NUI Galway

1592 results

You can ask friends, colleagues, and former employers which soft skills come to mind when they think of you. Photograph: iStock

There has been much talk in recent months about the demise of the office. When the first cases of Covid-19 were detected in the State and the virus b(...)

Clodagh O’Keeffe, a UCD graduate, secured a job with a marketing communications company. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Sitting at home and seeing your photo loom on screen when your name is called out is far from the pomp and celebration of a traditional graduation cer(...)

Interviewing for a job – like most aspects of life – has changed since the Covid-19 pandemic. With no return to normality in sight, jobseekers are go(...)

Students will learn the legal definition of rape, sexual assault, and sexual harassment, and how to access support services through the college programme. Photograph: iStock

Young people overwhelmingly believe in the principle of sexual consent, but sometimes feel embarrassed about raising the subject , a new study has fou(...)

A woman walks through flood water in Cork city, February 2014. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Ireland’s climate is likely to change dramatically by 2050, with the eastern region worst affected by higher temperatures, according to the most detai(...)

Final year NUI Galway law student Simeon Burke: “After reading the pledge, I became very concerned. I felt it undermined my rights as an NUI Galway student and threatened my freedom to think for myself.”

NUI Galway has dropped its mandatory requirement that all students must sign a pledge to adhere to public health advice and “behave responsibly”as a c(...)

James Murray pictured during the Boer War. Photograph courtesy of Dr John Murray

On June 12th, 1963 a Dublin Corporation tenement building in Fenian Street, Dublin collapsed leading to the death of two young girls who were playing (...)

This year, some of the largest points increases are for courses that are already in relatively high demand. Photograph: Getty

It’s the news that CAO applicants have been bracing for – despite a 12 per cent increase in the overall number of third-level places available this ye(...)

Third-level students should consider not returning home at the weekends during the academic term, in order to reduce the spread of Covid-19, chairman of CAO board says.

Third-level students should consider not returning home at the weekends during the academic term in order to reduce spread of Covid-19, the chairman o(...)

‘Use technology to your advantage, there are lots of online planners and apps that can help you to manage your time,’ says Eamie Murphy

Many courses are being redesigned to cope with the new Covid-19 environment. The process started months ago for many courses but others were already b(...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • Next
  • Last »