Modules have been chosen to reflect the current business environment. The delivery of our modules is over two semesters (September-January & February-May) followed by the Summer semester pathways (see below). Our programmes are normally delivered through lectures, presentations, and intensive workshops. Students are encouraged to learn independently, through significant reading and assignments, both on their own and working in groups, prior to a class and afterwards. For an overview on the below listed modules, expected learning outcomes, teaching & learning methods and assessments used, please use course finder for your programme.
||The programme offers a preparatory Autumn School to prepare students from different backgrounds to arrive at basic levels of Business, Maths & Statistics, and Programming for Business Analytics
|Semester 1 & 2
||The programme is intensive with a focus on hands-on learning experience. It is made up of eight taught modules. Modules cover the foundations of business analytics (Principles of Business Analytics, and Predictive Analytics), real-world analytics projects with an organization (Analytics Live), analytics applications and socio-technical implications (Marketing Analytics, Contemporary Issues in IT, and People, Organisations & Society), in addition to Core Experiences modules (Career Planning and Development, and Evidence Based Management).
||The final semester (May-August) has a range of options, including a BRP working on a live problem for a client, a work placement* or an academic dissertation. Part-time students complete their Business Research Project in year two.
*Work placements are only available to full-time students. Placements are obtained either through support from the Placement Office or student generated opportunities (subject to approval).
Note: all students register for MI674 (Business Research Project (BRP) at online registration at the start of this programme. During Semester 1, you will be given further details on how Summer Pathways work.
Click on links of below listed modules to find expected learning outcomes, teaching & learning methods.
|MNAF6 - BUSINESS ANALYTICS
|Postgraduate (EU & International) Tuition Fees
|Please note that the fees below may be revised at any time
prior to the commencement of the academic year in September 2020.
For latest information, please contact the Fees Office.
EU Tuition Fees (2020/21)
€8,300 (full-time) / €5,200 p.a. (part-time)
International Fee (2020/21)
Please remember to add on the Student Levy of €150.00
to all fees listed above.
|Maynooth University through the Graduate Studies offer a variety of Scholarships.
Further details via this link: Scholarships.
How to Apply
Applications for all Maynooth University postgraduate programmes are online through the Postgraduate Applications Centre (PAC).
This is an online application system that allows applicants, for a fee of €50, to apply for up to three courses at Maynooth University. Course selection can be from any of our PhD, Research and Taught Masters, Diplomas or Certificate courses. The fee is paid directly to PAC. *If you have missed a closing date for a Taught Masters for us at the School of Business then please contact us email@example.com to see if we will accept a late application.
The 'Making an Application' section gives you step by step guidance on using PAC
Requests for application assistance from EU or all Maynooth University graduates should be made to:
Graduate Studies Office
Tel: + 353 (1) 708 6018
Requests for application assistance from NON-EU applicants should be made to:
Tel: + 353 1 708 3868
Below you will find a helpful guide to making an application.
Our International Office have put together information to help our International Students.