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Thermo King and GMIT team up to create new Engineering degree

A new bachelor's degree in Automation and Robotics has been announced at GMIT as part of a new collaboration between the college and technology...

GMIT launching LGBTQ+ and Allies network

GMIT will launch its LGBTQ+ and Allies Staff Network next Monday with a livestreamed launch event featuring a array of guest speakers.The launch will...

GMIT awarded €1.8m for huge boost to apprenticeship courses

GMIT has been awarded €1.8 million to increase the number of apprenticeship courses it offers in Galway City and Letterfrack. The funding from the Higher...

State of the art Medical Imaging Suite added to GMIT medtech centre

GMIT has a new state of the art Medical Imaging Suite to add to the expanding range of resources on offer for medtech researchers.The...

GMIT invites school children to take part in Robot Art Challenge

GMIT is inviting primary and secondary school children to take part in a unique national art competition called The Robot Art Challenge.Instead of using...

GMIT virtual choir stuns again with Bohemian Rhapsody

The GMIT choir have released their sixth virtual hit with a rendition of one of the all time greats in Queen's stellar Bohemian Rhapsody.The...

GMIT catering to growing demand for apprenticeships

GMIT is taking a greater role in catering to the growing demand for apprenticeships with a new dedicated department.The Department of Engineering Apprenticeships has...

GMIT investing €1 million in transition to high-tech industry

GMIT is investing €1 million in a plan to deepen collaboration between the Institute of technology and the engineering industry.The GMIT 'Transcend' project aims...

GMIT student from Gort wins prestigious engineering award

GMIT Engineering student Simon O’Grady from Rinneen, Gort received a prestigious industry award for his academic achievement this week from the Chartered Association of Building...

GMIT achieves Athena Swan Bronze Award for advancing gender equality

GMIT has been awarded an Athena SWAN Bronze Award for work to advance gender equality among staff and students in recent years.GMIT was awarded...

GMIT hotel school looks to the future with virtual careers fair

The tourism and hospitality industries might be on the back foot right now, but they're still looking to the future based on the dozens...

GMIT welcomes report recommending increased funding to tackle sexual consent and violence

GMIT has welcomed the publication of the Technological Higher Education Authority's report on sexual violence and consent on campus, which calls for greater support...

GMIT hotel school team wins national hospitality award

A team of students from GMIT's Galway International Hotel School have been declared the winners of a prestigious national hospitality award.The five person team...

GMIT celebrating International Women’s Day with programme of virtual events

GMIT is holding a series of virtual events on Monday to mark International Women's Day, including public talks, seminars, and an art exhibition by...

Step forward in plans to form new Technological University including GMIT

The formation of the Connacht Ulster Alliance - a merging of GMIT, Letterkenny IT and IT Sligo - has taken a step forward.Minister Simon...

NUIG and GMIT urge students to take part in national survey

NUIG and GMIT have issued a joint call for their students to take part in the National Student Survey 2021 to give feedback that...

Outbreaks of COVID-19 reported among GMIT and NUIG students

The HSE's Public Health Department have reported an outbreak of COVID-19 among GMIT and NUI Galway students.GMIT reported that on Saturday that the outbreak...

GMIT awards 90 scholarships recognising students’ achievements

Ninety GMIT students have been awarded scholarships in recognition of their academic, personal, sporting, and cultural achievements.The scholarships were awarded at a virtual ceremony...

Retired GMIT lecturer receives prestigious French government award

Retired GMIT lecturer Anne Brindley has been awarded the prestigious title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Palmes académiques by the French government.The honour was bestowed on...

NUIG and GMIT receive over €1 million for mental health and disability supports

NUIG and GMIT will receive more than €1 million for infrastructure and services supporting students with disabilities and mental-health difficulties.The funding from the Department...
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