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GMIT presents academic scholarships to nine students

Galway and Mayo students have the highest Leaving Cert points in their GMIT programme of study

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Friday, December 12, 2014

GMIT presented nine academic scholarships to students from Galway and Mayo at a reception in the g Hotel this week (Thursday 11 December, 2014). The students have the highest Leaving Certificate points in their GMIT programme of study.

Pictured (back row), L to R: GMIT President Michael Carmody, Darragh Burke from Kilchreest, Loughrea, past pupil of St Brigid Vocational School, Loughrea, who is studying a B. Eng. (Hons) in Civil Engineering; Niamh Seoighe from Clonbur,  a past pupil of Colaiste Mhuire, Tourmakeady, Co Mayo, who is studying a Bachelor of Business in Rural Enterprise & Agri-Business; John Robert Hewer from Sheeaune, Westport, Co Mayo, past pupil of Rice College, Westport, Co Mayo, who is studying a B.Sc. (Hons) in Furniture Design & Manufacture; Dale Francis Copeland from St Mary’s Road, Galway, who is studying a B.Sc. (Hons) in Furniture Design & Manufacture; Patricia Cahill from New Inn, Ballinasloe, who is studying a B.Sc. in Computer & Electronic Engineering and GMIT Registrar Michael Hannon.

Front row, L to R: Lisa Griffin from Glenasloth, Loughrea, past pupil of St Raphael’s College, Loughrea, who is studying a B.Sc. (Hons) in Medical Science; Heather Ward from Foxford, Co Mayo, past pupil of Clifden Community School, Clifden, who is studying a BA in Accounting & Financial Management; Aleksandra Jagielska from Kilcloghans, Tuam, past pupil of the Mercy Secondary School, Tuam, who is studying a BA in Art & Design; and Sarah Jane McArdle from Moycullen, a past pupil of Salerno, Salthill, who is studying a HC in Culinary Arts.

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Recipients of the 2014 GMIT Academic Scholarships, with GMIT President Michael Carmody (left) and GMIT Registrar Michael Hannon (right).

Recipients of the 2014 GMIT Academic Scholarships, with GMIT President Michael Carmody (left) and GMIT Registrar Michael Hannon (right)

Recipients of the 2014 GMIT Academic Scholarships, with GMIT President Michael Carmody (left) and GMIT Registrar Michael Hannon (right).