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Careers in Law

Law can be studied in most universities in Ireland including University of Galway, Galway ATU, Athlone TUS. University of Galway offers a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL), Law and Business, Law Criminology and Justice as well as a BA in Law which is offered through general Arts. Athlone TUS offers a bachelor’s in law and a Bachelor of Business and law. All of these courses provide a comprehensive basis in the core law subjects such as Company law, Criminal law, Constitutional law, law of contract, Property law, Tort and European law. These are the subjects that are required to sit the solicitor and bar exams. Many of these University degree courses also offer a work placement or study abroad option which provides an enriching learning experience for the student while also making them more employable.

New partnership creates pathway for young females in STEM

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Fidelity Investments and University of Galway have launched a new partnership to inspire more females to study science, technology, engineering and maths.

Women’s health seminar on post natal and pregnancy health

Dr Audrey Kinahan, pharmacist from University Pharmacy, and Aoife NI Eochaidh, physiotherapist from International Pelvic Physiotherapy Management, are running a seminar for mums-to-be and new mums. The seminar will be held in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, on Tuesday, May 16 from 7pm to 9pm. Audrey and Aoife will be giving their top tips for pregnancy and post-natal health.

Learn more about PLC courses

Post Leaving Cert courses (PLCs) are specialised courses designed to equip students with practical industry specific skills. PLCs are usually one to two-year module based programmes provided by schools and further education colleges nationwide. Some PLCs offer a placement (work experience) in the specific industry relating to the course.

County Westmeath market rents 17.3% higher in the final three months of 2022

Market rents in County Westmeath were on average 17.3% higher in the final three months of 2022 than a year previously, according to the latest Rental Report by Daft.ie.

Unique national skills platform will help close Ireland’s digital skills gap

A unique national skills platform — which will be the first of its kind in Ireland — is being developed by a partnership of public and private organisations to help close Ireland’s digital skills gap.

Historical Society talk in Claremorris

 

Report finds University of Galway sixth most expensive in EU due to cost of living

University of Galway is the sixth most expensive in the EU for international students, according to a new report.

Portiuncula University Hospital appoints new bereavement support midwife

Portiuncula University Hospital has announced the appointment of Leanne Norton as a Bereavement Support Midwife for the hospital.

IdeasLab at University of Galway helps create strategic pathway for females

IdeasLab, the entrepreneurial and innovation hub at University of Galway launched in December 2022, is now actively recruiting at the University of Galway. The programme aims to further develop female-focused initiatives with a focus on creativity as a central tenet. To ensure that the initiative is coherent, fit for purpose and student centric IdeasLab has through a consultative process designed a programme that will be reviewed by an expert advisory group.

 

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