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Free higher education courses announced for Galway

Twenty free and subsidised higher education courses have been announced for Galway as part of the Human Capital Initiative (HCI) Pillar 1 scheme. The courses are...

NUI Galway elects new Governing Authority

NUI Galway has announced the results of elections for staff and graduates to its new Governing Authority, which sees women take up six of...

New SOLAS strategy will benefit Further Education and Training in Galway

A new strategy will expand the role of Further Education and Training in Galway and all across Ireland, according to Andrew Brownlee, CEO of...

Over 1,500 free and subsidised higher education places available in Galway

There are 1,550 free and subsidised higher education places available in Galway for the next academic year, as part of two government initiatives. The courses...

Calls for next government to invest in Community Education

The next government must move the debate about educational access and equality beyond formal education settings. It must do this by appointing a Minister of...

University of Galway to improve access for people with an intellectual disability

University of Galway has secured €814,000 to improve access to higher education and learning for people with an intellectual disability. The funding will allow the...

ATU Galway lays out ambitious plans for new building

Atlantic Technological University Galway has laid out ambitious plans for a state-of-the-art new building on its Galway City campus. The new building will contain a...

Minister Simon Harris announces new investment in ATU Galway campus

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris has confirmed a major new investment in the Atlantic Technological University Galway campus. This investment will provide for the...

€6.5m announced for ATU and University of Galway

Senator Seán Kyne has welcomed funding from Minister Simon Harris for ATU and University of Galway of over €6.5 million to be administered by...

University of Galway welcomes govt approval for 3 new healthcare degrees

University of Galway has welcomed Government approval for three new healthcare degrees with a specific focus on community-based care and addressing workforce needs in...

Atlantic Technological University included in new student accommodation plans

Atlantic Technological University is being included in a new government plan to deliver new student accommodation for the TU sector. Minister for Higher Education Simon...

Over €450,000 funding to help Galway students with cost of living crisis

More than €450,000 in grant funding has been announced to help university students in Galway with the cost of living crisis. This once off funding...

NUI Galway & ATU get €6.5m for greener and more accessible campuses

NUI Galway and Atlantic Technological University have been awarded €6.5 million in funding for greener and more accessible campuses. Minister for Further and Higher Education...

850 free and subsidised 3rd level places offered at Galway colleges

Hundreds of free and subsidised higher education places will be made available in Galway colleges as part of the 2022 Springboard+ and HCI Pillar...

New guide launched on European opportunities for young people

A new guide on the opportunities and supports available to young people as EU citizens was launched this week to coincide with Europe Day. Launched...

Series of events launched to mark Irish Traveller Ethnicity Day

NUI Galway has launched a series of events to mark Irish Traveller Ethnicity Day tomorrow, Tuesday. President of Ireland Michael D Higgins led the opening...

NUIG shares Government funding for ENLIGHT University Alliance

NUI Galway has welcomed Government support for the ENLIGHT University Alliance, which will increase opportunities for students and staff to study, learn and work...

GMIT purchases Galwegians RFC grounds in €9m deal

GMIT has announced the purchase of the grounds of Galwegians Rugby Club on the Old Dublin Road for €8.95 million today. The 9.75 acre Crowley...

Free GMIT food entrepreneurship course returns

A popular and free food entrepreneurship upskilling course at GMIT will be returning this month. The Certificate in Food Innovation and Entrepreneurship course at GMIT...

NUIG launches Speak Out platform for students and staff

NUI Galway has launched its Speak Out online tool for students and staff to anonymously report violence and harassment. The platform is part of a new initiative...

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