In emerald Ireland, just outside of Dublin, there lies the country’s second-oldest and fastest growing university, the National University of Ireland Maynooth. The school’s town location and its relatively small size give off a “community atmosphere,” and “modern and up-to-date” facilities and a “beautiful campus” make it “a nice environment to study in” with a “great history” to back it up. “The academic standard at Maynooth is impeccable, with lecturers, lecture halls, tutors, and labs of the finest stature,” says a science major. There’s a wide selection of classes available at Maynooth, and course content “is generally wellexplained, with tutorials and support centers available.”
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