Funding for International MSc In Marine Biology @ GMIT

Funding for International MSc In Marine Biology @ GMIT

GMIT and a consortium of European Higher Education Institute partners have been awarded funding of €4.4 million under the EU Erasmus+ Key Action 1 – Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees 2020, to continue delivery of the International Master of Science in Marine Biological Resources (IMBRSea). The two-year joint MSc In Marine Biology @ GMIT organised […]

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GMIT Upskilling and Graduate Conversion Courses

GMIT Upskilling and Graduate Conversion Courses

GMIT has been awarded funding of €2.68m under the HEA’s Springboard+2020 and €2.02m under Pillar 1 of the Human Capital Initiative (HCI) to deliver 25 upskilling programmes from November this year (2020) including three new Springboard courses and six new HCI Pillar 1 courses. Details of the 2020 initiatives were announced yesterday (Wed 17 June […]

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GMIT to Build State-of-the-art Medical Device Test Facility

GMIT to Build State-of-the-art Medical Device Test Facility

GMIT’s Medical and Engineering Technologies (MET) Gateway is to receive €840,000 in Government funding to build a state-of-the-art medical imaging test facility for the development of next generation medical technologies. About this Medical Device Test Facility GMIT’s MET Gateway is one of 15 industry-focused Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateways located within Ireland’s Technological Higher Education Institutions. […]

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GMIT has Formed a New Alliance With Limerick and Clare ETB

GMIT has Formed a New Alliance With Limerick and Clare ETB

GMIT has formed a new alliance with Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board. This  agreement aims to increase access and create new pathways into 3rd-level education The President of GMIT, Dr Michael Hannon, and the Chief Executive of Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board, Mr George O’Callaghan, this month, have formed a new […]

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Allergan and GMIT’s new postgraduate award for life sciences

Allergan and GMIT’s new postgraduate award for life sciences

Allergan and Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) have announced a new award. The Allergan Innovation Award will support postgraduate research in the life sciences. The award also mark Allergan’s 40th anniversary in Ireland. Inspiring students to study life sciences Paul Coffey, vice president and plant general manager at Allergan’s Westport plant announced the award. “We […]

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