Visiting Erasmus students coming for one semester or one year may consider signing up for any of the following modules:
Visiting Student Classes
This list may be subject to change.
Although it is unlikely that a course on this list will become unavailable or full, please have a couple of back-up course options in case your chosen course is not available anymore, or clashes with another one of your chosen courses, or the course has reached its capacity.
Please note you cannot register for courses that are not on this list!
You are welcome to register for courses from a subject area that you are not studying at your home university as long as your home university coordinator approves this and it is on the available courses list. You will log in and choose your modules online prior to arrival and details will be sent to you in advance of your arrival at Maynooth University.
How to apply
Partner Institutions will receive information regarding the nomination process directly from the International Office. Please note the following nomination deadlines: Second Semester 2022/2023: 15 October 2022
Nominated students will then receive an email from us with instructions on how to apply. Please note the following application deadlines: Second Semester 2022/2023: 31 October 2022
Once a student has submitted a complete application, they will be further informed of their next steps.
*Students are advised to contact the International Coordinator for the relevant department if they have any academic queries, e.g. course content, etc.
On-campus accommodation - details of our on-campus accommodation options are here, however these are in high demand and fill up quickly. It is recommended that you explore other options as outlined below.
Home Finder Service | Maynooth University
Our Home Finder Service will run two webinars on 17th and 18th November with useful information on how to efficiently search for off-campus accommodation. Details will be emailed directly to accepted second semester students on the Erasmus+ programme.
Other resources (not affiliated with Maynooth University) - www.daft.ie; www.rent.ie; www.airbnb.ie; www.homestay.com
You can search for accommodation in neighbouring towns with transport links to Maynooth.
Great place if you're looking for a friendly environment, where you won't feel lost. Follow as many lectures as you can, if only to avoid rain and wind! And some advice from the Dutch: get a bike and cruise around campus, the best way to get around!
Bronwyn Henebury, The Netherlands
Studying at Maynooth University is very special! When I started studying here, my dream of being a student at Hogwarts for at least once in my life came true. But it is not only the old buildings that seem to enchant you with their unique character but also the people who welcome you with arms wide open. The University staff and students are there for you and will support you every step of the way. I advise everyone to join a society or club at Maynooth University in order to experience the Irish culture.
Alena Hemmel, Germany
I chose to study at Maynooth University because i wanted to be more open-minded, become fluent in English and because the quality and the range of classes in my subject area (political science) completely differed from the courses offered at my home university. My settling in was really easy and quick with help from the International Office and local students who were very welcoming and friendly and the staff who take care of students. I've had a special year with memories that I will never forget.
Tom Sommer, France