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GMIT partners with Canadian college to promote international tourism

The GMIT Galway International Hotel School has partnered with St. Laurence College Canada on a new initiative to promote international tourism and hospitality. The two...

GMIT awarded €4.7m for 25 upskilling courses

GMIT has been awarded €4.7 million in funding for almost 1,000 upskilling and graduate conversion course places. The Institute of Technology will receive €2.68m under...

Watch: GMIT choir master releases another amazing production

A few months ago, Galway Musical Director Seán Rowland produced a captivating video of GMIT’s virtual choir singing John Lennon’s “Imagine” - to widespread...

GMIT outlines plans for coming academic year

The President of GMIT Dr Orlan Flynn is encouraging people to continue their higher education, as the Institute of Technology is finalising plans to...

GMIT to receive €180,000 for equipment to carry out research projects

Funding of over €180,000 has been allocated to GMIT for equipment to carry out vital Research & Development projects. GMIT was one of 37 successful...

GMIT wraps up project that made 10,000 face shields for healthcare workers

While colleges may be closed, their highly skilled staff have kept at work in the Covid-19 crisis, with GMIT producing over 10,000 face shields...

GMIT staff member makes hundreds of reusable face coverings for nursing homes

A staff member at GMIT has been putting her creative skills and resources to invaluable use since April, making hundreds of reusable face coverings...

New GMIT Masters brings together Engineering and Design

A collaboration between the schools of Engineering, Business, and Design & Creative Arts at GMIT has produced a groundbreaking new postgraduate course launching this...

GMIT engineers develop low-cost emergency ventilator

Staff at GMIT have bent their talents towards helping frontline services while colleges are closed by developing a new type of low-cost emergency ventilator. This...

GMIT launches online Open Day for prospective students

While the current crisis may seem like we're stuck in limbo, life will return to normal eventually, and GMIT is helping students plan for...

Virtual choir at GMIT creates stunning video of John Lennon’s Imagine

Award-winning Galway Musical Director Sean Rowland has produced an enthralling video of GMIT’s virtual choir singing John Lennon’s “Imagine” in an incredible example of...

GMIT volunteers making ventilators and vital PPE

Though teaching and much other college activity has come to a halt during the Covid-19 pandemic, staff at GMIT are still hard at work...

New GMIT President takes up post amid coronavirus shutdown

GMIT has welcomed the appointment of a new President, Dr Orla Flynn, who has started work at the deep end amid the coronavirus pandemic. GMIT,...

Coronavirus: contact tracing centre set up at GMIT

  GMIT staff started work on Monday as Contract Tracing volunteers in a newly established tracing centre to combat the coronavirus pandemic. Over 80 GMIT volunteers...

GMIT Hotel School careers fair attracts over 150 employers

Over 80 stands and 150 employers in the hotel and hospitality industry from Ireland and abroad are taking part in the...

GMIT unveils unified sports identity the Falcons

Though it might be spread across different counties, GMIT has launched a new brand to bring all its sports activities under...

GMIT investing over €6 million in new Creative Arts hub

Over €6 million is being invested in the Creative Arts hub at GMIT's Galway campus to accommodate growing student numbers. GMIT's Cluain Mhuire Creative Arts...

GMIT open evening for further education options and mature students

GMIT are hosting an open day at their Galway campus next week for Further Education, PLC and mature students interested in third-level education. The “Pathways...

Killer whales stranded in Ireland with toxic level of pollutants GMIT study shows

Killer whales stranded in Ireland have had extremely high levels of pollutants in their bodies a Galway based study has found. GMIT and the Marine...

GMIT to formally apply for Technological University status in 2020

GMIT has taken a step forward towards its goal of becoming a technological university, with a formal application expected next year. The governing bodies of...
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