GMIT Letterfrack

The National Centre for Excellence in Furniture Design and Technology

GMIT Letterfrack

GMIT Letterfrack campus is the National Centre of Excellence for Furniture Design and Wood Technology.

It has been synonymous with the study of furniture design since 1987.

We offer honours degrees specialising in:

  • Furniture design and manufacture
  • Furniture and wood technology
  • Teacher education (construction studies and DCG)

Our graduates are recognised for their innovative, creative and responsive approach to projects.  They frequently win and feature in shortlists for national and international awards.  Download our NEW Graduate Profile brochure here to find out where our graduates are, and what career paths they chose (PDF, 4.74MB)

Find out more about studying at GMIT Letterfrack.

 

We're online! Join Us on:

Youtube - For digital resources, student experiences and virtual furniture gallery

Facebook - For campus news, events and all things furniture!

Twitter - For thoughts, pondering and interaction on design and technology education

CareersPortal - For graduate profiles and programme information for guidance counsellors, teachers, parents and students

Mocks.ie - For video resources for DCG and Technical Graphics

 

Contact Us

National Centre for Excellence in Furniture Design and Technology
Letterfrack
Co. Galway
H91 AH5K

Tel: +353 (0)91 742650
Email: GMIT Letterfrack

Samantha Flaherty
Administration
Tel: +353 (0)91 742653
Email: Samantha Flaherty

Dermot O'Donovan
Head of Department
Tel: +353 (0)91 742651
Email: Dermot O'Donovan

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