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St. Angela's College, Sligo (Irish: Coláiste San Aingeal, Sligeach) is a college of NUI Galway located beside Lough Gill. St. Angela's College have had a strategic partnership with NUI Galway since 2006. St. Angela’s College was founded by the Ursuline Order in 1952 and was a recognised college of the National University of Ireland from 1978-2006. The college is located outside the town of Sligo, Ireland and focuses primarily on education and nursing courses.

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  • Is scoil tríú leibhéil í Coláiste San Aingeal, Sligeach (Béarla: St. Angela's College) agus é ina chuid d'Ollscoil na hÉireann, Gaillimh ón mbliain 2006 i leith. Tá an scoil suite i gContae Shligigh lasmuigh de bhaile Shligigh, ar bhruach Loch Gile. Tá fócas láidir sa scoill ar an oideachas agus ar an bhanaltracht. Chuir Ord na nUrsalach an coláiste ar bun sa bhliain 1952. (ga)
  • St. Angela's College, Sligo (Irish: Coláiste San Aingeal, Sligeach) is a college of NUI Galway located beside Lough Gill. St. Angela's College have had a strategic partnership with NUI Galway since 2006. St. Angela’s College was founded by the Ursuline Order in 1952 and was a recognised college of the National University of Ireland from 1978-2006. The college is located outside the town of Sligo, Ireland and focuses primarily on education and nursing courses. The college offers courses in home economics teacher training with one of four options (economics and consumer studies, An Gaeilge, biology and science, religious education). Other courses on offer include: Nursing degrees, Economics B.A. and Food Studies B.A.S.. In 2007, St Catherine’s College of Education for Home Economics closed and St Angela's became the sole provider of home economics education within the Republic of Ireland putting a heavy strain on St. Angela's to provide home economic teachers for the entire country. (en)
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  • Is scoil tríú leibhéil í Coláiste San Aingeal, Sligeach (Béarla: St. Angela's College) agus é ina chuid d'Ollscoil na hÉireann, Gaillimh ón mbliain 2006 i leith. Tá an scoil suite i gContae Shligigh lasmuigh de bhaile Shligigh, ar bhruach Loch Gile. Tá fócas láidir sa scoill ar an oideachas agus ar an bhanaltracht. Chuir Ord na nUrsalach an coláiste ar bun sa bhliain 1952. (ga)
  • St. Angela's College, Sligo (Irish: Coláiste San Aingeal, Sligeach) is a college of NUI Galway located beside Lough Gill. St. Angela's College have had a strategic partnership with NUI Galway since 2006. St. Angela’s College was founded by the Ursuline Order in 1952 and was a recognised college of the National University of Ireland from 1978-2006. The college is located outside the town of Sligo, Ireland and focuses primarily on education and nursing courses. (en)
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