The MU International Office is the first point of contact for international students applying for full-degree, Erasmus, Study Abroad, and Summer School programmes, and supports MU students who wish to study abroad.
Shirley (Accommodation Office), Eleanor (Student Pad) and Katja (Maynooth Campus Conference and Accommodation) provided lots of information about the various accommodation options available in MU and locally. Followed by Q&A.
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Join colleagues from Early Childhood Ireland and the Maynooth University Froebel Department of Primary and Early Childhood Education for a webinar focusing on the degrees available at MU. Followed by Q&A.
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Barry Fennelly is the Golf Manager and manages the Golf Scholarship programme. Barry and students discussed how Maynooth University, in association with Carton House, Oceanico Group, the Golfing Union of Ireland and the R&A are offering top amateur golfers the opportunity to combine a high performance training & competition schedule with study for an internationally recognised degree course.
Barry discussed the various tiers of scholarship and general participation opportunities in golf at the University.
Gemma Lynch is an Outreach Officer with the MAP (Maynooth Access Programme) Outreach Team with the objective of supporting the access, retention, and success of under-represented learners in higher education. This involves promoting opportunities and pathways to progress to HE and providing targeted information and advice to prospective students and their families to support them to successfully navigate third level systems.
Jennifer Bolton, Student Budgeting Advisor, and one of our Law graduates present financial information and advice to prospective students in Maynooth University.
This includes advice about money management, SUSI and other internal and external financial support options.
Former professional Barry Prenderville is the Soccer Development Officer and manages the Soccer Scholarship programme. Barry and students delivered a lively discussion about the scholarship programme and general opportunities for participation in soccer at MU.
Entrepreneurship degree Programme Director Dermot Styles and Entrepreneurship graduate Luke Joyce offer lots of insights into studying Entrepreneurship at the University including the dedicated Centre for Entrepreneurship, Design and Innovation at Maynooth University - EDEN.
Jenny Duffy is the GAA Development Officer and manages the High Performance Scholarship programme and GAA club operations.
In Maynooth University there are opportunities for both elite and non-elite players to participate in Gaelic games and to represent the university in higher education competitions. The GAA Club is the largest club on campus with 15 teams in operation. There are opportunities for students to get involved in club committees, video analysis & stats roles, coaching and promotional roles.
Emer Kington (Placement Office) and Aisling Flynn (Experiential Learning Office) highlighted the opportunities available to our students to enrich their undergraduate education experience. Followed by Q&A.
Colleen Doyle from the Student Supports team along with two students, Grainne Honer and Danya Ateya, will host a webinar focusing on the supports and services that are available to Maynooth University students. Q&A to follow.
Dr Tuvana Pastine, Associate Professor at the Maynooth University Department of Economics, and one of our students gave an overview of the new MH415 BSc Economics degree and insights into the reasons why you should study Economics.
Dr Antonio Cascelli, Associate Professor at the Maynooth University Department of Music, gave lots of insights into the options available. Antonio Cascelli is a musicologist and performer specialising in piano accompaniment.