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Applications can be made via PAC.
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•Official academic transcripts and diplomas
•Statement of purpose
•Letters of recommendation (x2) for postgraduate students only
•English proof of proficiency (if required). If your score is pending you may submit your application for review and send your score later.
Applications are accepted between October and July each year.
Full details of International Student Fees on the Student Fees section of the University website here.
Discover our range of undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships and find information on external scholarships here
The details are available here Click on "English Language Requirements" for both undergraduate and postgraduate requirements.
We are pleased to offer a range of pre-sessional English language programmes for students who wish to improve their English language score. Full details are available here:
Information for international education agents can be found here
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WHAT IS RPL?
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is when formal recognition is given for relevant learning already obtained prior to starting on a programme or module. That learning may have been attained in a formal, non-formal and informal experience or context.
Formal Learning refers to learning delivered by education and training providers for which formal certification has been awarded.
Non-Formal Learning is usually acquired through planned activities (such as short courses, workshops or seminars) but does not usually result in a formal award.
Informal Learning takes place through life and work experience and is usually referred to as experiential learning. It generally refers to learning that is unintentional or unplanned where the learner will often be unaware of how a particular experience is contributing to their knowledge and/or skills. Maynooth University can assess your previous learning for two main purposes;
- Programme Admissions may be allowed through the recognition of prior formal, informal and/or experiential learning. Successful applicants are granted access or, in some cases, advanced access to their chosen programme.
- Module Exemptions/Credits may be granted based on prior formal learning at Maynooth University or another institution.
- RPL APPLICATION PROCESS for NON-EU STUDENTS
Begin your application on Postgraduate Admissions Office. (www.pac.ie). As part of the normal PAC application process, you will need to indicate via a tick box that you are interested in submitting an RPL application. Upload the completed RPL form to PAC.ie as part of your online application. Receipt of your application will be acknowledged via the PAC.ie system. Applicants should document the academic courses which you have successfully completed prior to making your application. If you also have relevant experiential learning, please ensure this is also noted on your application form.
Please note that your RPL application will not be formally considered by our Postgraduate Admissions Team until it is submitted via the appropriate channel as outlined above.
Applicants will usually be invited to attend for interview or to submit further evidence of their prior learning.
The RPL process is managed by the Postgraduate Admissions Office. For further information, please visit RPL at Maynooth University or contact RPL by email.