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Galway Racecourse has been recognised for its high class hospitality following a win at the Horse Racing Ireland awards this week.
NUI Galway invites all CAO applicants, both undergraduate and mature students, to the annual Open Day on Saturday, April 5 from 10am to 3pm. Open Day is an excellent opportunity for students, along with their parents and families, to explore NUI Galway’s facilities and to learn first-hand from the lecturers themselves about the more than 60 courses on offer.
More than 3,000 prospective students and their parents from across Ireland are expected to attend NUI Galway's Spring Open Day on Saturday, April 28. Tailored towards Leaving Certificate and mature students interested in studying at NUI Galway, the Open Day will give the opportunity for students, along with their parents and families, to sample university life at NUI Galway.
The CAO's latest figures for third level applications show that NUI Galway’s popularity among Leaving Certificate students as their first choice for university continues to grow for the third consecutive year. The university has seen a further increase of almost 10 per cent in the number of students selecting NUIG as their first choice institution through the change of mind and late application process. NUI Galway is now in the top two universities for growth in first preference applications through both application processes. Over the past three years, first preference applications for undergraduate degrees at NUI Galway have increased significantly as the university’s popularity continues to soar.
Preparations are in full swing for the sixth year of the Waterways Ireland triAthlone, and registration is now open for the event happening on July 2.
NUI Galway has announced that Caroline Loughnane has joined the University as Director of Marketing and Communications. She has worked in education marketing for the last ten years, and as Head of Marketing at the University of Birmingham for the last five years.