​ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS EXAM - EASTER AND AUGUST 2020

We will be offering prospective Engineering students a second chance to secure the required H4 (previously HC3) in Leaving Certificate Mathematics in order to meet the basic entry requirement for qualification to our Engineering degree (MH304). The exam is based on the content covered by Paper One of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Mathematics syllabus and consists of one exam lasting two hours. We also run a free preparatory course in advance of the Engineering Mathematics Exam. Separate registration is required for the preparatory course. Students attaining the H4 (60% or higher) standard in the examination will be deemed to have met the mathematics entry requirement to the degree. 

Exam Details  

Engineering Mathematics Preparatory Course -
Engineering Mathematics Exam 2020 -

DATE OF EXAM: -   Date to be confirmed Easter 2020
TIME OF EXAM: -   To be confirmed
VENUE: Engineering and Biosciences Building, Maynooth University North Campus
NOTE: You must bring some form of identification or CAO documentation with you on the day.

Minimum Entry Requirements (Matriculation Requirements)
Matriculation refers to the minimum requirements that must be met in order to start a course in the University. For Engineering students, the requirements, in addition to passing the Engineering Mathematics exam are:Two grade H5 or better 
Four grade O6/H7, including a pass in Irish, English and a science subject
Note that a foreign language is not required
Minimum 300 points attained in Leaving CertificateClick here more information about minimum entry requirements. 

Applicants with a Disability 
If you have a disability or specific learning difficulty and require examination support for the Engineering Maths exam please contact Gerard Gallagher, Disability Advisor at gerard.gallagher@mu.ie/01-7083721 with supporting documentation.

Mature Student Applicants
The minimum entry requirements (matriculation requirements) do not apply to mature students (i.e. students over aged 23 or over on 1 January of year of entry to the programme), but applicants must demonstrate a satisfactory standard in Mathematics.