National University of Ireland, Galway
National University of Ireland, Galway or NUI is the Tertiary-Level educational institution located in the Westerly city of Galway, Ireland. National University of Ireland, Galway has garnered national and international recognition and acknowledgment for its research-led courses and commitment towards leading education and academic excellence. With over 2400 staff and faculty and 17000 students, NUI secure a distinguished position and reputation amongst the top quality universities of the world.
In the past 170 years of education, National University of Ireland, Galway has managed to create a distinguished ranking a position for research excellence and highest teaching standards in the domains of Celtic studies, social science, arts, law, engineering, public policy and law, medicine, informatics, health science and science. The university offers a wide range of postgraduate and graduate courses and research-led programs that offer each student with ample opportunities for academic and personal development and give them the required skills and knowledge to excel in their respective careers.
Since after the inception, the National University of Ireland, Galway has been consistently evolving in a bid to meet the unique demands of ever-growing numbers of students. The campus of NUI comprises of 90 buildings sprawling across the land area of 105 hectares. The campus is beautifully nestled on the river bank of Corrib.
The university is looking forward for the expansion of the campus by including few more department buildings.
National University of Ireland, Galway specializes in wide range of subject areas. University offers both postgraduate and undergraduate courses, part-time diplomas and degrees and professional qualifications through its varied departments.
- College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies
- School of Political Science and Sociology
- School of Education
- School of Psychology
- School of Geography & Archaeology
- School of Humanities
- School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
- College of Medicine Nursing & Health Science
- School of Health Science
- School of Medicine
- School of Nursing & Midwifery
- School of Business & Economics
- School of Law
- College of Engineering & Informatics
- College of Science
The reputation and teaching standards is well reflected in the performance of the university in different university rankings. There are many aspects that make teaching standards at NUI quite higher, from its ability to develop creative programs to meet the unique needs of employability to supportive and welcoming learning environment on campus, education at NUI is surely a worthwhile experience for students.
It is the priority of the faculty of NUI to render only quality education to students. The faculty members work at the forefront of their respective subject area and put all their efforts to bring the innovative ideas and discoveries in their lecture sessions. Students are offered with the opportunity to take full advantage of their full potential and take active participation in learning.