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Free training programmes aimed at people who have lost jobs due to COVID

Galway Executive Skillnet have created two new free training programmes to help people who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19 get back into...

GMIT student’s Remote Robot shortlisted for prestigious MIDAS competition

A GMIT student's remote controlled robot has been shortlisted for the prestigious national MIDAS Electronics competition for his remote control robot.Ruairi Doherty from Ballinasloe...

NUIG Biomedical Engineer named as ‘visionary’ in list of Innovators Under 35

A Biomedical Engineer at NUI Galway has been named as one of ten global visionaries in MIT Technology Review’s prestigious annual list of Innovators...

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...

Share your love of science with FameLab Galway

NUIG is once again calling for scientists and science enthusiasts to share their love of any topic with audiences at FameLab Galway. FameLab is the...

GMIT engineering students win coveted national building challenge

A team of building and civil engineering students in GMIT have won the coveted All Ireland Chartered Institute of Building Student Challenge 2019. The multi-disciplinary...

Craughwell apprentice wins student of the year prize at GMIT

This article was originally posted with an incorrect banner image. Declan Hynes, an Apprentice Technician at Boston Scientific, has won Student of the Year at...

Plans progress for state of the art STEM building at GMIT

Plans are progressing for a new state of the building for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths courses at the city campus of GMIT. The proposed...

Engineering maths exam gives Leaving Cert students second chance

Students who got enough CAO points for an undergraduate engineering course at NUI Galway but failed to get the required mark in maths will...

Using games and shark footage to get kids into engineering

The Marine Institute, Galway Atlantaquaria and the City Museum recently tried a new tack at getting young people interested in engineering at their 'Pasta...

Family Fun Day for aspiring engineers at NUI Galway

For all those young kids who love to see how things work or make something, anything, themselves, NUI Galway is hosting a...

Scholarships open to send female students to unique international engineering summer academy

NUI Galway is offering its female engineering students a unique opportunity to improve their skills and make connections with people from around the world...

GMIT student takes top prize at national engineering competiton

Paul Casey, a third year engineering student at GMIT has won first place at the national MIDAS Electronic Project Competition. The Portumna man, who is doing...

GMIT student shortlisted for national engineering award

Third Year electrical engineering student at GMIT Paul Casey has been shortlisted for the national MIDAS Electronic Project Competition. Paul is a Third Year student...

CAO 2018: Galway institutes see major points increases in Engineering and Business

The first round of CAO offers are out this morning and job orientated fields like business and engineering have trumped the arts and sciences...
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