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Team Horizon deliver engineering, quality management and process excellence solutions to leading manufacturing organisations in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries.
Q: Yesterday I attended for interview for a marketing role and felt I did well. I’m a new graduate and it was my first job interview. This morning, I got an email from the employer thanking me for coming along. She asked me to email her back confirming that I am still interested in the position. I am definitely interested, but found this to be an unusual question. Surely the fact that I turned up for the interview shows that I am interested. How should I reply? (LD, email).
Businesses planning to enter the SCCUL Enterprise Awards are being urged to submit their entries as soon as possible. The deadline for entries to the awards which celebrate entrepreneurship and reward local enterprise is 5.30pm on Monday next November 18.
Now that the jubilation of the Leaving Certificate results has started to calm down, it is time this week for students across Galway to find out what their next academic step will be with the first round of CAO offers being released on Monday.
The presidents of NUI Maynooth and Athlone Institute of Technology have announced the formation of a new strategic partnership between their institutions. The partnership will facilitate collaboration in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes; student access and progression; research, commercialisation, and entrepreneurship; and internationalisation.
Demand for science courses at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) has soared by 30 per cent, with nearly 6,300 mentions recorded through the CAO for science programmes at the institute. The number of applicants for honours degrees at AIT has risen by 20 per cent, to over 4,500.
Ireland’s oceans are an extraordinary natural resource with massive potential yet to be tapped, according to Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney, who was speaking at a national marine economy conference held in Malahide, Co Dublin, on Tuesday last.
Students coming to Galway for their third level education have made course choices which are in line with national trends with CAO points required for entry to courses in science, engineering, agriculture, technology, computer, and courses with languages increasing, while arts and business courses, which were so popular during the boom years, are experiencing a decline.
Data released this week by the Galway-based Collins McNicholas Recruitment and HR Services Group, one of Ireland’s leading recruitment firms, has revealed significant job growth in the first half of 2011 with the number of job vacancies registered with Collins McNicholas in 2011, 58 per cent higher than it was in the first half of 2010.
The Centre for Talented Youth Ireland is holding assessments for secondary school students at GMIT’s northern building on Saturday at 1.30pm.