As a multi-campus university, ATU offers students a diverse range of experiences, from bustling cities to wild Atlantic coastal regions.
With many courses to choose from, students can follow their passion, find their career path and engage in a vibrant university community.
With a continued emphasis on applied learning, small class sizes and a supportive environment, ATU students can immerse themselves in student life and emerge graduate career ready.
ATU Donegal Letterkenny
Attracting a diverse student body of more than 4,000 students from Ireland and 31 countries across the globe, our Letterkenny campus harnesses academic excellence with career-focused practical experience. This approach positions our students for future success in line with their aspirations.
ATU Donegal Killybegs
The Department of Tourism is located on a five-acre site overlooking Ireland's premier fishing port - Killybegs Harbour. The Department is a hub of activity providing business and practical training that prepares graduates for careers in culinary arts, hospitality management, and tourism.
ATU Sligo St. Angela's
Our St. Angela’s campus is perhaps the most scenic in the country and just minutes away from Sligo town centre.
At the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way, Sligo has positioned itself as the market leader in online learning. A modern and contemporary campus, it offers the best learning environment to develop academically, preparing students for a fulfilling career. Students can choose from a wide range of taught postgraduate courses or research-based opportunities.
Mayo is a dynamic campus with approximately 1,000 students, offering Outdoor Education, General Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, History and Geography, Early Childhood Education and Care, Social Care and Community Development and Youth Work courses.
Our Letterfrack campus began offering furniture courses in partnership with Connemara West in 1987. Today, the campus has been designated as a National Centre for Excellence in Furniture Design and Technology, with many of its students winning national awards regularly.
Mountbellew was the first agricultural college in Ireland in 1904. Today, students in Mountbellew can choose between two degrees (Rural Enterprise & Agribusiness or Agriculture & Environmental Management) and spend time between the Mountbellew and Galway Campuses.
ATU Galway City
Galway Campus is one of the City's iconic landmarks. It provides students with a transformative university experience, empowering graduates to fully contribute to society's social, economic, and cultural betterment.