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Sustainable Energy Authority chief visits Crossmolina

CEO of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, Dr Brian Motherway visited Crossmolina recently and met with the Chair and members of Crossmolina Community Development Committee and other stakeholders in the Community to discuss the potential for Crossmolina to be funded as a Better Energy Community. The meeting was organised by Deputy Michelle Mulherin who said she was delighted that Dr Motherway accepted her invitation to come to Crossmolina for the meeting.

CAO offers show commerce and science popular with students

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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.

Mayo Man wins UCD Start-Up Award

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PurOrigin, a new venture focused on designing and developing novel, energy efficient, domestic appliances, has won the University College Dublin 2012 NovaUCD 2012 Start-Up Award. In addition to the award the promoters of PurOrigin were presented with a €20,000 prize fund after being declared overall winner of University College Dublin’s 17th NovaUCD Campus Company Development Programme.

Galwayman who designed energy efficient clothes dryer wins start-up award

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PurOrigin, a new venture focused on designing and developing novel, energy efficient, domestic appliances, has won the University College Dublin 2012 NovaUCD 2012 Start-Up Award. In addition to the award the promoters of PurOrigin were presented with a €20,000 prize fund after being declared overall winner of University College Dublin’s 17th NovaUCD Campus Company Development Programme.

Savvy students opt for science and computer courses to avail of future job prospects

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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.

NUI Galway offers Leaving Cert students a second chance with special maths exam

The College of Engineering and Informatics at NUI Galway has announced details of a special entrance maths examination which will give students a second chance to pursue a career in engineering. The exam, which takes place on Wednesday August 24, is for students who achieve the CAO points for an undergraduate engineering degree course at NUI Galway but who have not met the obligatory maths requirement.

NUIG special maths exam offers Leaving Cert students a second chance

The College of Engineering and Informatics at NUI Galway has announced details of a special entrance maths examination which will give students a second chance to pursue a career in engineering. The exam, which takes place on Wednesday August 25, is for students who achieve the CAO points for an undergraduate engineering degree course at NUI Galway but who have not met the obligatory maths requirement.

New grants will help homeowners save

The Green Party's representative in Kilkenny has welcomed the announcement by ministers Eamon Ryan and John Gormley of €100 million worth of new grants that will help homeowners. People living in local authority housing will save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions through better insulation and energy systems.

Special maths exam offers Leaving

Students who achieve the points for undergraduate engineering degree courses at NUI Galway but do not have the maths requirement have a second chance, thanks to a special annual maths examination being offered by the university on Wednesday August 19.

NUI Galway tops university league table

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NUI Galway has been named University of the Year 2009 in the Sunday Times University Guide, securing the prestigious accolade for a second time. Outperforming 21 other third-level institutions, NUI Galway’s strong record in graduate employability, research commercialisation, and this year’s 11 per cent increase in CAO applications were among the reasons for the award.

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