Freedom of Information

Contact Details and Publication Scheme

GMIT is a body established for a public purpose and thus falls within the scope of the Freedom on Information (FOI) Act 2014. 

The FOI Act 2014 provides the following statutory rights:

  • A legal right for any person to access records held by GMIT
  • A legal right for individuals to have personal information relating to them amended where it is incomplete, incorrect or misleading
  • A legal right for any person to obtain reasons for an act of GMIT which affects them and in which they have a material interest.

Read our Guide to FOI (PDF, 382KB)

 

A considerable amount of information about GMIT is available on this website and on our Publication Scheme below.

If the information you require is not readily available, please make a request in writing, by email or using the GMIT FOI Request Form, referencing the FOI Act 2014, to the FOI Officer:

Edel Hegarty, FOI Officer, GMIT Galway Campus, Dublin Road, Galway
Tel: +353 (0) 91 74 2769
eMail: foi@gmit.ie

GMIT FOI Request Form (Word, 71KB)

 

All non-personal FOI requests are published in our FOI Disclosure Log

 

PUBLICATION SCHEME

GMIT’s Publication Scheme provides information about the Institute as per guidelines issued by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform under Section 8 of the Freedom of Information Act 2014.  It is designed to facilitate the provision of information to the greatest extent possible, except for information exempted under the FOI Act.

View GMIT's Publication Scheme below.  A hard copy will be made available for viewing by appointment.

Latest News

Front cover - Galway County 1916 Rising Heritage Trail

A bilingual guide book, the Galway County 1916 Rising Heritage Trail: Go Explore the Historic Sites & Memorials, will be officially launched in the Lady Gregory Hotel at 2 pm on Thursday 14 December 2017 by Cllr Eileen Mannion, Cathaoirleach of the County of Galway.

L to R: Noel Campbell, Curator, National Museum of Ireland, presenting GMIT graduate Angela Boyce from Castlebar with a Heritage Studies Academic Achievement Award.  [Photo by Karl Keaney. No fee]

The National Museum of Ireland marked a number of successful collaborations with GMIT Mayo this year with the formal presentation of an academic achievement award to a graduate of the BA (Hons) in Heritage Studies.