Technology in Higher Education: Continuous development opens the door at work

A range of post graduate courses in NUI Galway gives people skills with which to ride the never-ending wave of technological change.

11th May, 2014

Adult learning and professional development courses at NUI Galway continue to teach new skills to people in the workplace and offer the unemployed a chance to start afresh. Around 70 per cent of students on the tech-based MSc programmes are in work and supported by employers who are happy to pay the fees to upskill their people.

Continuous professional development is a trend that hasn’t been affected by the recession, according to Dr. Niamh Nolan, flexible...

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