Undergraduate Open Days

Our next Open Days take place on Friday 6th October 2017 & Saturday 7th October 2017 from 9am to 3pm

Open Days are the perfect opportunity for you and your family to experience life at NUI Galway first hand. Come and talk to our students and staff, explore the campus, check out the facilities and learn more about the programmes you are interested in. 

 

Open Day Programme

Here's some of what's in store for you at our October 2017 Open Days

Information Evenings

Information Evenings are the perfect opportunity to find out more about courses on offer at NUI Galway

There will be short talks from staff and current students and each event runs from 7-9pm. 

See a list of information evening dates and locations here.

Information evenings are for those interested in undergraduate, postgraduate study, for parents, Guidance Counsellors or those thinking about returning to learning.

Register for a reminder.

Open Day Competition

Use #choosenuigalway to win great prizes!

We have a number of prizes available to anyone who beats the queues and pre-registers for Open Day. Just register and then use #choosenuigalway to tell us what you're looking forward to on the day.

Learn more about the competition here.



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School of Nursing & Midwifery Summer School 2016

14th June – one day event
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The Programme will not be held responsible for non-disclosure of any medical condition.

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FEES:

This is a free event.

There is no charge for this event. Lunch and refreshments shall be provided.

Summary of Rules and Procedures:

  • All students attending the programme at NUI Galway shall maintain acceptable standards of behaviour and shall act in a law-abiding, mature and honest fashion.
  • Smoking, alcohol and other drugs are strictly forbidden, regardless of parent's attitudes to such matters while the student is at home.
  • Certain areas of the campus will remain out of bounds to programme participants, in the interest of safety and in maintaining a high level of supervision. These areas will be indicated to Participants in the Welcome Address.
  • University Property must be respected and the directions of Programme Staff adhered to at all times.
  • Safety procedures as laid down by the University, must be followed.
  • The University will not be held liable for any property lost, damaged or stolen.

Failure to comply with these rules, which exist to ensure an enjoyable and beneficial programme for all participants, will warrant immediate expulsion, in which case no reimbursement of costs will be made.

Note: photographs may be taken during Workshop sessions for PR purposes. Permission will be taken as granted on receipt of application form unless otherwise stated in writing by Parent / Guardian.

Note: In the event that we are heavily over subscribed for the Summer School, places will be allocated according to early application and level of demand for particular areas of interest.

We have carefully read the Rules and Procedures and we agree to observe them.


For further enquires contact Tel: 091 49 2907 or email: sheena.connolly@nuigalway.ie