GMIT Connect

Activities and supports for secondary schools, further education colleges and communities

The GMIT Connect team runs a variety of activities and schemes to help young people gain access to, and succeed in, higher education.

Download our brochure (PDF, 1.36MB) and our Roadmap to College (PDF, 377KB) for further information.

Our message to the Students of 2020  (PDF, 241KB)

Who we work with

The GMIT Connect team works with schools and communities to support students in their journey towards third-level education, regardless of their circumstances or background.

Preparing students for college

We support school leavers and adult learners to prepare for, apply to, and succeed at college.

Talk to us to organise activities such as:

  • School talks
  • In-school programmes
  • Career workshops
  • Campus visits
  • Bespoke activities - come to us with ideas!

Supporting students in college 

Once students join the GMIT community, we can put supports in place.

For example:

  • Student Mentoring
  • Financial Supports such as the Student Assistance Fund
  • Supports for students with physical, sensory or specific learning difficulties

 

For further information, please contact:

Dr Seamus Morrissey
ATS Co-ordinator
Tel: +353 (0)91 742495
Email: ats@gmit.ie

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GMIT’s new Medical Imaging Suite, operated by the MET Gateway, and located in the GMIT iHub, Galway campus. (Photo Neil Warner)

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