FAQ

When do students register for the Programme at the beginning of each academic year?

Students not attending NUI Maynooth for their first year of study will register remotely during early September. You will receive an email from NUIM Student Records office with details of remote registration procedures. All Students must register in person at the university at which they will study. This is typically during orientation week. You should bring ORIGINALS of all the document you scanned to PAC with you to registration along with your letter of offer. Please consult with your course co-ordinator regarding module choices during orientation week.

How do I contact other students starting the course in September?

Join the mailing list - desem at list.nuim.ie. This is an informal mailing list which may be used to communicate with other students who are travelling to Ireland, Scotland or France to participate in the MSc in Dependable Software Systems in September.

Please note that the mailing list is moderated and may only be used for discussing the practicalities (travel, accommodation etc) associated with participation in your new Programme. All course related queries should be sent to the relevant course coordinator as listed on erasmusmundus.ie/

What documents do I need to bring to registration?

• Passport/National Identity Card
• Marriage Certificate(State Version)for students wishing to register in their married names.
• Letter of acceptance from NUIM
• List of course modules and course codes (numbers) that you wish to register to study at NUIM.
(Access the NUIM course finder at www.nuim.ie/courses, for module descriptions and timetable information)
• International students registering for a full post-graduate degree must bring official transcripts of their undergraduate degree.

Can I change modules?

At NUIM students will have a period of two weeks after registration to add, change, or drop modules. In this time, it is advisable that students attend several different lectures to decide if they have made the right choices. This time allows students to sit in on a variety of lectures and not miss out on important notes. Students wishing to change modules should then return to the Records Office in Humanity House with the new list of complete modules. It is the responsibility of each student to ensure that his/her modules are recorded correctly.

When do I pay fees?

When accepted onto a course by the University ALL new incoming students will receive a Bank Giro payment form through the post. This Bank Giro will enable students to pay their fees through any Bank if they so wish OR students also have the option to call into the Fees & Grants Office with the relevant payment (quoting their current and correct student number).

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