Distinguished reputation for teaching and research excellence in the fields of arts, social science, and Celtic studies; business, public policy and law; engineering and informatics; medicine, nursing and health sciences; and science
With over 90 buildings on 250 acres of land, the University is right in the heart of Galway
Exploring the Indigenous Arts is a credit bearing practice-based class about indigenous Irish music, song and dance, with field trips to the unique landscape of Connemara.
Exploring Irish Theatre is a credit bearing practice-based class with two elements: a critical examination of Irish theatre history including archive activities; and theatre practice including workshop in acting, playwriting and direction.
The number of courses taken by students varies depending on the number of credits awarded per course
Note: Every effort will be made to place you in the courses you request. However, neither NUI Galway nor Emory University can guarantee placement in any course. Your first choices may not be available due to schedule changes, time conflicts or cancellations. Alternate course approval and flexibility is extremely important.
University housing is not guaranteed to semester students; students will likely need to find their own accommodation in Galway.
There are10 Student Residences, two of which is on-campus (Corrib Village and New residence). These two are a a 5-minute walk or a 2-minute shuttle bus away from the University's main buildings. All others are within easy reach of the University