Modules have been chosen to reflect the current business environment. The delivery over three semesters (September-January & February-May and May to August). 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.
Follow link to find list of modules, module content, learning outcomes, teaching & learning methods.
The final semester (May-August) has a range of options, including a Business Research Project 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.
|Postgraduate (EU and 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 2021.
For latest information, please contact the Fees Office.
EU Tuition Fees (2019/20)
€7,800 (full-time) / €5,200 p.a. (part-time)
International Fee (2019/20)
Please remember to add on the Student Levy of €150.00
to all fees listed above
|Maynooth University 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).
Please check PAC for closing date information for your chosen course. Applicants for a fee of €50 can 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.
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
A personal written statement describing your suitability and motivation to undertake the programme is required.
For help and support in the selection of courses, please contact the programme coordinator or the Graduate Studies Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Maynooth University Graduates and Current Students
||Current Maynooth University students and Maynooth University graduates need only supply the name and details of academic referees, these must be currently based in Maynooth University. You do not need to provide reference letters. Your official transcripts will be taken from your student record at Maynooth University once you have applied on PAC. Therefore there is no need for you to upload transcripts from Maynooth University. However if you have additional transcripts that support your application from other education institutions, please upload using the PAC application process.
|Non- Maynooth University Graduates
||For applicants who are not Maynooth University graduates or are not currently due to graduate from Maynooth University, the following documentation should be uploaded to your online application form:
- Copy of Valid Passport
- Official University Academic Transcripts which include name, title of degree, date of conferring and the name of degree awarding body
- Written academic references: you may be required to submit two written academic references. If you have graduated some years ago and are unable to get an academic reference, a professional reference may suffice
Non- Maynooth University Applicants who are currently completing undergraduate/postgraduate programmes and have not as yet completed final exams/graduated should submit Certified Copies of academic transcripts with details of subjects studied and results to date as soon as possible after applying online. Final results and the proposed date of conferring should be submitted as soon as they become available.
All documentation which is not in English must be officially translated to English. Translated documentation must be forwarded to the Postgraduate Application Centre.
Note: You are not required to submit evidence of degree(s)/postgraduate qualifications pursued at Maynooth University. However, if you are a current Maynooth University undergraduate/postgraduate student/ or past Maynooth University graduate and have also completed additional degree(s)/postgraduate qualifications in another University/College, you must provide official copy documentary evidence of your non- Maynooth University qualifications.
Maynooth University reserves the right to request to see original transcripts in order to verify the authenticity of transcripts.
References: You should anticipate being asked for two referees-at least one of whom must be an academic referee. If you have graduated some years ago and are unable to get an academic reference, a professional reference may suffice.
Below you will find a helpful guide to making an application.
Our International Office have put together information to help our International Students.
For more information on the MSc in International Business, please contact the Programme Director, Professor Audra I. Mockaitis, at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.