Deadline Approaching! Creative Arts Performance Points at University of Galway

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The deadline for applications to the Creative Arts Performance Points programme is 15th May 2024.

Creative Arts Performance Points

University of Galway, Ireland’s leading university for the creative arts, is now offering special performance points for students who show exceptional artistic promise and achievement under five areas of excellence:

  • Creative Writing
  • Film and Digital Media
  • Drama and Theatre
  • Non-fiction writing, including Journalism
  • Music

Successful applicants will gain a bonus of 40 points when applying for entry to all University of Galway undergraduate courses (with the exception of GY501, Medicine).

Closing date for applications: Wednesday, 15th May, 2024

 


Professional, part-time & evening courses at University of Galway

At the Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development at University of Galway, we offer an extensive range of Professional, Part-time and Evening courses. Our flexible courses allow you to study at your own pace in a wide range of subject areas. These courses are delivered via different modes of delivery such as Online learning, Blended learning and Classroom-based.

Whether you want to improve your skills for employment or for your own personal development, University of Galway has the course for you! We have over 50 years’ experience working with adult learners, local communities and organisations. We offer a wide range of affordable and flexible part-time courses in a variety of subject areas such as Business & Management, Science & Technology, Arts & Social Sciences, IT, Community Education, Early Childhood Studies and Training & Education – as well as short courses, CPD courses, Micro-Credentials and Springboard courses.

University of Galway is located on the west of Ireland, surrounded by the beautiful and spectacular landscapes of the Wild Atlantic Way. Galway city is one of Ireland’s most vibrant and diverse hubs that caters a distinct culture for tourists and its students. Today, University of Galway has over ninety buildings on its campus overlooking the River Corrib, offering picturesque scenery for its students.

For more information about the adult courses, part-time and evening classes at the Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development at University of Galway, please view our courses here in Nightcourses.com’s Course Finder.


Steven Galvin

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