GMIT Prospectus 2022/23


Mountbellew is a quiet, but growing market town 45kms from Galway city on the N63 road to Roscommon. It is situated by the River Shiven, and offers excellent fly fishing, an 18-hole golf course, beautiful woodlands, forest walks and picnic areas.

Mayo Campus


GMIT Mountbellew Campus

Letterfrack Campus

Established by the Franciscan Brothers in 1904, the Mountbellew campus was the first agricultural college in Ireland. The original college was demolished in 1971 and later replaced with a new building in 1975. In 1986, the Franciscan Brothers Agricultural College established a link with GMIT to deliver a Higher Certificate in Business Studies (Agri-Business). Today, GMIT students in Mountbellew can choose between three degrees (Rural Enterprise & Agri- Business, Agri-Engineering or Agriculture & Environmental Management), and spend their time between the Mountbellew campus (one hour from Galway city) and the GMIT Galway campus.

Mountbellew Campus

Centre for the Creative Arts and Media

Dublin Road Campus


OPEN DAYS GMIT Mountbellew Campus GMIT Mountbellew Open Day On Campus Wednesday 6th October 2021, 9.30am - 3pm GMIT Mountbellew Open Day On Campus Wednesday 2nd March 2022, 9.30am - 3pm Programmes available at Tel: +353 90 9679205 Email: * Events may be held virtually depending on public health guidelines at the time. See for updates.


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