National University of Ireland, Galway

Contact details

National University of Ireland, University Road
Galway .Ireland
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Studying at the National University of Ireland, Galway

If you are considering studying at the National University of Ireland, Galway, further information can be found on their website at

To apply to study at the National University of Ireland, Galway, you need to contact the Central Applications Office (CAO) at (applications now go directly to CAO for undergraduate courses).

Exemptions from professional exams

Details of exemptions that you may be eligible for.

Mathematical sciences

If you are interested in further information on mathematical resources and societies, links to other sites can be found at the following:

Careers advice

If you are already a student or alumnus of the National University of Ireland, Galway, you will find further information and careers advice from the NUI, Galway Career Development Centre.

Work experience and job information

If you are looking for work experience or an actuarial position, the Directory of Actuarial Employers, available via the link on the right, has further details on opportunities available.

Information on part and fully qualified actuarial positions can be found on the website for The Actuary magazine (see below).

Joining the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries

In order to take the professional exams or apply for any exemptions, you must become a student member of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries. Further information on how to become a member including:

  • entry requirements
  • application forms

can be found on our How to register as a student page.

Studying and exams

Exemptions from professional exams

Depending on the modules taken and the grades obtained, completion of these actuarial degree programmes can lead to recommendation for exemption from some or all of the subjects shown.

BSc in Financial Mathematics and Economics Course information

  • Exemption from Core Technical Stage subjects: CT1, CT3, CT7

Contact: Cian Twomey, Programme Director
Lecturer in Financial Economics
JE Cairnes School of Business and Economics
NUI Galway

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