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Or, check out the links below for information on new courses at GMIT, top tips for filling out your CAO form, scholarship and entry schemes, and advice for mature students (aged 23+).

 

CAO Change of Mind

Check out our CAO Change of Mind 2021 brochure - it's packed with tips and useful information for CAO Change of Mind (PDF, 3.7MB)

 

CAO Available Places 2021 - LEVEL 7/6

Available Places are courses that still have spaces vacant after CAO offers have been released. If you didn’t receive an offer through the CAO or are unhappy with the offer you did receive, then you can apply for a new course through the  Available Places facility on the CAO website. 

 

GA160   Business 

GA272   Heritage Studies

GA360   Business in Tourism

GA362   Hotel and Hospitality Operations

GA364   Heritage Studies

GA370   Hotel and Catering Management

GA862   History and Geography [Mayo]

GA864   Early Childhood Education and Care [Mayo]

GA870   Outdoor Education and Leisure [Mayo]

GA872   Culture and Environment [Mayo]

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