At NUI Galway we understand that each and every student is different, and we pride ourselves on offering an inclusive learning experience for everyone. NUI Galway is the perfect environment where your son or daughter can make the transition to university and adulthood in a safe and friendly setting. 

Our students have access to an extensive range of support services which they can avail of at any time. We are always here to answer any queries or issues that they may have.


We have a range of support services, from career guidance, to counselling, to a dedicated on-campus medical unit that ensures the medical and emotional wellbeing of all our students.

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Our Accommodation Office is here to help our students find the right accommodation. Our team will assist you in choosing the right type of accommodation for your child.

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Going to university is an exciting time whether you are staying at home or moving away and with so many new costs to consider it can be tough financially on students and their families. Our Welfare Team is here to support and advise you on budgeting, managing money and availability of third level grants.

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Here at NUI Galway, we are delighted to offer you a range of academic and sports scholarships.

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Junior Prospectus

NUI Galway are delighted to offer the new Junior Prospectus.

This is a workbook style publication aimed at 1st, 2nd, 3rd and TY students in secondary school. Order your copy now.

This is a new, innovative publication and is one of a kind in Ireland. This publication gives a gentle introduction to university life and provides students with a resource to explore courses and start thinking about careers without the pressure of CAO points, and in a language that is aimed at their age group. It is also a really useful resource for parents. 


The Access Centre helps individuals realise their educational potential irrespective of their educational background, age or personal health circumstances. It provides support for students participating in access programmes, students with disabilities and mature students.

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