National University of Ireland
The National University of Ireland (NUI), founded in 1845, has over 17,000 students and 2,000 international students from 92 countries. It is located in the city of Galway, one of the fasting growing cities in Europe. Galway is young at heart, with students making up 20% of the population here. It is the most international place in Ireland with one in four people born outside of the state. Galway is a cultural center, attracting thousand to the many festivals throughout the year, which include The Cuirt International Festival of Literature, Galway Arts Festival, Galway Races, and the Oyster Festival.
Accounting, Anthropology, Biology, Celtic Civilization, Chemistry, Computer Science, Classics, Earth Science, Economics, Engineering, English, French Language and Culture, Geography, German Language and Culture, History, Irish Language and Culture, Italian Language and Culture, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish Language and Culture, Theatre, Women Gender and Sexuality.
Students will have the choice of living in one of the ten student residencies (one of which is on campus Corrib Village, the other nine are within easy reach of the university), or find their own off-campus housing.
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Language of Instruction: English
Required GPA: 3.0
Term: Fall, Spring, Full Year
Students pay all tuition, fees and housing directly to NUI.
Center for International Education
Barnard Hall, Room 123
860 832 2043