Life outside the classroom is an important part of a Maynooth Education and you can learn plenty by challenging yourself against your peers on the sports field or the gaming table. We have presentations and videos below for you to see what’s available.
Clubs and Societies are already preparing for the return to university life later this month. There are currently over 100 clubs and societies – something for everyone, no matter who you are or what your tastes, there will be a club/society to suit you. From developing existing skills, trying something different and making new friends, joining a club or society is one of the best things you can do. Clubs and Societies are student run and are a vital part of the student experience here in Maynooth University.
MSU – Maynooth Student’s Union
The MSU Student Centre is a whole building dedicated to you- the student! You will find the Your Space Common Room, SU Bar, and SU Venue here along with a host of services just for you in our Front Office. We also run several services that enhance the student experience including an entertainment programme, meeting rooms for student groups, and a student-friendly shop (Londis) in the John Hume Building.
MSU will be hosting a schedule of activities that will look to welcome you to Maynooth. MSU will help you get to know the campus before you arrive and provide you with the information and support you need to settle in on campus. Come and find out what we’re about and how you can join.
Recognising & Rewarding our Students
Whilst at MU, you are gaining skills from every area of your life. The Maynooth University Student Experience (MUSE) Awards recognise and reward your contribution to non-credit bearing activities such as work experience, volunteering, club and society involvement, student representation and lots more! As well as being a fantastic addition to your CV, this Award will help you to articulate the skills you develop on your journey towards becoming a distinctive Maynooth student and future graduate.
“My participation with the Union was the highlight of my college experience. Last year I was President of a Society. This allowed me to get elected as a voice for societies on our Student Senate, which in turn inspired me to run to be MSU President. “
Kelly Rennick, MSU President 2020/21
Talk to us
Between the 13th and 17th of September we will be hosting Live Webinars for the various subject choices open to students as well as a Live Q&A prior to registration. Join us and ask our staff anything that’s on your mind about our Arts or Science degrees or any of our courses. Our Departments will be online to help!