Press Contacts

The Marketing and Communications Office provides a link between the media and the wealth of information and expertise at NUI Galway.

The Marketing and Communications Office

Address: National University of Ireland, Galway, University Road, Galway, Ireland
E info@nuigalway.ie
T 353 (0)91 493361
Opening hours: 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday.
 

For all media queries contact: 

Press and Information Officer - VACANT  

 

Gwen O'Sullivan

Press and Information Executive
E gwen.osullivan@nuigalway.ie 
T 353 (0)91 495695
 

Sheila Gorham

Administration Assistant
E sheila.gorham@nuigalway.ie
T 353 (0)91 493543
 

Neasa Ní Shé

Information Assistant
E neasa.oshea@nuigalway.ie
T 353 (0)91 493361
 
 

For all Marketing queries contact:

Lorna Farren

Director of Marketing and Communications
E lorna.farren@nuigalway.ie

T 353 (0)91 493361
 

Bríd Seoige

Senior Marketing and Brand Officer
T 353 (0) 91 494144
 

Lisa Doran

Online Marketing Officer (Maternity Cover) 
E lisa.doran@nuigalway.ie      
T 353 (0)91 494124

Yvonne Keane

Marketing Assistant
E yvonne.keane@nuigalway.ie
T 353 (0)91 494145

 

John Caulfield

Internal Communications Officer
E john.caulfield@nuigalway.ie   
T 353 (0)91 494315


 

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  • 18,000 students
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  • 120 links with universities across the globe
  • 90,000 alumni in 107 countries
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  • Ireland's top University for graduate employability with 96% of our graduates employed or in further study within six months of graduating
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