National University of Ireland - Maynooth
The National University of Ireland at Maynooth was founded in 1795 as a seminary—then the largest in the world. St Patrick’s College, as it was known, joined with the National University of Ireland in 1910 and in 1997 added faculties of Arts, Science, Celtic Studies and Philosophy. NUI Maynooth is today a non-denominational university of 8,800 students in a small village in County Kildaire, on Ireland’s east coast and just outside Dublin.
Disciplines include the traditional humanities, music, education, media studies, psychology, basic sciences, social sciences, computer, and electronic engineering. Courses are taught in English. Since the exchange focuses on departments, applicants should consult with their advisor early about an appropriate course of study.
Deadline: October 1 for Spring and March 1 for Fall
Semesters in Maynooth:
- Spring begins at the end of January and ends in May.
- Fall begins in August and ends in December.
Housing: On-campus accommodation
For more information please visit the web site or contact the Liaison for this exchange program.
Dr. Rebecca Flannagan
English, Modern Languages & Philosophy Department