NUI Galway Postgraduate Prospectus 2021

Some of Our Facilities Include

O’Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Including a purpose-built 120- seat auditorium, opened in 2017

Human Biology Facility A new facility for the study of human biology, opened in 2017

Hardiman Research Building A new facility for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences students, opened in 2013

Ireland’s Largest School of Engineering Opened in 2011

Research Facility for Biomedical Sciences Opened in 2014

The Institute for Lifecourse and Society Opened in 2014

A State-of-the-Art 6,500ft 2 Sports Centre Including international competition standard swimming pool opened in 2008

School of Psychology Opened in 2014

Clinical and Translational Research Facility Opened in 2015

A Green Campus

One of the lowest levels of energy consumption in the higher education sector in Ireland, boasting the ISO 50001 standard for energy management.

We convert waste cooking oil to biodiesel to fuel university vehicles.

We generate more than 25% of our electricity needs from our own combined heat and power plants (mini electricity generating stations).


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