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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...

“End is near” for Simon Harris says Fitzmaurice amid record overcrowding

Independent Galway TD Michael Fitzmaurice has said that the "end is near" for Health Minister Simon Harris amid critical hospital overcrowding. The warning that Simon...

Simon Harris out of the loop on delays to new A&E at UHG

The Saolta group which manages multiple hospitals in the west has delayed plans for a new Emergency Department at UHG without informing the Health...

Simon Harris asks people to reserve the A&E for emergencies amid trolley crisis

Health Minister Simon Harris has admitted that long waits at the A&E are "inevitable" this winter period as our hospitals are more overcrowded than...

Minsiter Harris announces package of supports for students and researchers

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris has announced a package of supports for third level students and researchers, which will allow for increases of...

Minister Harris welcomes St. Angela’s College into ATU

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris has welcomed the incorporation of St. Angela’s College into the Atlantic Technological University. St. Angela’s College in Sligo has...

Minister Harris encourages people to take Civil Legal Aid Scheme survey

Minister for Justice Simon Harris TD is encouraging people in Galway to participate in the consultation on reform of the Civil Legal Aid Scheme. The...

Minister Harris announces green light for two major education projects in Galway

Minister Simon Harris has announced today that the green light has been given for two major infrastructure projects by ATU Galway and the GRETB. The...

Students and parents urged to attend SUSI grant meeting with Minister Harris

Students and parents are being encouraged to join in an online meeting next Thursday with Minister Simon Harris and Galway Senator Aisling Dolan, to...

Minister Harris launching NUIG developed Active Consent Toolkit for consent education

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris is today launching the Active Consent Toolkit, developed at NUIG, which will be rolled out at colleges and...

President Higgins commends Galway Bay FM’s Keith Finnegan on retirement

President Michael D Higgins, along with a host of admirers, has paid tribute to the illustrious career of Galway Bay FM’s iconic broadcaster, Keith...

51 week leases for students must be addressed says local TD

Galway West TD Mairéad Farrell has said that the requirement for students to stay 51 weeks in certain student accommodation owned by investment funds...

Galway medtech companies leading €6.8 million Solascope project

€6.8 million in funding has been awarded to a medtech research and development project led by two Galway companies. Ministers Simon Coveney and Simon Harris...

Funding for mental health supports in universities

Minister for Further and Higher Education Simon Harris TD has announced €5 million in mental health support for students. University of Galway has been allocated...

Galway universities awarded over €2 million for new research equipment

More than €2 million in funding has been awarded for University of Galway and Atlantic Technological University to purchase new research equipment. Minister for Further...

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...

Official opening of new student residences in Galway

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris was in Galway yesterday to officially open Baile na Breacóige - Dunlin Village – the new student residences...

€17 million Fund announced to expand apprenticeship programmes

Atlantic Technological University is part of a €17 million fund to respond to the growing demand for apprenticeships. The funding will be dispersed across four...

€1,000 reduction in college fees comes into effect

A €1,000 reduction in undergraduate college fees has come into effect from today, with the money being returned to students' accounts. The reduction in fees...

ATU and University of Galway receive over €6 million grant funding

Atlantic Technological University and University of Galway have been awarded more than €6 million for improvements to their campuses. The funding announced by Minister or...

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