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Come and talk to our lecturers, students and staff and find out more about the courses you are interested in, explore the campus, check out the facilities and decide for yourself whether NUI Galway is the right University for you. From open days to information evenings, and campus tours to school visits - there are a host of ways to visit NUI Galway.

 







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Excellent Job Prospects

We are one of Ireland’s top universities for graduate employability, with over 95% of our graduates working or in further study within six months of graduating.

NUI Galway secured 1,924 internships for students with employers all over Ireland. New employers who took placement students include Bord Gáis, Goldman Sachs and Shell. (*Source: U-Multirank 2012/13)

Register for 2016/17 Information Evenings

Register for 2016/17 Information Evenings

Postgraduate Taught Part-Time Courses

PAC CODECODEProgramme Name (Postgraduate Prospectus 2012)Year 1
Syllabus
Year 2
Syllabus

GYS04

MT

MSc Biotechnology (part-time)

1MT2

2MT2

GYS24

MSO

Higher Diploma Occupational Health & Safety (part-time)

1MSO3

2MSO3

GYS25

MSO

MSc Occupational Health & Safety (part-time)

1MSO2

2MSO2

Postgraduate Distance Learning Programmes

PAC CODECODEPROGRAMME NAME (Postgraduate Prospectus 2012)YEAR 1
SYLLABUS
YEAR 2
SYLLABUS

GYS19

MV

MSc (Biomedical Science {via distance learning})

1MV2

2MV2

GYS20

PBS

Postgraduate Certificate (Biomedical Science {vis distance learning})

1PBS1

 

GYS26

MBL

MSc (Biodiversity and Land-Use Planning {via distance learning})

1MBL2

2MBL2

POSTGRADUATE TAUGHT FULL-TIME PROGRAMMES

PAC CODECODEPROGRAMME NAME (Postgraduate Prospectus 2012)YEAR 1 / SYLLABUS

GYS23

HDS

Higher Diploma (Applied Mathematics)

1HDS1

GYS15

HA

Higher Diploma (Mathematics)

1HA1

GYS17

HH

Higher Diploma Occupational Health & Safety

1HH1

GYS09

AL

MSc Mathematics

1AL1

GYS22

PGM

Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Microbiology

1PGM1

GYS03

MV

MSc Biomedical Science

1MV1

GYS04

MT

MSc Biotechnology

1MT1

GYS10

PV

MSc Medical Physics

1PV1

GYS11

NP

MSc Neuropharmacology

1NP1

GYS12

OP

MSc Occupational Health and Safety

1OP1

GYS18

MST

MSc Toxicology

1MST1

GYT91

MNC

MSc Cancer Research

1MNC1

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Take a few minutes to complete the Quiz, get your College Lifestyle Scores and you will be able to enjoy an interactive analysis of how prepared you feel you are to enter college life. We want to help you get the most out of college, see where you are doing well and where you can make improvements. The quiz will rate your baseline scores and give you helpful links and tips to support services. 

The Success Quiz is available here.

Thank You

Thank you for registering for NUI Galway's Open Day! We're looking forward to welcoming you on 7th November.

Ireland 1916-2016: The Promise and Challenge of National Sovereignty

National Conference, November 10-12 | Comhdháil Náisiúnta, Samhain 10-12

Click here for the the conference programme | Cliceáil anseo chun teacht ar chlár na comhdhála

 

The centrepiece of The Centenary Conversations, Galway was a free landmark academic conference at NUI Galway, entitled Ireland 1916-2016: The Promise and Challenge of National Sovereignty.

Mar chuid lárnach de Ag Cur is ag Cúiteamh faoin gComóradh Céad Bliain, Gaillimh beidh comhdháil mhór acadúil in OÉ, Gaillimh, dar teideal Éire 1916-2016: Gealladh agus Dúshláin na Ceannasachta Náisiúnta.

The conference's plenary speakers included Seán Ó Foghlú, Secretary General of the Department of Education & Skills; Philip Pettit, L.S. Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values at Princeton University; An Taoiseach Enda Kenny; Roy Foster, Carroll Professor of Irish History at Hertford College, Oxford; Heather Humphreys T.D., Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs; Clair Wills, Leonard L. Milberg Professor of Irish Letters at Princeton University; Kevin O’Rourke, Chichele Professor of Economic History at the University of Oxford; Louise Richardson, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford; Brendan O'Leary, Lauder Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania; and Dr Maurice Manning, Chancellor of the National University of Ireland and Chair of the Expert Advisory Group on Commemorations.

Learn more about the Centenary Conversations.


Watch videos of the conference below:

Thursday, 10 November - 2.00 pm: Conference Opening by Dr Jim Browne, President, NUI Galway and An tUasal Seán Ó Foghlú, Secretary General, Department of Education and Skills

Thursday, 10 November - 2.30 pm: Conference Session 1: European Republicanism: The Past and the Potential with Professor Philip Pettit, LS Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values, Princeton University

Thursday, 10 November - 7.00 pm:  Address by An Taoiseach, Mr Enda Kenny TD

Thursday, 10 November - 7.30 pm:  Conference Session 2: The Promise of 1916 with Professor Roy Foster, Carroll Professor of Irish History, University of Oxford

 

Friday, 11 November - 9.30 am:  Address by the Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural & Gaeltacht Affairs, Ms Heather Humphreys TD

Friday, 11 November - 10.00 am:  Conference Session 3: Culture and Identity in a Globalized World with Professor Clair Wills, Leonard L. Milberg Professor of Irish Letters, Princeton University

Friday, 11 November - 2.00 pm:  Conference Session 4: Economy, Society and the Well-Being of Citizens with Professor Kevin O’Rourke, Chichele Professor of Economic History, University of Oxford
Saturday, 12 November - 10.00 am:  Conference Session 5: The Challenges, Promise and Responsibility of Education in the 21st Century with Professor Louise Richardson, Vice Chancellor, University of Oxford Saturday, 12 November - 2.00 pm:  Conference Session 6: Political Futures and New Paradigms with Professor Brendan O’Leary, Lauder Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania