Fees Schedules/Fee Receipts
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Fees Schedules 2021-2022
- Undergraduate Fees 2021/22
- International Undergraduate Fees 2021/22
- Postgraduate Fees College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences 2021-2022
- Postgraduate Fees College of Business and Law 2021-2022
- Postgraduate Fees College of Medicine and Health 2021-2022
- Postgraduate Fees College of Science Engineering and Food Science 2021-2022
Fees Schedules 2020-2021
- Undergraduate Fees 2020/2021
- International UG Fee Schedule 2020/21
- Postgraduate Fees College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences 2020-2021
- COBL PG EU and Non EU Fee Schedule 2020/21
- Postgraduate Fees, College of Medicine and Health 2020-2021
- Postgraduate Fees, College of Science, Engineering and Food Science 2020-2021
Repeat Fee Calculator for Academic Year
* Repeat Fee Costs include the Student Contribution and Capitation Fees
Memo of Understanding (MoU) on the Common Travel Area (CTA) was signed between the Government of Ireland and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in 2019. The MoU acknowledged the importance of education noting that “the CTA affords Irish and British citizens the right of access to all levels of education and training, and associated student support in each other’s State on terms no less favourable than those for citizens of that State”.
In terms of higher education, this means that notwithstanding Brexit, UK students will still be eligible for the same fee structures as Irish Students.
Currently Enrolled Students with UK Nationality
Prospective Students with UK Nationality
UK citizens wishing to enrol in Irish Higher Education Institute will remain eligible on the same basis as Irish students, as per the CTA.
For the Free Fees Initiative, once students meet all other criteria as set out in the Free Fees Initiative:
- Students with UK nationality will continue to be eligible under the nationality criteria of the free fees scheme
- UK residency will continue to contribute towards fulfilling the ordinarily resident criteria of the scheme.
For the most up-to-date information on this topic, please visit the Government of Ireland’s website at: https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/869e17-studying/
Students are now able to print receipts for academic years 2016/17 onwards.
How to access receipts:
- Student Portal
- Fees – drop down menu – last option will show the screen as below:
- If you are looking for a receipt for 2016/2017 academic year, 2017 needs to be typed in, then hit return. If there is no receipt available or no payments made that year the following screen will show:
- If you are looking for a receipt for 2017/2018 academic year, 2018 needs to be typed in as per screen shot below:
- Once you hit return after typing in 2018 and you have made payments in that year, a receipt will show
- You can this print this off for Revenue.
- If you pay in advance for the next academic year, the payment will show in the year you made the payment.
- For undergrads, the academic year is 1 August – 31 July…. Any payments outside those dates, will show in the year of payment.
- If you require receipts for academic years prior to 2016, please send us your query or email email@example.com (please use the subject “Receipts”).