Yes, please submit an application as normal. We are continuing to accept and assess applications for the September 2020 intake.
Yes, you should still submit an application and keep the International Office updated on your situation.
We are happy to inform you that students will be able to provide the Duolingo English Test as proof of English proficiency. The minimum required score will be 110 (equivalent to the usual 6.5 IELTS). The
Duolingo English Test is an online English proficiency test that can be taken online, on-demand, in under an hour for $49 . The test is taken via a computer with a camera and includes a proficiency score, video interview, and writing sample which are shared with Maynooth University when students send their results. Certified results are available within 48 hours of the test session. We can only accept results for tests that have been taken after 1st April 2020.
Note that we also confirm that we can accept the online versions of IELTS and TOEFL for September 2020 intake.
We understand that there may be delays in sending some document to us. We are aiming to be as flexible as possible throughout the admissions process. If you are having difficulty with providing the required information, please advise the admissions team at email@example.com
The school leaving exams have been delayed, there is a possibility that there may be some change to the start of term, but we do not yet have the precise dates. We will provide updates as soon as any are available.
You should apply as normal and submit the application online. If the visa application is closed still at that stage, you should submit final documents as soon as you can and contact firstname.lastname@example.org if late arrival/online classes are required.
Yes, we will flexible with deadlines for students paying deposits and understand that some students may need extra time to make decisions.
Please contact email@example.com if you need more time to make your decision and pay your deposit.
We are happy to accept requests to defer accepted conditional or full offers until 1st of July 2020. Deferrals are not automatic for all programmes and will be considered on a case by case basis. Please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org should you wish to defer your place.
The Admissions team is continuing to assess new applications and we are preparing to welcome our new students in September 2020 as usual. If you think that you can no longer commence your studies in September 2020, please contact email@example.com and we can discuss your options with you.
We are currently organising online Q&A sessions for offer holders and are in constant communication with students. We are also participating in virtual fairs and virtual agent events where you can get in touch with us. We will be posting any upcoming events on social media as well as sending out e-invitations.
If you have any specific questions please contact the admissions team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Education Ireland are also hosting virtual events and sessions. Please visit Education Ireland to find out more information on events that are happening in your country.
Yes, if you will have completed a Level 9 degree (Postgraduate degree), you will still be eligible to apply for the 1G visa after graduation. This will provide you with the opportunity to work in Ireland for a period up to 24 months.
If you have completed a Level 8 (Undergraduate degree), you will still be eligible to apply for the IG visa after graduation. This will provide you with the opportunity to work In Ireland for a period of up to 12 months.