University of Galway Publications

‌Ollscéala is a quarterly staff newsletter with news from around the University. It is produced by the Marketing and Communications Office. To download a copy of Ollscéala please click on the links below.

Ollscéala Spring 2019 - Earrach 2019

For archive issues of Ollscéala please click here.


Cois Coiribe is a bi-annual digital magazine for the University of Galway alumni and research network.

Front cover of Cois Coiribe Made in Galway: Resilient Innovation Edition, 2023.

The Report of the President is published annually. It features highlights from the University over the previous year.

Foilsítear Tuarascáil an Uachtaráin go bliantúil, le scéalta ón Ollscoil ón mbliain dheireanach.

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President's Report - Tuarascáil an Uachtaráin 2017/18‌‌ 


University of Galway at a Glance: This brochure offers some key facts and figures about the University, as well as information about our strategy, reputation, research profile and reach.

NUI Galway at a GlanceGlance


Dlíscéalais an annual magazine produced by the School of Law with news and features for staff, students and friends of the School.

Dlíscéala 2018

Latest news

Read the latest news about the University.

Quick facts


University of Galway has:

  • 4 Colleges
  • 19 Schools
  • 5 Research Institutes
  • over 19,000 students
  • 4,000 international students from 116 countries
  • almost 3,000 staff members
  • over 4,600  links with institutes across the globe
  • 110,000 alumni worldwide
  • 175 years experience providing university education

University of Galway Is:

  • The Sunday Times University of the Year 2022
  • Ireland's top University for graduate employability with 98% of our graduates employed or in further study within six months of graduating
  • ranked in the top 2% of universities worldwide - QS World University Ranking 
  • the largest and oldest university in the west of Ireland
  • listed among the top 30 most beautiful campuses in Europe
  • Ireland's leading university for student volunteering with more than 4,000 registered volunteers 
  • the most biodiverse campus in Ireland

University of Galway is world leading for research in:

  • Biomedical Science and Engineering
  • Web Science
  • Human Rights
  • Marine Science, Energy and Environmental Science
  • Applied Social Sciences and Public Policy
    Humanities, in particular, Literature, Theatre and Irish Studies