IT ALL BEGAN IN 1845...
That was the year Queen’s College Galway was founded. Following construction of the iconic Quadrangle building, the University opened its doors four years later to the first cohort of just 68 students.
NUI Galway offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and a wide range of part-time diplomas and degrees, as well as flexible learning, professional qualifications and online learning options. NUI Galway has five Colleges, 16 Schools and over 60 academic disciplines.
NUI Galway aims to be firmly embedded among the top rank of research universities. The University makes a meaningful contribution internationally, nationally, and to the region, following a prioritise a set of research themes. Five thematic research priorities at NUI Galway have been identified and these are listed below:
We aim to provide students of NUI Galway with a quality career guidance and information service focused on facilitating and empowering you to manage your own career development and make effective career transitions.
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University is a big step with many rewards, but also challenges. Counselling can be helpful for all kinds of difficulties, both academic and personal. You could be dealing with something serious that you've struggled with for many years, or it could be something small which has happened recently. Maybe you don't even know exactly what the problem is, but are finding it difficult to cope.
The NUI Galway Accommodation Office are here to help you in your search for a place to live. The staff can help you find appropriate accommodation in Student Residences, flats, apartments or houses. They can also help if problems arise with property owners.
The main Library building of NUI Galway is named after James Hardiman, born in 1782, noted antiquarian and author of the standard history of Galway and other works and first Librarian of the College (1849-1855).
The Library contains 540,000 printed books, with the total stock being nearer to 700,000 volumes.
The Information Solutions and Services Department provides a comprehensive range of IT services for students and staff at NUI Galway. The department continues to review and change its structure and processes to reflect the needs of the University.
Our campus has been transformed over the past decade through our €400 million capital programme. With over 90 buildings on 105 hectares of land, the University is right in the heart of Galway city.
We also have societies to promote physical activity and positive lifestyle choices such as Airsoft, Baking, Bike Gang, Cheerleading, Dauntless, Dog, Lotus, Organic Gardening, Rover, Skate, Sláinte, Sober, Students for Health Equality, Style, Zen.
All of the professional accountancy bodies in Ireland have different routes to qualification but they all require you to complete a course of study with examinations and a period of relevant supervised work experience. In total, there are nine recognised professional accountancy bodies in Ireland with the four largest being: Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI), Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and The Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland (ICPAI). Our courses are accredited with the professional accountancy bodies and students who specialise in accounting can benefit from significant exemptions.
Overall, I quite enjoyed it. There are a lot of choices and most of the lecturers that I had were pretty sound. The only reason that I gave it a 3/5 rating was because at the end of the day, school work is school work. A word of ADVICE to anyone thinking about going to college in general, don't do it if you don't love what you are studying! Sure getting a degree seems fun...
So, my course is a joint programme handled by two institutions in Ireland: UL & NUIG, both in two different towns: Limerick and Galway. With NUIG, the workload was lighter compared to UL but the educational experience in both institutions has been pretty much same. Galway is a smaller and colder town plus it rained everyday so I can't say I enjoyed the city much. What i...
I honestly love this course. I get to do an entire degree in French and German