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NUIG students win global travel scholarships

April 20, 2016

Two NUIG students have won travel scholarships which will see them volunteer abroad this summer. The scholarships were awarded by Experiment Intercultural Learning (EIL) Explore, a programme which pays for volunteers to travel abroad and

National News

NUIG Discrimination Controversy Continues

September 30, 2015

Trade unions SIPTU and the Irish Federation of University Teachers (IFUT) have this week called on Minister for Education, Jan O’Sullivan, to intervene in a dispute regarding equality in the workplace at NUI Galway.


NUIG President refuses Oireachtas meeting

April 22, 2015

President of NUI Galway James J Browne, declined to meet with Oireachtas members over concerns with recent gender discrimination issues within the university. Nicola Ayres reports.

DCU News

DCU fails to make the grade

March 25, 2015

DCU was not included in the Times Higher Education’s ranking of the top 100 universities worldwide.


NUIG suspends job form

March 11, 2015

NUI Galway has suspended the pre-screening questionnaire prospective employees had to fill out while a review of the process is undertaken.

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NUI Galway Drug Patrols

October 29, 2014

The university has stepped up their security following reports of heroin being openly used on campus grounds.