20 November 2023

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ATU and University of Galway receive combined total of €6m in funding

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ATU and University of Galway receive combined total of €6m in funding

Galway’s two unversities will benefit from a share of 40 million euro in funding for college campus improvement works.

ATU will receive a total of €4.1m while the University of Galway will be given 2.5m

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Simon Harris has announced the funding, which is provided through the Devolved Grant system.

The grant can cover measures to make the college campuses more energy efficient, to undergo health and safety works, or minor upgrade and refurbishment works.

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