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An agreement has been reached and a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between St. Angela’s College, IT Sligo and the Ursuline Union which will result in the imminent merger of the two Sligo based colleges.   The move has been described as a significant development not only for both…

The three education institutes in the Connacht-Ulster Alliance have been given a prestigious award that recognises their efforts in promoting equality, inclusion and progression. It’s the Athena SWAN (Scientific Women’s Academic Network) Award, which is a charter that recognises and celebrates good practices in higher education and research institutions. The…

Staff from IT Sligo and St Angela’s College in Clogherevagh, Sligo, have agreed to enter formal negotiations with a view to merging. It comes as IT Sligo prepares to become part of a planned technological university. Sligo/Leitrim Fianna Fail Deputy Marc MacSharry says the merger of the two colleges would…

Planning permission has been approved for two major developments at IT Sligo. The project will include a complete rebuild of J Block, which will turn the single floor 1970’s building into a modern four storey complex. The project is part-funded through Project Ireland 2040 and will help support additional new…

  The minister for Further and Higher Education, Simon Harris has granted permission to St Angela’s College Sligo and the IT Sligo to explore the possibility of a merger between the two campuses.   The new merger if successful will act as a major component of the new Technological University…

The annual IT Sligo Science Festival is going online this year and runs until Sunday the 15th of November. The annual festival normally attracts thousands of visitors to IT Sligo but due to Covid-19 restrictions, a new approach was needed this year. Several of the leading authorities on the Covid-19…