NUI Galway has been named University of the Year by the Sunday Times for the third time.
The university outperformed 21 other third-level institution and was found to have the best job prospects of any other Irish university, with a low graduate unemployment rate of 3%.
Students at National University Ireland Galway are also much more likely to complete their courses, with with 88% of its students continuing with their studies to the bitter end.
NUI Galway ranks within the top 250 universities in the world, and today’s news will attract attention and interest from across the country.
The university has come under criticism in recent years following multiple women claiming they were discriminated against, however, the university has excelled within the necessary criteria to be crowned Univerisity of the Year 2018 in the Sunday Times’ Good University Guide.
— NUI Galway (@nuigalway) October 6, 2017