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About NUI Galway
About NUI Galway
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Primary contact people in the School of Maths
Head of School
Dr Rachel Quinlan
T: +353 91 493796
F: +353 91 493796
Room ADB-G007, Áras de Brún
Head of Mathematics
Professor Graham Ellis
T: +353 91 493 011
Room: ADB-G012, Áras de Brún
Head of Statistics
Professor John Newell
T: +353 91 493 703
Room: ADB-1007, Áras de Brún
Head of Applied Mathematics
Professor Michael Tuite
T: +353 91 493 080
Room: ADB-G001, Áras de Brún
Head of Bioinformatics
Prof Cathal Seoighe
T: +353 91 492 343
Room: ADB-1003, Áras de Brún
To find out more
Contact Mary Kelly
T: +353 91 492 332
F: +353 91 494 542
School of Mathematics, Statistics & Applied Mathematics,
(Reception is located on the Ground Floor)
Where to find the Maths building (Áras de Brún) on the NUI Galway Campus
Click on this Google Map for more details
Or search the NUI Galway campus map: Map help
Travelling To Galway by Public Transport?
Galway is easily accessible by public transport.
Trains: Galway's train station is just off Eyre Square. The city's very well serviced by rail and only 2 ½ hours away from Dublin. Find out more information on services and timetables.
From the city centre, you can take a taxi to the university, or take the No.4 Bus in the direction of Newcastle from Eyre Square, near the train station, which is the normal drop-off point for buses.
Travelling To Galway by Air?
NUI Galway is within easy reach of Knock Airport, Dublin and Shannon airports.
Shannon Airport and Knock Airport are both just an hour's drive from Galway. To get to Galway, you can travel by bus with Bus Eireann or CityLink. Alternatively, car hire is easily available at these airports.
Dublin International Airport is a 3 hours drive from Galway city. You can fly from Dublin to Galway airport, or rent a car and drive using our journey planner to help you find your way. There are also a number of frequent and reliable bus services to choose from to travel to Galway.
Travelling To Galway by Car?
Use this journey plannerto plan your car journey
Caution! Parking on Campus
For visitors travelling to campus by car, please click here for further information. Parking control is strictly enforced by a local clamping company.
An NUI Galway Campus App can be downloaded (free of charge) for iOS, Android and Windows devices. Once you are connected to the internet, click the search bar above the map. Type in 'Education' and select which building you wish to get to. It will also work with room code numbers e.g. AC201. The app will show you the location on the map. If you click on the location, it will use your phone GPS to guide you to the room.