Virtual Open Evening for Flexible Learning Courses at ATU

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To help you take the next step in your career, ATU are hosting a Virtual Open Evening on Tues 21st Nov 2023 at 7pm where you will join a live talk with teh ATU Online, Flexible & Professional Development team.


At Virtual Open Evening for Flexible Learning Courses at ATU you will hear from:

Bridie Killoran Careers & Learning Pathways Manager at ATU on upskilling for the future of work and how to choose the right course for you.

Eamon Walsh Head of Department Online, Flexible & Professional Development at ATU on our course offering and the benefits that upskilling through flexible learning can offer you.

Joanne Harmon Head of Online Learning Student Experience at ATU on the supports available to flexible learners and how best to fit your studies into your life.

Donald Hannigan Graduate of our MBS in Innovation & Leadership on his experience of flexible learning and how it changed his career.

This is your opportunity to have your questions answered or you can simply listen and learn more from others on the call.

Register now


Atlantic Technological University offers Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Lifelong Learning opportunities for aspiring higher education students. Learning is and will be the core activity of the Institute, bringing students, staff and the region together to share, apply, test and create knowledge. Out of ATU’s five campuses, the Galway Campus is the largest and home of the Institute’s administrative headquarters. Overlooking Galway Bay, the campus remains one of Galway City’s iconic landmarks due to its distinctive architecture and design. The modern building hosts an IT Centre and the Library. Business, Tourism, Engineering, Science a wide range of courses are available on this campus.

Galway City is also home to ATU’s The Centre for Creative Arts and Media. A stones throw away from the city centre, the campus focuses in courses in art & design, textiles, and film & documentary that cater to aspiring creative students, who are looking to gain on hands experience to prepare them for Art and Multimedia sectors. The building consists of high ceilings, wide windows and spacious room, while the library is constructed with Irish oak using a distinct ecclesiastical theme.

The Mayo Campus of Atlantic Technological University opened its doors to students back in 1994 and now offers modern facilities and services for both students and staff. Courses in Nursing, Business, Sciences, Tech among others are the main focus at the Mayo Campus. The National Centre for Excellence in Furniture Design and Technology is located in North-West Connamara at ATU’s Letterfrack Campus. The Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology was the first institute in Ireland to house a agricultural college, originally set up by the Franciscan Brothers in 1904. Today students at Mountbellow have the choice between two degrees on the campus – Rural Enterprise & Agribusiness or Agriculture & Environmental Management.

Among the excellent academic services provided by ATU, there are also great recreational facilities for its students to avail of including GAA, rugby, soccer, athletics, indoor sports and a selection of clubs and societies.

ATU Campuses

  • ATU Galway City, Dublin Road
  • ATU Galway City, Wellpark Road
  • ATU Mayo
  • ATU Connemara
  • ATU Mountbellew 

Steven Galvin

Software Engineering Online Diploma at University of Galway– Centre for Adult Learning & Professional Development, Galway
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