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Green light for new TU between LIT & AIT makes Ennis a university town

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*LIT President, Prof Vincent Cunnane speaking at the opening of its Ennis campus in December 2019. Photograph: Eamon Ward A proposed link between Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) and Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) has formally been given the go-ahead by Government meaning that Ennis is now a university town.

Public transport links needed between LIT’s Moylish & Ennis campuses

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*Pictured at the official opening of LIT’s Ennis campus were from left Professor Vincent Cunnane, LIT President, Minister Pat Breen TD and Acting Mayor of Clare Claire Colleran Molloy. Photograph by Eamon Ward Strong transport links between Limerick Institute of Technology’s Moylish and Ennis campuses need to be put in place as “viable” options for …

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Lufthansa Technik and LIT team up for aircraft maintenance degree

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*David Ward, Aviation Training Business Development Manager, Lufthansa Technik Shannon; Assistant Registrar LIT, Frances O’Connell; LIT President Professor Vincent Cunnane; Acting CEO of Lufthansa Technik Shannon, Tom Caffrey & Maria Kyne, Dean of Facilty of Applied Science, Engineering & Technology. The new Bachelor of Science Degree in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is a collaboration between LIT …

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Former Meelick Direct Provision resident wins national culinary award

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A former resident of the Knockalisheen Direct Provision Centre in Meelick has won a gold medal in the prestigious Chef Ireland competition. Bangaly Doumbouya collected his latest accolade while juggling a full-time course as a Culinary Arts students at the Limerick Institute of Technology. He has also worked at Clare hotels including Dromoland Castle and …

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Clare students lining out for hurling match in Guinness World Record attempt

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Clare students will be among the participants in a Guinness World Record attempt where over 1,000 hurlers of all ages from more than 30 nationalities line out in a mammoth hurling match. Sports Management students from LIT are vying for a double Guinness World Record as they attempt to break the record for the most …

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