Since the University opened the doors of the Quadrangle in 1845, the campus has been constantly evolving to accommodate ever-increasing numbers of students. Today, the main campus has over 90 buildings on 105 hectares of land situated on the banks of the River Corrib.
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NUI Galway is in the middle of a €400 million construction programme - the largest expansion of facilities in any university in Ireland. Since 2010, the 'Campus of the Future' project has delivered iconic new research facilities such as:
We continue to expand our research and teaching facilities, with two new buildings in particular about to have a huge impact on the University's teaching capabilities:
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NUI Galway is world leading for research in:
NUI Galway was awarded a QS Five Stars Rating in 2012