Campas Mhaigh Eo

An chéad champas de chuid Institiúid Teicneolaíochta é ar bronnadh stádas an Champais Ghlais air

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In 1994, d’oscail Campas Mhaigh Eo de chuid GMIT a chuid doirse do na neacha léinn i sciathán thiar Ospidéal Naomh Muire i gCaisleán an Bharraigh.

Lean sé air de bheith ag dul i méid agus sa lá inniu is campas 3ú leibhéal é atá faoi bhláth agus breis is 1,000 neach léinn ann. Rinneadh an foirgneamh a athchóiriú go cúramach chun an chuid ba mhó ab fhéidir den ailtireacht bhunaidh a choinneáil, agus na saoráidí agus na seirbhísí nua-aimseartha is gá do neacha léinn agus bhaill foirne á gcur ar fáil.

Déanann Campas Mhaigh Eo sainfheidhmiú in altranas agus oideachas allamuigh, chomh maith le cúrsaí a thairiscint i ngnó, teicneolaíocht, eolaíochtaí sláinte agus tuilleadh.

 

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Campas Mhaigh Eo
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Caisleán an Bharraigh
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In 2011, ba í an chéad champas de chuid Institiúid Teicneolaíochta é ar bronnadh stádas an Champais Ghlais air.

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