The highlight of my time in Maynooth was the fantastic support from the staff and fellow students. There was never a time I felt I couldn't approach the staff in the Engineering Department for help.
I went to Morocco with the University's surf club not knowing very well any of the other students going but I ended up making amazing friends along the way.
MU Surf Club
The atmosphere on the campus is unlike any other; everyone is extraordinarily friendly, welcoming and supportive of one another.
Maynooth University has influenced my life by showing me that I want to pursue a career in the bio-medical technology sector. It also instilled a sense of academic confidence in me that I did have not before.
I would advise them to go for it! It's a great experience with so many opportunities available afterwards.
During my undergraduate degree, I worked for the Electric Supply Board (ESB) for 6 months as an intern. I am currently studying for a Masters of Electronic Engineering, specializing in healthcare technologies.
Visiting hospitals and being inspired by patients and their needs to work in the bio-technology sector
I am currently a postgraduate student.
I find the vastness of the bio-medical sector to be the most interesting. Electronics used in conjunction with medical treatment will continue to grow and improve, and it's something I'm really excited to be involved in.