Ireland has three main international airports: Dublin, Shannon & Cork.
Dublin airport is the most popular flight destination for incoming students as it has direct links with the major hubs of Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, New York and Paris.
GMIT is spread out over five campuses located in counties Galway and Mayo.
Dublin Road campus in Galway city
Centre for Creative Arts and Media, also in Galway city
Mountbellew campus, in County Galway
The National Centre for Excellence in Furniture Design and Technology based in Letterfrack, County Galway
Mayo Campus, in Castlebar, County Mayo
Dublin Airport is by far the largest airport in the country with the most international connections. It has daily services to the major European cities including the hub airports of London, Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Madrid and Istanbul. It also has daily services to the east and west coast of the USA and some Canadian cities. Both Dubai and Abu Dhabi are also connected to Dublin Airport on a daily basis. Ethiopian Airlines offers frequent connection service from Addis Ababa to the USA via Dublin Airport, while Shannon Airport has direct daily services to London and to the USA.
Both airports offer bus services directly to Galway City. The bus is not expensive, modern, clean and very safe. The journey from Dublin Airport to Galway city is approximately 3 hours and Shannon Airport to Galway city is approximately 2 hours.
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Students traveling to our Mayo campus can use the train service from Dublin City centre. Those going to Letterfrack or Mountbellew should contact the International Office for travel details from Glaway.
In all cases, students keep the International Department aware of all travel arrangements so that we can prepare a warm Irish welcome!
For travel information, download our brochure below.