone and consultancy projects.
A married couple has graduated from two different campuses of the Technological University of the Shannon (TUS), making them the first cross-campus couple to be conferred by the one-year-old university.
Now is not the time for risk aversion – this is the overriding message from the President of TUS Professor Vincent Cunnane, as he told graduates of the Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) they have led the way in a new era of education, that TUS will continue to lead, and the system must follow.
A more adaptable planning process is required for the provision of renewable energy in Ireland, participants at the European Commission Representation in Ireland’s Roadshow on Energy and Rural Communities in TUS, Athlone, were informed on Monday night.
The Technological University of the Shannon are opening a number of ‘TUS Learning Gates’ at locations throughout the Midlands region and beyond, ensuring higher education opportunities are available to those living and working in these locations.
Physical activity levels in children and teenagers across Ireland and Northern Ireland have improved slightly over the past eight years but not all children and teens have an equal chance to be active, a new Active Healthy Kids Report Card, involving the Technological University of the Shannon, has found.
TUS wins coveted HSE excellence award for new integrated student sexual health, contraception and health promotion service
The Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) has won a national award for its new integrated student sexual health, contraception and health promotion service, which aims to deliver the right care to students in the right place at the right time.
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Lecturers at the Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) took home a top award at the Irish Accountancy Awards 2022 in Dublin on Friday, winning in the ‘Excellence in Education and Training’ category, TUS being nominated for its Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Accounting, which is a three-year honours degree with an optional work placement year.
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