Maynooth University has adopted a blended approach to programme delivery (parts in person, parts online), while operating within the government health guidelines. This will mean that the campus will be open and students will have on campus laboratory classes, practical sessions and some small group interactions (e.g. tutorials and seminars). Use of face coverings will be generally required in such circumstances, and anywhere that there are groups of people.
The Library, sports facilities, creche and restaurants will also be open and will operate within government guidelines. There will be fewer people than normal on campus at any one time, but the facilities will generally be available.
All students on campus will have to complete an induction and training for safe practices as we learn to live with Covid-19.
International students travelling to Maynooth will be welcome on campus, subject to having satisfied the requirements for a restricted period immediately after arrival in Ireland. International (non-EU) postgraduate incoming students should consult the International Office, in particular there is a section on what you should do before you come to Maynooth. Further information is available here.
The Registration schedule can be found here https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/admin/content/assets/view/33555.
The fees schedule is available here: https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/student-fees-grants/postgraduate
Over the next few weeks, you will receive registration details and fee payment by email. Information will be sent to the email provided on your online application. If you are moving to a new address or wish to change the address you originally provided, you can change it by logging into your PAC account at www.pac.ie
In order to complete the registration process and gain unrestricted access to university student facilities you must register online and pay the first half of your programme fees. Updates will appear on the Registration Office website as well.
The Graduate Studies Office provides a general induction session:
Please see details below.
Registration is now closed for our on-campus Taught Master's Induction. Please registere here for the live streaming Induction which will take place on September 16th at 10 am.
Our Taught Master's Induction 2021 will be held on 16th September in the Iontas Lecture Theatre, Iontas Building, North Campus, Maynooth University. For campus maps, please follow this link: Campus Map, Maynooth University
You can view the Taught Masters Induction Session via the Taught Masters Moodle page along with presentations from the International Office, Student Services, The Writing Centre, IT Services, Irish Language on Campus, CTL Master Classes for Taught Postgraduate Students and the Library. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Research Student Induction: Wednesday 29 September: 12.00 noon – 2.00 pm.
Postgraduate Research Induction is compulsory for all new research students.
Part A: Research Induction will take place on 29th September from 12.00 noon - 2.00 pm in the Education Lecture Theatre - ELT, Education House, North Campus.
Part B: Series of online presentations through moodle. The presentations will include:
- Important Information about Health & Safety on campus, and how you can play your part in keeping yourself and the your classmates safe this year. It is important that you maintain procedures consistently. We are asking you to take responsibility for your actions. Please pay particular attention to this part of the induction information.
- Presentations from core University services about the many supports that are available to you, such as the Library, IT Services, Maynooth University Writing Centre and several others.
Livestream Webcast: The induction link will be available on the Research Student Moodle page on Wednesday.
Link here: https://moodle.maynoothuniversity.ie/course/view.php?id=17613
Enrolment key: ResearchStudent2021
Panopto Live link: https://mu.cloud.panopto.eu/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=26807c4b-326f-4311-890b-adb200805ea0
For further information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Postgraduate programme coordinators will email students during the week beginning Monday 13th September with an indicative timetable for their programme.
Please note that in some cases, the detail of the programme timetable may change prior to course start.
For further information, email contacts for postgraduate programme coordinators are also found by clicking on the relevant course on this[page]
International (non-EU) postgraduate incoming students should consult the International Office, in particular there is a section on what you should do before you come to Maynooth. Further information is available here.
Visit our postgrad website here. Download our free Postgraduate Prospectus here. Follow us on Facebook @ PostgraduateMaynooth, Twitter @mu_postgrad on Linkedin @ Postgraduate Maynooth.
Please contact the postgraduate admissions team by email on email@example.com for further information about the deferral process. It may not be possible to accommodate all deferral requests.