The third installment of our photo tour of NUI Galway looks at the north campus.
Kingfisher Sports Centre
The Kingfisher Sports Centre houses the university’s indoor sports facilities, including a 25 metre swimming pool, gym, squash and basketball courts.
NUI Galway’s Engineering Building was officially opened by the Irish Prime minister (Taoiseach) in June 2011. The 14,250 sqm world-class teaching and research facility accommodates some 1,100 students and 110 staff.
Aras Moyola houses the university’s School of Political Science and Sociology and the School of Nursing. The building comprises state of the art training facilities, as well as a lecture theatre, study areas and classrooms.
The Cairnes Building, which also incorporates the old Friary, houses our teaching and research programmes in Accountancy and Finance, Business Information Systems, Economics, Management and Marketing.
Clinical Science Institute (Galway University Hospital)
The Clinical Science Institute is situated across the street from the main campus, on the grounds of Galway University Hospital, and houses teaching and research facilities of the university’s School of Medicine.
NUI Galway Sportsgrounds, Dangan
The picturesque NUI Galway sports complex at Dangan is situated along the banks of the River Corrib. The facility includes an 8 lane synthetic track, with jumping and throwing facilities, as well as numerous playing fields for Gaelic Games, Rugby, Soccer, Hockey and Cross-Country. As an added bonus, you can enjoy a lovely view of Menlo Castle across the river.
If you enjoyed this post, be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 of our Photo Tour of NUI Galway.