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Universities in Galway

National University of Ireland, Galway

Areas of Study

College of Arts, Social Science and Celtic Studies
Archeology
Arts in Action
Celtic Civilization
Classics
Economics
English
French
Geography
German
History
Information Technology
Irish Gaelic
Irish Studies
Italian
Mathematics
Performing Arts
Philosophy
Psychology
Sociological and Political Studies
Spanish
Welsh
Women's Studies
College of Business, Public Policy and Law
Accounting & Finance
Information Systems
Law
Management
Marketing
College of Engineering and Informatics
Civil Engineering
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Energy Engineering
Mechanical & Biomedical Engineering
College of Science
Anatomy
Applied Mathmatics
Biochemistry
Botany
Chemistry
Computer Studies
Earth & Ocean Sciences
Microbiology
Pharmacology
Physics
Physiology
Zoology

National University of Ireland, Galway was founded in 1845. A leader in research and teaching, the university's commitment to innovation attracts students and professors from all over the world. Of the university's 17,000 students, 13% come from outside of Ireland. ISA participants studying at NUI, Galway have the opportunity to take a wide range of courses in the Arts, Business and Law with local and international students.

Renowned not only for its academics, NUI Galway's focus on the student experience sets it apart from other universities. Hosting more than 100 student societies and sports clubs, the university encourages student involvement both inside and outside the classroom. ISA students are welcome to participate in any number of organizations, as well as in the university's volunteer program ALIVE. Program participants also have access to the campus library, the campus gym and various support services, such as medical services, counseling and disability support.