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3 in 10 women at college experience sexual violence, national survey finds

A high percentage of college students in the Republic of Ireland have experienced sexual violence, according to the findings of a major national survey...

Families to get refunds for Leaving Cert fees in ‘next few days’

Refunds for people who had already paid for this year's Leaving Certificate exams have been processed by the Department of Education, it has been...

GMIT launches online Open Day for prospective students

While the current crisis may seem like we're stuck in limbo, life will return to normal eventually, and GMIT is helping students plan for...

Students urged to apply for SUSI grants for 2020/21

Students are being urged not to forget the year ahead and to apply for SUSI grants for the coming the 2020-2021 academic year. Online applications...

Students must get refunds for leaving accommodation early, says SF

Amid reports of students and parents being denied refunds for leaving their accommodation early due to the COVID-19 crisis, Sinn Féin's Housing spokesperson Eoin...

NUIG President asks landlords for “care and compassion” towards students

The President of NUI Galway has asked landlords and property owners to show compassion to students during the Covid-19 crisis.

NUIG launches nationwide survey on students sexual experiences

NUI Galway Active Consent and the Union of Students of Ireland have teamed up for a nationwide survey on students sexual...

Galway students among 1,500 to graduate from LIT

Galway students were among the 1,500 students who graduated from LIT’s five campuses, during nine special ceremonies over five days, with many of these...

Galway House Hunting Facebook group denies censoring posts about rogue landlords

Well-known Facebook group Galway House Hunting for sound people has denied censoring landlords' bad behaviour after being accused of removing posts about landlords engaging...

Students urged to make sure rented accommodation meets safety standards

The National Standards Authority is urging all students moving into private rented accommodation to ensure it meets the proper health and safety standards. More than...

Gardaí warn students of rental scams ahead of academic year

Thousands are scrambling to find accommodation with the results coming out this week, and in that rush young people are being urged to protect...

Galway students represent Ireland in European business competition

Three Galway students have proudly represented their country at the Junior Achievement (JA) Europe Company of the Year Competition 2019 in France. Stephen Connolly, Feidhlim...

Galway teachers celebrated at unique training event

Teachers from Galway have been celebrated for completing unique project management training held by Junior Achievement Ireland (JAI). The teachers who took part were Tara...

Two Galway students compete for title of Ireland’s best young problem solver

Galway students Sorcha Ní Choncarraige and Oisín Dilger competed for the title of ‘Ireland’s top young problem solver’ at the national final of the ADAPT Centre's...

3,000 Galway students are discovering their Leaving Cert results today

Three thousand young people in Galway are headed into secondary school for the last time today to collect their Leaving Cert results. Around Ireland 57,000...

Donegal Tuesday hits Galway as RAG Week in full swing

Galway's pubs are full to bursting with students as RAG Week continues today with Donegal Tuesday. After a stormy Mayo Monday yesterday - and freezing...
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Roscommon-Galway TD launches new survey on household debt

Roscommon-Galway TD Claire Kerrane has launched a new survey today which aims to examine the reality of household debt and how it impacts peoples...

Banned novel by Liam O’Flaherty republished 87 years on

Inis Mór writer Liam O’Flaherty’s banned novel The Martyr has been republished by Nuascéalta, eighty-seven years since its first and only publication in 1933....
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