Apply to GMIT

CAO applications, direct applications, internal applications and scholarships

GMIT students outside Galway campus

Are you interested in applying to GMIT? Click on the following links to find out more:

- How to apply through the CAO for entry into first year of a course
- How to use a Further Education and Training (FET) qualification to apply to GMIT
- How to apply for a Transfer or Add-On 
Postgraduate opportunities in GMIT

Some GMIT courses may also accept Direct Applications - details are on the relevant course pages.

If you want to apply for GMIT Lifelong Learning courses in Galway or Mayo, application details are on the individual course pages. 

Any other questions? Please contact our Admissions Office for more information: Tel: +353 (0)91 74 2305, Email: admissions@gmit.ie

Latest News

87% percent of GMIT graduates (Class of 2017) were in employment or further study nine months after graduating, the latest “HEA Graduate Outcomes Survey – Class of 2017” shows.

Back Row L-R: Shane McLoughlin, Westport, Co Mayo; Jack Lynch, Killycannon, Co Cavan; Aidan Devine, Tulsk, Co Roscommon. Front Row L-R: Anthony Clare, lecturer, GMIT Letterfrack, Lauren Casey, Newtowncashel, Co Longford; Brian Dillon, Knocklyon, Co Dublin and Benen Lynch, Tullaghan, Co Leitrim.

Six students at GMIT’s National Centre for Excellence in Furniture Design & Technology in Letterfrack have successfully qualified to compete at this year’s Ireland Skills Live Event at the RDS in Dublin from 21 to 23 March.