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Over 700,000 euros worth of funding has been allocated to IT Sligo and St Angela’s College. Nationally €17.2m has been announced in student supports, with €5m being allocated to support students mental health and wellbeing. The Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD earlier…

The Careers Officer for IT Sligo has questioned the validity of a recent study, carried out by the Higher Education Authority, which names graduates from IT Sligo and Letterkenny IT as having the lowest average earnings compared to other graduates. Trinity College Dublin, University of Limerick and UCD graduates have…

Students are preparing to return to IT Sligo after what has been an unprecedented time of upheaval and uncertainty. Continuing students will be welcomed back to the college on September 15th and 16th while it will be the turn of first-years on September 22nd and 23rd. Dr Perry Share, Head…

A former IT Sligo president and Donegal professor has been named as the first President of a new technological university. Prof Vincent Cunnane has been named President of Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest by Minister Simon Harris. He is the outgoing Limerick IT president and a native of…

The Minister for Further and Higher Education is due in Sligo this morning.   Simon Harris, who also has responsibility for research, innovation and science, will visit St Angela’s College in Clogherevagh and IT Sligo.   In the afternoon, he will visit Sligo College of Further Education and the Mayo/Sligo/Leitrim…