The Induction session for new Taught Masters students will take place on Tuesday, the 12th of September.
Non-EU students should arrive for the Taught Masters Induction at 9.30am to meet the International Office.
EU and Irish students should arrive for the Taught Masters Induction at 10.30am for the rest of the session.
During Orientation Week in the Iontas Lecture Theatre, Iontas Building, North Campus, Maynooth University, followed by a Students' Union welcome lunch.
This is an optional welcome and orientation event, new students to Maynooth University are particularly encouraged to attend to help to familiarise themselves with the campus and its services. Please note that this is a general welcome and networking event. Your Department will run a course-specific induction session to provide you with your Masters' programme information.
The Research Student Induction session will take place on the 27th September from 1pm. A light lunch will be provided beforehand.
Venue: Renehan Hall, South Campus.
Please contact email@example.com for further information.
This is an obligatory session for all new research students entering study. Research students who have not yet attended Induction or who have not yet received a Research Student Handbook please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the induction programme is to promote awareness of all aspects of a candidate’s research degree, including the preparation of research plans, performance monitoring and examination procedures. What constitutes a ‘reasonable workload’ and ‘standard attendance’ is also discussed. In addition, a candidate’s teaching duties, rights and responsibilities, potential intellectual property issues, the rights and responsibilities of supervisors, plagiarism, safety and ethical considerations, definitions of research misconduct, basic work conditions and regulations, and the supports available from the career development centre and similar services are explained.