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.
Semester 1 and Semester 2 Module Themes
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).
(EU & International)
|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 (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.
|Open for applications from, 9th March 2021, closing date 30th June 2021.
Instructions on making an application, can be found HERE
Please see Terms and Conditions for more information on eligibility requirements.
60 Taught Masters scholarships of €2000 each will be awarded to student across all disciplines in
recognition of academic excellence.
All applicants must have achieved a minimum 2.1 honours undergraduate degree.
Open to both EU and Non-EU applicants.
Graduates or current students of PhD or Master’s programmes are not eligible to apply.
Prospective students interested in research programmes should apply instead for the
Maynooth University John and Pat Hume Doctoral Research Awards.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
We are committed to the development of sporting excellence at Maynooth University.
The application deadline for a Sports Scholarship at Maynooth University is 1st April.
Scholarships are awarded for both undergraduate and postgraduate students in GAA, Golf,
Rugby, Soccer and Snooker (see below for further details) .
Other Sports: No bursary is offered, but funding is available to MU students esentative honours to
attend training camps and international competition.
Scholarships are reserved for students who have reached, or have the potential to reach a very
high level of performance, competing at one or a combination of international, national,
inter-provincial and inter-county level.
All students on this MSc are entitled to free Graduate membership of the IMCA (Institute of Management Consultants & Advisors) for the duration of the programme and for the 12 months following completion.
You will have the opportunity to avail of our programmes and make new friends in a truly multinational environment. Whatever your reason for embarking on graduate studies; be it the desire to return to learning, to undertake cutting-edge research, or to increase your career prospects, we are delighted to welcome you to the School of Business. As a graduate student at Maynooth you will be embarking on a stimulating and challenging journey alongside Faculty staff that are passionate about their research, sharing new discoveries and understanding, while training you to the highest level in your chosen discipline. Our International Office have put together information for International Student (click on your country flag) on this page for entry requirements for all our courses.
Requests for application assistance from NON-EU applicants should be made to:
Tel: + 353 1 708 3868