University of Kent
University of Vienna
Univerzita Palackého V Olomouci, CZ, Palacky University
Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
Sorbonne (Paris IV)
Jean Monnet Saint Etienne University
University of Rennes
University of Rouen
University of Strasbourg
University of Göttingen
University of Leipzig
University of L’Aquila (staff exchange only)
University of Valladolid
Denison University, Ohio
DePaul University, Chicago
Korea University of Technology
Louisiana State University
Loyola University, New Orleans
New Mexico State University
Point Loma Nazarene University
Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame
Siena College, Albany County, New York
University of Arizona
University of Dayton
University of Miami, Florida
University of North Carolina, Wilmington
University of Toronto
Wofford College, South Carolina
The following modules are on offer to all visiting students for 2013-14:
YES* = modules only on offer to Non-EU students who are taking Music as a Major –
Credits awarded for full year attendance only
Students are invited to join one of our diverse ensembles, please contact the Music Department for more information.
If you are considering taking performance-based modules during your studies in the Music Department, please note that certain restrictions apply.
- Erasmus students are not entitled to take performance modules involving performance tuition.
- Non-EU students are entitled to take performance modules and receive tuition on their instrument or voice but only if they are Music Majors and are attending Maynooth University for the full academic year
- Performance tuition modules run for the entire academic year and must be completed in full for credit to be awarded.
Informal queries may be directed to the Music Department Office. Additional information about the processes involved in making an application to study at Maynooth University including relevant deadlines and contact details may be found on the Maynooth University International Office website. For information on accommodation, please contact the Residency Office.
If you are considering a study abroad year, you will need to make initial contact with the International Officer in the Music Department.
You will need to consider where you would like to study (see our Current Partners List). Alternatively, if you find we do not currently have an agreement with an institution or university at which you would like to study, please contact the International Office. More information about the processes involved in making an application for Erasmus+ and relevant deadlines may be found on the NUI, Maynooth International Office website.
If you are interested in establishing a staff research exchange or student study link, please contact the international officer in the Music Department. Our Research and Staff pages provide more information on our past and current projects. Also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Barbora Kubeckova - "I came to study Music at the National University of Ireland Maynooth as an Erasmus student in the academic year 2011/2012. The Music department impressed me by its variety of music subjects which students can choose to study and the broad areas or research. The artistic facilities and stimulating environment of the department appeared to be very beneficial as a foundation for my current area of research and further development. Therefore I have decided to apply for postgraduate study in Musicology at the National University of Ireland Maynooth. Currently I am finishing my MA degree and I have to admit that all my high expectations from the course have been fulfilled. The year allowed me to broaden my knowledge of current musicological activities across genres and significantly has developed any sharpened my future career ambitions." Brazilian Carnival