Universities are rapidly internationalising in today’s globalising world and the need to respond to this growth in Ireland as an English speaking country has become only more significant during the past few years with the launch of new plans by Higher Education Authority (i.e. National Strategy for Higher Education to 2030)1. Additionally, current debates on campus diversity and internationalisation of higher education include a need to understand and accommodate Muslim students in western campuses. With that in mind, this project aims to explore the experiences of international Muslim students in an Irish university. The study employs a grounded theory approach with use of semi-structured, in-depth interviews and draws upon the existing body of research exploring the experiences of Muslim university students on campus (Ali, S. R., & Bagheri, E. 2009, Asmar, C., Proude, E., & Inge, L. 2004, Cole, D., Ahmadi, S. 2003, Hopkins, P. 2011).