NUI Galway Exhibition on New Face of Italian Publishing

NUI Galway Exhibition on New Face of Italian Publishing

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His Excellency Paolo Serpi, Ambassador of Italy to Ireland, and Professor Brian Hughes, Dean of International Affairs, NUI Galway, will officially open a new exhibition, Cover Revolution! Illustrators and the…
Classics

Classics

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A Classics degree is not a particularly pragmatic or job-focused course. However, it offers a well-balanced education. As a result it can open up a range of career options. Graduates go…
Librarianship

Librarianship

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Libraries have been around for 4, 000 years, and are an integral part of most human societies. They gather and organise the records of human knowledge and experience. This can…
Adult and Community Education

Adult and Community Education

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What Is Adult and Community Education? Community education is adult education and learning that takes place outside of the formal education sector and aims to improve learning, empower people, and…
Geography

Geography

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The Ancient Greeks coined the the term geography. Roughly this translates as “to describe the earth.” The name hints at the scale of this discipline. As you can guess, geography encompasses…
History

History

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The Roman politician and philosopher Cicero once claimed that:”History is the witness that testifies to the passing of time; it illuminates reality, vitalises memory, provides guidance in daily life and…
English

English

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While many people enjoy a good read, studying English at college is really for those who wish to explore and research the best of modern and classic literature. Students engage…
European Studies

European Studies

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European Studies a fascinatingly varied topic of study and Ireland’s future is firmly tied with the European Union economically, politically, legally, and socially. Because of this, many Irish graduates want…
Media Communications Summer Course for teenagers

Media Communications Summer Course for teenagers

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The Irish Academy of Public Relations will be running a media communications summer course for teenagers this July. The course is open to students aged 13 to 17 years old and…
Cambirdge First Cerftificate Preperation Course

Cambirdge First Cerftificate Preperation Course

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At EGA International, we believe the most valuable tool for success in life is clear communication. We need to understand and we need to be understood. Our mission is to…
Social Studies At The Open Training College

Social Studies At The Open Training College

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Thinking of getting ‘professionalised’? The Open Training College is still open for applications for its BA in Applied Social Studies (Disability) courses commencing September 2015. ‘Learning Together’ The Open Training…
NUI Galway to pilot Creative Arts Scholarship Scheme

NUI Galway to pilot Creative Arts Scholarship Scheme

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NUI Galway is to make available a limited number of places in the creative arts for students of exceptional achievements under its novel Creative Arts Scholarship Scheme – the first…
Dispute resolution – letting cooler heads prevail

Dispute resolution – letting cooler heads prevail

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Cool heads, if only they prevailed a bit more often. It seems that wherever there are people, there will inevitably be disputes – whether over money, territory, possessions or rights.…
Social change through Social Care

Social change through Social Care

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Providing care and opportunity to the most vulnerable members of our society is a huge undertaking for those responsible. Social care workers must be determined, compassionate, empathetic, and well prepared in…
Literature’s power to connect

Literature’s power to connect

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Good fiction often gives expression to things we may find difficult to pin down or understand; skilled writers allow the forces that bubble beneath the surface of our everyday lives…
Study history and know thyself

Study history and know thyself

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  St Patrick’s weekend is coming up, which means lots of giant leprechaun hats, fake red beards, parades, an abundance of green, lapels adorned with sprigs of shamrock, and a…