Mayo

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

GMIT Mayo Campus in Castlebar is a responsive and dynamic campus with a population of approximately 1,000 students. 

In December 2017, an exciting 5 year campus investment plan was announced, designed to ensure a sustainable future for GMIT Mayo campus.

Full-time courses available 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?
GMIT Mayo Campus has a dynamic range of international links including student exchanges and Erasmus plus. Our students regularly go on study exchanges to countries such as France, Spain, Germany, Sweden, the United States and others. To find out more, connect with GMIT's International Office 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.

 

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

GMIT Textiles technician Kelly Roberts at work making her reusable face coverings for nursing home use and for GMIT staff who opt to use them.

A member of staff in GMIT’s School of Design and Creative Arts has been putting her creative skills and resources to invaluable use since April, making hundreds of reusable face coverings for use in nursing homes and more recently for GMIT staff who opt to wear them on return to campus.

Rosie Norton from Westport and in the background Emma Donoghue from Ballycastle working on their pieces for the final year exhibition by students on the part-time BA in Contemporary Art Practices in GMIT Mayo. The exhibition goes live on Friday 5 June, 6pm

An exciting exhibition of artwork by students on the GMIT Mayo BA in Contemporary Art Practices course will be unveiled online, instead of on campus, going live on Zoom on Friday, 5 June at 6 pm.  This will be the first of several virtual exhibitions this summer, showcasing the work of GMIT desig