The college comprises of two associated grounds: a more seasoned southern grounds, with nineteenth century structures, imparted to St Patrick's College, and, over an open street, a cutting edge northern grounds, involving around 100 sections of land (0.40 km2)
With more than 13,000 understudies selected, and more than 900 staff from more than 20 distinct nations, it is Ireland's littlest, yet quickest developing, college.
Admission to undergrad study for European Union school-leavers is commonly taken care of by the CAO (Central Applications Office), and not by MU. Candidates need to go after college puts exclusively based on the aftereffects of their school leaving tests. Spots are granted in mid-August consistently by the CAO in the wake of coordinating the quantity of spots accessible to the scholarly accomplishments of the candidates. Capabilities are estimated as "focuses", with explicit scales for the Irish Leaving Certificate, and all other European Union school leaving results, for example, the UK GCE A-level, the International Baccalaureate alongside other national school leaving tests.
There are four distinct corridors of home accessible on grounds, situated in the North Campus. These are: Rye Hall, Village, River and the Courtyard Apartment Complex. In River there is an Irish language convenience; A Ghráig. The entirety of the condos are open arrangement with a completely prepared kitchen including microwave, stove, ice chest and pot  Prices right now run from €2,660 every year for a bunk space to €5,700 per year for a solitary live with an ensuite bathroom.Maynooth University additionally offers Short Stay Accommodation for understudies who just require a space for a brief period.
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MU Times: Weekly online magazine. mutimes.ie
College News: Quarterly release
ReSearch: Magazine specifying ebb and flow examine at the college
The Bridge: Biannual graduated class magazine created by the Alumni Association.
The Print: Monthly magazine distributed by the Maynooth Students' Union, highlighting articles, interviews, imaginative works and grounds news
The Golden Thread: Newsletter highlighting publications, remarks and articles on current issues in regards to the law division and the territory of law when all is said in done
The Irish Law Journal: Peer-checked on and understudy altered law diary
Archivium Hibernicum: established in 1911 is a yearly verifiable diary distributed by St. Patrick's College, Maynooth, and the Dept. of Modern History, Maynooth University.