NUI Galway is offering a wide range of funded Springboard+ courses and July Stimulus modules with a subsidy of between 90% and 100% for fees.

The courses are FREE for those who are: Unemployed, in receipt of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment, Returning to Education.

The courses will be 90% subsidised for those who are: Employed, Formerly Self-employed, Recent Graduates.

Please find list of Springboard+ Courses here.

Modules Funded by the July Stimulus Initiative

The following NUI Galway modules have a limited number of subsidised places for funded applicants and will run only in semester 1 starting 2021 academic. Courses will be delivered on a part-time basis via online learning. For further details such as application links and correspondent contacts, please click on the relevant course below:

BS1149 Regulatory Compliance

TE1370 Essential Trainer Skills

MG620 Innovation & Technology Transfer

SC6117 Performance & Revenue Management

SC6108 Strategy & Innovation for Business

NU6622 Clinical Supervision: Supporting Continuing Professional Development

PS6158 Sexual Consent Promotion: Skills and Practice

For all additional CPD modules that are currently available, but not covered by this funding initiative, click here.

Full terms and conditions regarding eligibility and step-by-step instructions on applying can be found in our guide to Springboard & July Stimulus Criteria.

Eligilibility

In addition to course specific academic criteria, eligibility for funding is similar to Springboard+ course as follows:

You should be a resident in an EU/EEA/UK/Swiss state for a minimum three of the last five years and you should belong to one of the following groups:

The unemployed or receiving PUP (100% of the fees to be covered) must have been in receipt of a recognised DEASP payment for 9 of the previous 12 months. 

Returners: (100% of the fees to be covered) are those who are not in receipt of a payment from the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection but who have been out of the work environment for a number of years due to childcare or other caring obligations. They have a previous history of employment but may require upskilling, reskilling or cross-skilling to transition back to the workforce. Please find the declaration form here.

People in employment, or formerly self-employed, recent graduate: (90% of the fees to be covered) an applicant will be required to provide a copy of their most recent ‘Employment Detail Summary’ or other relevant revenue documentation.

Full terms and conditions regarding eligibility and step-by-step instructions on applying can be found in our guide to Springboard & July Stimulus Criteria

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Downloads

  • NUI Galway Undergraduate Prospectus 2022

    NUI Galway Undergraduate Prospectus 2022 PDF (8.4 MB)

  • Quick Guide to Courses 2021

    Quick Guide to Courses 2021 PDF (2.4 MB)

  • A Level Quick Guide 2021

    A Level Quick Guide 2021 pdf (1.6 MB)

  • Postgraduate Prospectus 2021

    Postgraduate Prospectus 2021 PDF (11.3MB)

  • Adult Learning Prospectus

    Adult Learning Prospectus PDF (3.4 MB)

  • Junior Prospectus 2019

    Junior Prospectus 2019 PDF (20.8 MB)

  • QQI / FETAC Pathways Guide

    QQI / FETAC Pathways Guide PDF (45MB)