Updates and advice on Coronavirus from GMIT

GMIT Coronavirus updates and advice

***Alert for GMIT students living in Galway*** (13 February 2021)

An outbreak of COVID-19 among GMIT students living in Galway has been declared by the Public Health Department of the HSE.

If you are living in Galway city, please read the email sent to all students on Friday 12th February by the COVID Officer.

IMPORTANT: If there was a recent COVID positive case in your social network and you think you might have been exposed, organise for a COVID test over the weekend.  Full details on how to arrange a COVID test are in the letter attached to the email.



The safety and wellbeing of our community is our priority.

See our Statement regarding Semester 2 update (11 January 2021)

Ireland is at Level 5. See the measures in place to protect us all at

Under current protection measures, face-to-face teaching is limited to practical classes, such as lab, workshop, and studio activity, where online teaching is not possible. All other tuition is taking place online.


COVID Online Forms

GMIT students, staff, and visitors must fill in the following forms when attending campus:

Daily Health Check and Attendance Form – to be completed daily before you arrive on campus.

Personal Contact Log – if you have generated a ‘close contact’ during the day, complete this form before you leave campus.


More Information

Check out Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for students and staff below.

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