Students may take advantage of the wide variety of courses offered at the University's Faculty of Arts, which includes the following disciplines: Archaeology, Italian, Classical Civilization, Latin, Economics, Legal Science, English, Mathematics, French,
- Galway, Ireland
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer
- Program Description:
- NUI, Galway, established in 1845, is located in the fourth largest city in the Republic of Ireland. Galway, with a population of 62,000, is the ideal European university town. A significant number of Galway's population is made up of current or former college students; the resulting interdependence of town and gown has helped build a compact, thriving city that caters to young people. Galway is at the heart of one of the world's most scenic and evocative landscapes.
Students may take advantage of the wide variety of courses offered at the University's Faculty of Arts, which includes the following disciplines: Archaeology, Italian, Classical Civilization, Latin, Economics, Legal Science, English, Mathematics, French, Mathematical Physics, Irish Studies, Philosophy, Geography, Psychology, German, Sociological and Political Studies, History, and Spanish. Offerings in the faculties of Science and Commerce are available on a case-by-case basis.
Students can choose from the wide variety of courses offered and take courses alongside the Irish students. Cultural richness is reflected by the strong academic programs in Irish Studies offered by the University, and by the lively arts scene for which Galway is renowned.
- Setting Description:
- Galway is a vibrant cosmopolitan city with a thriving cultural and commercial community. Traces of Galway's rich medieval past are evident throughout the city. Because of its dynamic and pioneering role in theater, arts and culture, Galway has earned the title "Cultural Capital of Ireland." The school is situated on the banks of the River Corrib, and offers a variety of student services that are all close to Galway's city center.