Updates and advice on Coronavirus from GMIT

GMIT Coronavirus updates and advice

The safety and wellbeing of our community is our priority.

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



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

Please refer to our Resources page for GMIT's COVID Response Plan, actions required, policies, and protocols.


What Level 5 means for Further and Higher Education

Read the statement from the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science (20 October 2020)


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Barry McMillan, Chair of the GMIT Academic Writing Centre, a valuable online academic resource for students in all campuses.

GMIT is delighted to announce that its excellent academic resource for students, the GMIT Academic Writing Centre, has transitioned fully to online delivery, offering focused academic writing tuition to all students, at all levels, across all disciplines on the Galway and Mayo campuses.

Dr Seán Duignan, Head of the GMIT Dept of Computer Science & Applied Physics.

GMIT is delighted to be a partner in hosting DojoMór2020, an exciting and fun online coding event for young people aged 7 to 17, where in one day (Saturday 24 October 2020), right across Ireland, they learn to create a simple game, build a website, and programme some electronics.