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Today, National University of Ireland Galway is a vibrant international University with over 17,500 students, combining a rich cultural environment with state-of-the-art facilities for learning and research.
We have a diverse and international academic community with staff and students coming from over 100 different countries.
Much of this work has already achieved a degree of scale with the creation of reasonably well-funded research groups and research centres within various disciplines.
Some of the College research is now managed as part of larger University-wide institutes.
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The College provides professionally accredited education across a portfolio of undergraduate degrees, taught masters and doctoral programmes.
Our faculty includes internationally recognized innovators contributing to the advancement of engineering and computing knowledge and the creation of everyday products used by millions of people throughout the world.
For a big-field handicap, the Galway Hurdle (4.35) has been kind to punters in recent years, with Clondaw Warrior and Quick Jack, the last two winners, both priced 9/2, while Thomas Edison was well supported in 2014 at 7/2.
Willie Mullins is set to dominate the Galway Festival after winning the big race for the second evening in a row, but his main rival Gordon Elliott got off the board in the finale before a 17,480 crowd.
National University of Ireland, Galway is consistently ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world, and is especially recognized for engineering, computing and technology.