Having recently visited Galway university with two teenagers interested in attending we were impressed by the campus layout and the facilities available to students
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This is a historic venue, part of the NUI. The setting, architecture and layout are all worth a stroll around this compact campus with soft echoes of ancient campuses across the water in the larger island!
I would like to graduate from such a university - having lessons in a building decorated with such beautiful leaves! Fantastic atmosphere!
Walking around the campus is very nice. We stopped in the library and saw a historical exhibit about famous Irish women. We also looked for the modern art and were very disappointed to find it. It was terrible. The campus is clean and nicely landscaped.
We went to Galway last september as a part of a conference that was held at the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) Campus. it was indeed a diversified institutions with lots of subjects taught and students come from different countries. Our Volunteer of the...More
We visited the Uni as my 17 year old son is considering studying there, our guide was Finula and she was extremely knowledgeable and interesting. The campus is vast but we covered all of the relevant areas and were very impressed.
My niece took us for a tour of the campus. She just finished her graduate work there. I was very impressed by the diversity of both the students and the areas of study available. We joined in for an after-graduation get together in the quadrangle...More
This is the west of Ireland's only university. Founded in 1845 it has developed into a huge campus extended north and and west along the river Corrib. The Quadrangle Building is lovely, but only the Aula Maxima is open to the public if there are...More
This University is housed partially in the old Queens College that was opened in 1849. It is located across the street from the Galway Cathedral, partially hidden by age old trees. Beautiful school surrounded by the River Corrib & the Galway Cathedral.