Registration and Information

Space, Place, and the History of Women Religious

H-WRBI Annual Conference will take place at the National University of Ireland (NUI), Galway at  the Moore Institute on Thursday 7 June and Friday 8 June 2018.

 Register for the Conference (click link)

Bursary application for postgraduates, early career researchers, post-docs, independent scholars outside the academy who have no access to funding. (H-WRBI bursary form 2018) Deadline 23 April 2018

Getting around and accommodation 

1. Getting to the University

How to get to Galway

Travel to Galway 

The conference takes place in the Moore Institute. Before departing  we recommend you take a look at the NUI Galway website, and maps of the campus and surrounding areas.

Air: For detailed information on travelling from Dublin, Shannon or Knock Airport by train, bus or taxi, or for information on car hire, please refer to our Getting to Galway Guide.

Bus: Regular bus services operated by Bus ÉireannGo Bus and Citylink, with fully air-conditioned coaches equipped with free Wi-Fi. The motorway from Dublin Airport to Galway City allows for travel time from 2 hours 20 minutes, with direct bus services operating every half hour (Dublin Airport Terminal to Galway City Centre).  Knock and Shannon Airports are currently serviced by Bus Éireann, expanding services to accommodate the growing number of passengers to each airport

Car: Should you wish to travel to Galway by car, please refer to the AA Road Maps & Route Planner

Train: Irish Rail, offering 9 daily train transfers from Dublin City with travel time from 2 hours 10 minutes.

2.  Getting around the university and city of Galway

Campus Map


Galway City Map

3. Accommodation Information 

Accommodation in Galway (Download pdf)

Last minute hotels in Co Galway for Galway

AirBnB for Galway

Bed & Breakfast / Hotels Galway

3. Galway and surrounds

Galway is a vibrant city with lots on offer for everyone.

Galway Tourism

Lonely Planet Galway City

Galway City

Contact the Conference Organisers