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Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)



Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)

Overview of Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)

Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) is spread across a number locations with the main campus located in Galway and the others in Castlebar, Mountbellew, Cluain Mhuire and Letterfrack. The Galway Dublin Road; the main campus, is located 2.5km from the city centre. GMIT offers a range of programmes in the following schools and colleges, the School of Business, School of Humanities, School of Engineering, School of Science, the Hotel School and the Furniture College. Students seem to love ...Read More

What the students say

In first year i enjoyed the wide range of modules that the course offered me as a student to gain an insight into. it gives students the chance to see what particular path they want to go in the course. i am currently enjoying the benefits of having picking many different types of business modules and i am happy with course i have picked so far!.
3rd year Currently in college
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I had a problem of defining who do I want to be when I will grow up... I wanted to be a firefighter, chief, accountant, computer graphics designer and two years ago i had an idea of trying chemistry... I have never been good at chemistry but wen the years passed, I became more mature and ready for some science.. Gladly Chemistry happened to be a perfect choice for me.
2nd year Currently in college
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It was the right choice because it was a very interesting course with a small number of people in my year, this made the learning experience more enjoyable working together in a tight nit group and because of the small number lectures were more intimate and far more rewarding. The subjects ranged greatly and there was a lot of 'hands on' experience throughout my three years which really suits me as I am a kinesthetic learner and benefit greatly from the 'hands on' approach. The course also weighted on continuous assessment rather than end of year exams which I find to be the best way of completing course work and the fairest to students in reaching their full potential.
5th year Graduated
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