by Ariadna Carrillo Pastrana | 21 Nov, 2022 | from: Mexico, National University of Ireland Galway
Galway is a student city that feels like home! ☘️ Student Ambassador Ariadna has found a home away from home in Ireland. In her vlog, she takes us around the city and the places she has explored while she works towards her masters. Ariadna is pursuing an MSc in Innovation, Strategy and People Management at University of Galway. (more…)
by Natalie Cyrkel | 29 Aug, 2022 | from: USA, National University of Ireland Galway
Life off campus is an undeniably important part of university life! Yes, your studies are extremely important. But university life is best spent exploring new opportunities with friends! Student Ambassador Natalie shares her experience of getting involved in life beyond campus…
by Ariadna Carrillo Pastrana | 4 Aug, 2022 | from: Mexico, National University of Ireland Galway
‘No matter where you go, Ireland won’t disappoint’ says Student Ambassador Ariadna from Mexico. Ireland is incredibly rich in nature, culture and history, and because of its size, it is easy to explore it all! Check out Ariadna’s new blog, where she gives you an amazing insight into some of the sights on offer…
by Sean Hasan | 27 Jul, 2022 | from: Canada, National University of Ireland Galway
Connemara is known for its breathtaking landscapes. Student Ambassador Sean tells us about one of the most scenic regions in the country, and shares his favourite day trips in Connemara. Intrigued? Keep reading!
by Rodney Rikhotso | 8 Jul, 2022 | from: South Africa, National University of Ireland Galway
Student Ambassador Rodney from South Africa knows all the best spots off-campus in Galway! He tells us his top spots for hanging out, for going out, and for soaking up the beauty of Galway City!
by Eunice Young | 10 Jun, 2022 | from: Hong Kong, National University of Ireland Galway
Exploring your new surroundings is one of the most exciting parts about moving abroad! Student Ambassador Eunice takes us with her as she investigates her new home. Taking us around NUIG campus, her accommodation, Galway and beyond, we get to experience Eunice’s exploration as if it was our own!