UNCW at Maynooth

UNCW @ Maynooth

A Study Abroad Program for FYSA Students

Study abroad in Ireland at one of UNCW's most trusted partner institutions. Take classes that will fulfill UNCW graduation requirements. Maynooth offers an ideal campus and program for students just beginning their college education. The University is located in a very safe, beautiful, walkable, University town, a short distance and easy commute on public transportation to Dublin. The campus is one of the most attractive in Ireland, with a twelfth century castle at the gate, and a combination of historic, picturesque quadrangles, and new state-of-the-art library, science laboratory, and lecture/seminar buildings on the more modern side of campus. The academic program is rigorous, but the faculty are extremely helpful and very available.

Ireland is the perfect destination for one's first study abroad experience - foreign, but not too foreign. They speak English and live up to the reputation for friendliness. Within Ireland, Maynooth has the national reputation for being the friendliest, most welcoming campus, with the strongest sense of community. Here's a map of campus! You may want to start familiarizing yourself with the names of buildings. In a few months, you could be having classes there.

Enrollment for this program will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Maynooth has capacity to accept 30 students into this program. We will, therefore, accept the first 30 applicants with completed applications. For more details on costs, inclusions, and payment schedules, go to the "Money Matters" section of this website.

Orientation will take place online and those dates will be released soon.

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Enrollment Process

Students will be able to enroll in this program once their UNCW spring-admit deposit of $100 has been paid. Deposited students will receive an email with instructions on how to access the enrollment application checklist for the UNCW @ Maynooth study abroad program for the FYSA students