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NUI Galway is offering secondary school students the choice of seven separate summer schools in June, covering the disciplines of business, nursing, computing, engineering, science and law.
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.
A new practising solicitor was welcomed at Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.
The NUI Galway Students’ Union Enterprise Awards competition is now entering its final stage as six finalists battle it out for a €20,000 investment fund to turn their ideas into reality.
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.
Gillian Buckley of the Western Development Commission (WDC) toyesterday announced NUI Galway as main sponsor of the inaugural U.S./Ireland Legal Symposium. The high profile event takes place in Knockranny House Hotel, Westport, Co Mayo from 11-13 May and offers an outstanding line up of speakers. Taoiseach Enda Kenny is guest speaker at the Gala Dinner. The event is chaired by Deirdre Somers, Chief Executive of the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) and speakers include Mr. Justice Peter Kelly of the Commercial Court and Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor of the Ohio Supreme Court.
The Western Development Commission (WDC) is the key instigator in bringing the inaugural US/Ireland Legal Symposium to Westport next month. Supported by Mayo County Council the initiative dovetails with Government plans for trade, tourism and investment. Up to 300 Irish and American business people and legal sector representatives are expected at Knockranny House Hotel from May 11 to 13. The event boasts an outstanding line up of speakers led by Taoiseach Enda Kenny who is guest speaker at the gala dinner. The event will be chaired by Deirdre Somers, chief executive of the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) and speakers include Mr Justice Peter Kelly of the Commercial Court and Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor of the Ohio Supreme Court.
Richard Findlay, the former head of media firm Scottish Radio Holdings, has moved closer to buying five Irish local radio stations with a deal expected this week.
A major backer of a deal being brokered to buy five local radio stations including KCLR - Carlow and KIlkenny’s local radio, has threatened to pull out.
Noel O’Gara, the businessman and ground rent speculator from Ballinahown, will get a “priority hearing” on January 16 when he next appears to answer the nine breaches of corporate law with which he is charged.