CAO Advice

New courses, tips and advice for CAO

GMIT CAO Change of Mind

Have you applied for college through the Central Applications Office (CAO)?

*Download our CAO brochure to find out why GMIT is a great choice* (Pdf, 3.5MB).

Or, check out the links below for information on new courses at GMIT, top tips for filling out your CAO form, scholarship and entry schemes and advice for mature students (aged 23+).

 

CAO Alerts 2018

The following courses have been removed from the CAO for September 2018 entry:

  • Construction Management (Mayo campus, GA861)
  • Digital Media and Society (Mayo campus, GA884)
  • Food Innovation and Enterprise (Galway campus, GA372 / GA383)

Please call our Admissions Office on 091 742140 if you have any queries.

See the CAO website for a full list of important CAO changes from ALL colleges.

GMIT at a glance

Latest News

GMIT School of Business is pleased to once again run a free Young Entrepreneur Summer Camp for 40 young people from 9 to 13 July at the Galway campus.

L to R: Chris Murphy, CEO Bluedrop Medical; Eamon Walsh, Head of Dept, School of Business GMIT; Dr Miriam McSweeney, lecturer, GMIT; Josh Browne, Liam O’Grady, Caitriona Stroker and James Reidy, third Year BIS Students, GMIT; Phelim Murnion, lecturer, GMIT; and George McCourt, Head of Innovation & Enterprise, GMIT.

GMIT Business students on the B.Sc. in Business Information Systems (BIS) degree programme completed valuable work for a number of client companies in GMIT’s Innovation Hub over the past few months as part of their degree programme.