School of Business

Choose from a wide range of business courses at GMIT Galway campus

GMIT School of Business

Business is one of the most popular degree choices in Ireland due to the exciting and varied career options available to graduates.

With a wide range of courses on offer at undergraduate and post-graduate level, business students in GMIT have embraced the flexibility a degree in Business offers, all while enjoying the vibrant student city of Galway.

 

Flexibility

Our business degrees are designed so that you can switch from one Business course to another if you change your mind about what you want to study.  Find out more - download our brochure here.

 

Subject areas

GMIT School of Business offers courses in the following areas:

  • Accounting
  • Business
  • Business Information Systems
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance & Economics
  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing & Sales
  • Rural Enterprise & Agri-Business

GMIT’s School of Business is a centre for accounting education in the West of Ireland, with a range of courses that lead to undergraduate, post-graduate and professional accounting qualifications.

 

Real-world Interaction

Our students often comment on the learning and enjoyment they get from the practical projects they undertake as part of their business degree in GMIT.  Typical projects include:

  • Running events for charities
  • Hosting an election debate and mock election with local politicians
  • Preparing a fantasy budget, in advance of the real budget
  • Developing a digital marketing plan for a company

 

Industry Links

GMIT School of Business has close links to industrial, commercial, private and public sector organisations, and has built lasting relationships with all relevant professional bodies.  This ensures our graduates have a smooth and successful transition from college to the world of work.

GMIT School of Business Graduates 2014

What's Happening

Accounting courses

Demand for Accountants has never been higher. At GMIT we have a range of accounting courses to suit all levels.

Already a graduate in another discipline? Why not consider a career change?

Eamon Walsh, Head of Accounting & Information Systems at GMIT explains:

[L-R] are: Síona Cahill (Vice President for Equality and Citizenship), Amy Kelly (Vice President for Campaigns), Michael Kerrigan (President), Michelle Byrne (Vice President for the Southern Region), Niamh Murtagh (Vice President for Welfare), Jimmy McGovern (Vice President for the BMW Region), Oisin Hassan (Vice President for Academic Affairs)

GMIT School of Business graduates Michael Kerrigan and Amy Kelly were recently elected to the National Executive of the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).

Michael Kerrigan has been elected President of USI and Amy Kelly has been elected Vice President for Campaigns.

Latest News

L to R: Barry Comerford, CEO, Cambus Medical; Aisling Nolan, General Manager, Mergon International; Dr Austin Hanley, Dean of Engineering and Informatics at AIT; Denise Carthy, Manufacturing and Polymer Apprenticeship Manager, Ibec; and Gerard Mac Michael, Head of Engineering School, GMIT.

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) and Ibec are pleased to announce two new manufacturing apprenticeship programmes – a three-year Bachelor of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering and a two-year National Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering.

Occasional Table in ash and glass by Kieran McNeely, Achill Island, Co Mayo

Over 50 unique furniture pieces designed and made by degree students in GMIT Letterfrack opened to the public in the campus gallery today (Wednesday, 14 June).