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About NUI Galway
About NUI Galway
Since 1845, NUI Galway has been sharing the highest quality teaching and research with Ireland and the world. Find out what makes our University so special – from our distinguished history to the latest news and campus developments.
Colleges & Schools
Colleges & Schools
NUI Galway has earned international recognition as a research-led university with a commitment to top quality teaching across a range of key areas of expertise.
- Research & Innovation
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At NUI Galway, we believe that the best learning takes place when you apply what you learn in a real world context. That's why many of our courses include work placements or community projects.
The selection of courses on offer by our Discipline to Visiting Students can be found in the Visiting Student booklet which is normally available at the end of July/early August at the following link: Visting Student Booklet. Please note that it is not safe to select courses from the Discipline's own website, which displays courses from various programmes.
For more information on NUI, Galway and relevant contacts consult the following: NUI Galway Factsheet
Important Notice for US and Non-Francophone Visiting Students:
The Discipline of French, NUI, Galway does not offer an “ab initio” / beginners course in the French language. With regard to literature courses, it should be noted that the language of instruction is French, and that signing up for any of the literature modules listed in the Visiting Booklet in Second or Final Arts actually consists of taking and being examined in TWO components - see the Second Arts or Final Arts booklets for clarification on the obligatory and optional components available under each course. All U.S. and Non-Francophone students must take a complete language course in French (3 hours per week language and 1 hour per week language laboratory) before taking any content (literature) courses.
Your level of French would have to be assessed prior to registration for any course.
In the first instance, visiting students are advised to call to Emer in room 313, top floor, Arts Millennium building who will be able to advise them on course levels and availability.
Information pour étudiants ERASMUS de France et de Belgique:
Chaque année le Département de français accueille ca. 45 étudiants ERASMUS de France et de Belgique. Pour vous informer sur les modules que vous pouvez suivre à NUI Galway, consultez le Visiting Student Booklet publié chaque semestre par le College of Arts.
Les étudiants ERASMUS dont l'université d'origine l'exige peuvent suivre un cours de langue (français - anglais; anglais - français) offert par le Département de français (textes littéraires et de civilisation):
- FR506 (Translation Course) année académique 20 ECTS
Pour les étudiants venant pour un semestre les codes pour s'inscrire sont les suivants:
- FR506i: premier semestre 10 ECTS
- FR506ii: deuxième semestre 10 ECTS
Pour des informations plus détaillées concernant des cours offerts par le Department of English et History, visitez leurs sites web:
Sur le site web du International Affairs Office vous trouverez des informations pratiques concernant le déplacement, le logement et l'installation à Galway.