NUI Galway has made an amendment to the entry requirement for GY410 Project and Construction Management for 2018/19 entry.The Mathematics requirement is now H7/O3.
Further information: http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/undergraduate-courses/project-and-construction-management.html
There is a change in our entry requirements for GY350 BSc Computer Science and Information Technology. The Laboratory Science subject has been dropped as a requirement for 2018 applicants.
Minimum Grade H5 in two subjects and passes in four other subjects at O6/H7 Level in the Leaving Certificate, including Irish, English, Mathematics, and any three other subjects recognised for entry purposes. Students must also obtain a minimum Grade O3 or H6 in Mathematics or alternatively obtain a pass in the Engineering Maths Qualifying Examination (held in the University).
Further information on this programme can be found at: http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/undergraduate-courses/computer-science-and-information-technology.html
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First university in Europe to offer unique degree in Children’s studiesMinister for Children and Youth Affairs has launched the new BA in Children’s Studies at NUI Galway, the first university in Europe to offer such a unique undergraduate degree. The programme, which is innovative in the field of children research, builds on the research and expertise of the programme team, leading the development and growth of the area of children’s study.
The new BA degree in Children’s Studies is a unique programme, which puts the child at the centre of the investigation. Taking an inter-disciplinary approach, the programme investigates the life of children in Ireland and beyond, in the past and present, from the development of the child to the rights of the child in a changing Ireland.