Mayo

Offering courses in Business, Engineering, Heritage, Outdoor Education, Nursing, Health Sciences and Social Care or Technology in Castlebar

GMIT Mayo Campus is a responsive, dynamic and sustainable campus with a student population of approximately 1000 students. The campus location in Castlebar, Co Mayo ensures access to a wide range of facilities and natural amenities which strengthens many of the programmes offered.

Full-time courses available on campus cover areas such as:

  • Business (business, administration and ICT skills, accounting and financial management)
  • Engineering (construction management, sustainable building technology)
  • Humanities (culture and environment, outdoor education, tourism)
  • Nursing, Health Sciences and Social Care (nursing, psychiatric nursing, applied social care)
  • Technology (digital media, information technology support)

To find out more, check out Business, Humanities and Technology, or  Nursing, Health Sciences and Social Care.

Interested in International Study?
The GMIT Mayo Campus has a dynamic range of international links including student exchanges and Erasmus plus. Students from partner colleges abroad regularly exchange with our students to countries such as France, Spain, Germany, Sweden, United States and others. To connect with our International Office in Mayo, just click here!

Interested in Part-time or Evening Courses?
See what we offer - Lifelong Learning at GMIT Mayo Campus.

Good to Know
GMIT Mayo is officially a "Green Campus", due to its work on environmental issues.

 

***CAO Open Morning and Graduate Careers Fair***

Interested in changing your career or upskilling? Or, not sure about your #CAO2018 choices?

Come to our event on Friday, 10th November, 2017 - find out more here.

 

FURTHER INFORMATION
GMIT Mayo
Tel: +353 (0)94 9025700
Email: GMIT Mayo
Facebook: GMITMayo

Why not download our Mayo Campus Guide?

 

GMIT Mayo Campus - 60 Second Tour

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.