A COVID-19 Update from the Programme Advisory Office
The University has asked those of us who can to work from home to do so in order to practice social distancing. While we cannot meet in person, we are still available to meet with students online. You can book your online appointment via our booking system: muprogrammechoices.youcanbook.me. We use Microsoft Teams Live for our online appointments - you will need Microsoft Teams on your laptop or smartphone for our appointment.
Here is an overview of how to download Microsoft Teams to your phone, computer or how to access Teams online:
We have also greated a handy guide on how to use Microsoft Teams:
If you want to chat with a member of the Programme Advisory Team, please message Caitriona on firstname.lastname@example.org or Rebecca on email@example.com
Other ways to stay in touch
To arrange an appointment over the phone, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We can also answer your questions by email and ASK. We are working remotely so bear with us but there may be a slight delay in coming back to your queries.
Frequently Asked Questions
We are updating our are dedicated year-specific information webpages with your FAQs:
- First Years: www.maynoothuniversity.ie/year-1-info
- Second Years: www.maynoothuniversity.ie/year-2-info
Overview of the Programme Advisory Office
Within the Office of the Dean of Teaching and Learning, the Programme Advisory Office is available to assist and advise undergraduate students, including incoming first year students, with programme related decisions they may be unsure about before and after the registration period. The Programme Advisory Office is a guide for students as they navigate their own way through their programme options. The Programme Advisory Office consists of the Programme Advisor, Caitríona McGrattan, who is supported by a team of Postgraduate students during peak times.
The Programme Advisor will brief all incoming first year students during your Welcome Week about the Programme Choices you will be asked to make during their academic journey at Maynooth University. Continuing second year students may also avail of the service if you are unsure about your programme options for example if you have any questions about the flexible degree pathways (major or major w/minor options) or whether or not to choose to take an Elective.
How to get in touch with the Programme Advisory Office:
We love hearing from students so please get in touch with any programme choice related questions you may have via:
Online Appointment: See 'Speak to a member of the Programme Advisory Team' below.