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About NUI Galway
About NUI Galway
Since 1845, NUI Galway has been sharing the highest quality teaching and research with Ireland and the world. Find out what makes our University so special – from our distinguished history to the latest news and campus developments.
Colleges & Schools
Colleges & Schools
NUI Galway has earned international recognition as a research-led university with a commitment to top quality teaching across a range of key areas of expertise.
- Research & Innovation
- Business & Industry
- Alumni, Friends & Supporters
At NUI Galway, we believe that the best learning takes place when you apply what you learn in a real world context. That's why many of our courses include work placements or community projects.
ReceptionInternational Affairs Office7 Distillery RoadNUI GalwayGalwayIRELANDt: +353 (0)91 49 5277
Louise Kelly - International Student Officer
Available on 086 8576152 for out of hours emergencies - non academic related.
International Postgraduate Admissions
Dominica Moran - Deputy Admissions Officer (Postgraduate)
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Student Recruitment
Johanna Walsh - International Marketing Manager (Currently on Maternity Leave)
Adrian Larkin - International Marketing Manager
Sadhbh Picilaidis - International Marketing Executive (Currently on Maternity Leave)
Dermott Henry - International Marketing Executive
Katie Flannery - International Marketing Executive
Maria Nevin - International Marketing Executive
Anne Cahill - Undergraduate Admissions Coordinator
Betty Liao - China Office Representative
Study Abroad (Non-EU Visiting and Exchange Students)
Dr Cyril Reddington - Study Abroad Coordinator
J.B. Terrins - International Mobility Manager
Federal Aid (US Students)
Tara Prendeville - Federal Aid Administrator
Office of Vice-President International
Professor Becky Whay - Vice-President International
Lorraine Harte - Excecutive Assistant
Anna Cunningham - Director of International Affairs
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Addtional Support Services for International Students
We have many years’ experience welcoming international students to Galway and provide a wide range of support services to help you adjust to your new environment.
Student Support Services
International students can also avail of the full range of support services available to all NUI Galway students.
The Accommodation Office assists students in finding housing and provides advice on general housing issues.
Disability Support Service
Students who have a disability/specific learning difficulty and who require particular supports should notify the Disability Support Service in advance of admission to the University.
Deans of Chaplaincy Service
The Deans of Chaplaincy Service provides active pastoral care and spiritual leadership for all students and can also assist in making contact with other religious denominations.
The Student Counselling team of qualified and experienced counsellors, psychologists and psychotherapists, offers confidential individual counselling to all NUI Galway students.
Student Health Unit
The Student Health Unit provides on-campus medical, psychiatric and physiotherapy care to registered NUI Galway students in a professional and confidential manner.
Health Promotion Service
The Health Promotion Service aims to assist students to reach their full potential by providing non-judgemental and up-to-date information to help you make informed decisions. Programmes run by the service include The Mind, Body & Soul programme and the Exam De-stress Programme.
Career Development Centre
The Career Development Centre is available to help students manage their career development by providing information on different career options as well as practical support and workshops on all aspects of graduate careers including CV preparation and interview techniques
The Students Union (SU) is the independent voice of students representing your interests and solving your problems on campus and beyond. The SU also provides assistance and guidance in the areas of finance, accommodation, academic problems, rights, jobs, personal safety, mental health and wellbeing. There are 16 elected officers of the Union including and Education Officer and Welfare Officer who can offer confidential support and information should you experience academic or personal problems.
Academic Support Services
The University also provides a wide range of academic support services to help international students with their studies.
James Hardiman Library
The James Hardiman Library is the main library on campus and provides study spaces and the key resources you need for your study. Students can access the books, journals and electronic resources by visiting the Library in person or through the Library’s website which provides you with 24/7 access, anytime and anywhere. Library Tours are provided as part of the orientation programme at the beginning of each semester.
Academic Writing Centre
The Academic Writing Centre offers free one-to-one sessions on academic writing tailored to the needs of individual students. In addition to help with grammar, punctuation and spelling, the centre provides assistance with essay structure and the overall writing process.
Blackboard is the online learning system used at NUI Galway, which allows lecturers to post materials such as lecture notes, reading materials, weblinks, videos, quizzes, etc, online. Blackboard is available 24/7 from both on and off campus. There is also a Blackboard App (in iPhone and Android versions) which you can download.