Online learning the key for sports professionals

Ballymote native and professional rugby player with Atlantique Stade Rochelais in France, David McGowan, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Management at the IT Sligo Conferring.   David was able to study online part time through IT Sligo while he got on with his professional rugby career in La Rochelle. ...

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Open Day for all potential students this Thursday

IT Sligo opens its doors for the annual Open Day this Thursday, November 25th from 10am to 3pm.  The Open Day provides a valuable opportunity for prospective students to meet with staff and students at IT Sligo to discuss the courses and facilities available at the college.   Secondary school students, college ...

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The VERY BIG Christmas Concert at IT Sligo

A community Christmas concert in aid of the North West Hospice called The VERY BIG Christmas Concert will be held at the purpose-built Knocknarea Arena on the IT Sligo campus from 8pm on Thursday, December 2nd. Following the success of the fundraiser concert last October at the same venue which saw ...

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Innovation Centre company scoops national title

A company located in the Innovation Centre at IT Sligo Verus Precision won an award for business start-ups at the National Enterprise Awards.  The award announcement was made by the Minister for Trade and Commerce, Billy Kelleher T.D., at the National Enterprise Awards in the Shelbourne Hotel, which was organised by ...

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More than 1,800 graduate at annual Conferring

More than 1,800 students will be conferred at the annual IT Sligo conferring ceremonies today and tomorrow (Friday and Saturday).   The first cohort of students from five new programmes in the School of Business and Humanities will be conferred over the course of six ceremonies; Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts, ...

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Leading archaeologist to lecture at IT Sligo

One of Ireland’s leading authorities in archaeology, Professor Emeritus Peter Woodman, will visit IT Sligo this Thursday to deliver a lecture entitled ‘New thoughts on Ireland’s first settlers’. Professor Peter Woodman is internationally recognised as the leading authority on the Irish Mesolithic, the longest period in Irish archaeology (8,000 – 4,000 ...

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Recent appointments at IT Sligo

IT Sligo recently made appointments to the posts of Head of Development and Business Operations and Communication Manager.   Sinéad McGovern has been appointed the position of Communication Manager and Gordon Ryan has taken up the position of Head of Development and Business Operations.   The role of Head of Development and Business Operations will ...

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Academic co-authors new book on waste issues

An IT Sligo academic has co-authored a new book which looks  at how countries are facing up to waste management problems across the globe, and the far reaching implications it has for all of the world’s citizens.   Dr. Liam Leonard PhD, M.Phil, BA is lecturer with the School of Humanities at ...

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Student Prison Officers inducted at new Yeats Library

The latest cohort of prision officer students studying the Higher Certificate in Custodial Care (HCCC) programme through IT Sligo learned all about the facilities available to them through the new Yeats Library when they visited the IT Sligo campus as part of the Induction Day recently. IT Sligo delivers the innovative ...

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IT Sligo prominent at HEAnet conference

Lecturing staff from IT Sligo took part in the 2010 HEAnet National Networking Conference which was held at the Lyrath Estate Hotel in Kilkenny last week. The annual conference attracts IT Service Managers, Senior Technical personnel and key academics and researchers from HEAnet's clientele of universities and other Irish third level and ...

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