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NUIG virtual information evening for potential Mature Students

NUI Galway is holding a virtual information evening this week for potential Mature Students and Adult Learners interested in university this year.

This online information evening is designed particularly for those aged 23 or over wishing to find out more about study options at NUIG.

Staff from undergrad and postgraduate course will be on hand with information, NUIG’s Career Development Centre, and the university support staff will be present to provide assistance to help people make a decision which suits their personal circumstances and professional development needs.

Members of the Access Centre will be available  to answer questions on pre-university courses in terms of Access courses.

The Disability Support Services, who have expertise in supporting students at third level who may have a long-term health condition (physical or mental), or a specific learning difficulty, will also be in attendance to give guidance to prospective students.

Trish Bourke, Mature Student Officer at NUI Galway, said: “Mature Students are a valued asset to our university and they bring enthusiasm and motivation to learn and manage family life and studies to reach their goal of attaining a rich education.”

Registration for this event is essential. Please register at nuigalway.ie/caoevents/ or contact maturestudents@nuigalway.ie.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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