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Coordinators, winner, finalists and EUSTORY representative at the 2019 Irish Award Ceremony | Photo: Aengus McMahon Photography
Coordinators, winner, finalists and EUSTORY representative at the 2019 Irish Award Ceremony | Photo: Aengus McMahon Photography

Irish Award Ceremony 2019

22 May 2019 was the day of the finals for the Irish History Competition organised by “Breaking the SEAL” (BTS). The occasion was incorporated in the 20 Year Celebration of the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG)’s Access Centre. The Centre aims at providing support to students coming from non-tradition routes to access third level education. BTS is one such programme.

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Ella McCaffery, one of the three Irish prizewinners 2017/2018 | Photo: Breaking the SEAL
Ella McCaffery, one of the three Irish prizewinners 2017/2018 | Photo: Breaking the SEAL

Irish Award Ceremony 2018

On 30 May, 2018, the prizewinners of the Irish history competition received their awards in the Moore Institute of the National University of Ireland in Galway. The competition was organised by “Breaking the SEAL”. As in previous years the choice for a focus topic was open.

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Breaking the SEAL
Breaking the SEAL

Award-Winning Competition from Galway Goes National

Following the great success of the regional Galway History Competition that is organised by “Breaking the SEAL”, the organisers are now looking forward to take the History Competition to the national level. As in previous years the choice for a focus topic will be open. The awards ceremony will take place in late May 2018.

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Dr Paul Flynn presented the Irish competition at the Network meeting in Lisbon | Photo: EUSTORY
Dr Paul Flynn presented the Irish competition at the Network meeting in Lisbon | Photo: EUSTORY

Ireland Confirmed as New Member of the EUSTORY Network

During the Annual Network Meeting in Lisbon, representatives from the EUSTORY member competitions accepted the Irish application for membership of the Network. Dr Paul Flynn, researcher at the National University of Ireland Galway and organiser of the Irish competition »Breaking the S.E.A.L.«, presented their initiative at the meeting in Portugal.

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