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Students in GMIT’s College of Tourism & Arts have once again swept the awards board at Catex 2015, one of the biggest national culinary competitions and networking events in the Irish food service industry.
Culinary students from Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology have scooped a range of top awards at this year’s IFEX Culinary Competition in Belfast.
The Department of Lifelong Learning at the Athlone Institute of Technology has announced that it has received funding from Springboard to fund 25-plus part-time places on its newly developed certificate in social media applications and sales, HETAC Level 6, one year, part-time programme. The programme will be delivered in AIT over 16 hours delivered on Thursday and Friday, with the occasional Saturday, for one year commencing this December 12. The application deadline is Friday November 29.
Mayo-native Bernard O’Hara, who is registrar of Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology is to retire from September 1.
A Galway student attending GMIT Letterfrack has been awarded the prestigious Ronald McDonnell Bursary for her talent in furniture conservation and restoration.
The admissions office at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology has received over 600 applications for its new degree programme at the Castlebar campus — the BA in applied social sciences, commencing in September.
A third-level lecturer who resigned from Athlone Institute of Technology after breaching his contract by working in two colleges at the same time looks set to receive pensions from both of the schools when he reaches retirement age, it was revealed yesterday evening (Thursday).