IT Sligo
Dublin City University
Maynooth University
TU Dublin

IT Sligo

Teaching for the current semester is delivered fully online.
The next main intake has been moved back to 28 September 2020. There is pre-sessional English offered online over the summer.
There is pre-sessional English offered online over the summer. Students now have the opportunity to start “Online Onshore” for the Fall intake. Come to Ireland on time for the start of the semester, study mostly online but with limited access to campus. A mix of on-line and in-person / face-to-face delivery is likely to be employed by the Institute with priority for on-campus delivery going to programmes with applied components such as labs, studios and other hands-on simulations.
Yes. Please contact your local EduCo representative to place this request.
IT Sligo knows that many students may encounter problems and delays in obtaining official results and documentation relating to their studies. We will try to be as flexible as possible for students in these situations when processing applications. If students have completed their program of study, but have not received their official results, they should provide their provisional results as part of their application. IT Sligo will consider issuing full offers even where attested transcripts are unavailable.
Currently no.
Yes, the cost is the same.
Students can pay in two installments: 1st = €6,500 or 50%, whichever is higher 2nd = Balance paid before the 2nd semester
The refund policy remains the same. For more details, check here.
Yes. Ireland's borders are open and most embassies and visa offices are now open around the world to process student visas.
ITS’ online option is only for students who have arrived to Ireland. Therefore, the visa is required.
Click here for a complete list.
Yes. Agents’ commission structure will follow the normal process and requirements.

Dublin City University

Teaching for the current semester is delivered fully online.
The next main intake has been pushed back 3 weeks to 5 October, 2020. The Summer Bridging Program will be delivered online. There are no other summer intakes.
The Summer Bridging Program will be delivered online. There are no other summer intakes. For the Fall intake (classes start 5 October), the first semester will be delivered online. DCU has confirmed that a selection of Direct Entry postgraduate and undergraduate programs will be delivered “On Time, Online”. Students will study the first Fall semester online either in Dublin or at home.  Wherever you choose to study you'll still need a visa before the start of your course. Full post-study work rights will still apply. The Undergraduate and Postgraduate International Foundation Programmes will also be available online either in Dublin or at home for the first semester, commencing 5 October, 2020. On-campus delivery will commence in January 2021. Full post-study work rights will still apply.
Yes. The January 2021 intake will be available for International Foundation Program (Undergraduate & Postgraduate) and MEng in Electronic and Computer Engineering students. For all other programs, students will defer to September 2021.
Where possible, DCU will assess applications and make conditional offers based on provisional/unattested results. However, students will have to present originals to move to full offers. Applicants will need to demonstrate the following to get the conditional offer: (1) Have completed their entire qualification/program of study and completed all necessary exams/assessments (2) Be able to provide results for all years, semesters, modules, etc (as would be typically required).
Yes. Students with offers for eligible Master’s degrees will study online for the first semester, commencing 5 October, 2020. See list of programs here. Most Bachelor's degrees will also be available to study online from home. The Undergraduate and Postgraduate International Foundation Programmes will also be available online for the first semester, commencing 5 October, 2020.
Course fees are the same however there is a €1,000 discount for applicants paying 60% of first year tuition fee before 1st July. €500 discount after 1st July.
Students are required to pay the €500 deposit, then 60% of the first year fee, with the 40% payable before the 2nd semester.
The refund policy remains the same. Read about it here.
Yes. Ireland's borders are open and most embassies and visa offices are now open around the world to process student visas.
Students are required to apply for a visa as normal.
Click here for a complete list.
Yes. Agents’ commission structure will follow the normal process and requirements.

Maynooth University

Teaching for the current semester is delivered fully online.
The next intake will be in July 2020 for the Bridging program and September 2020 for all other programs.
The Summer Bridging Program will be delivered online. There will be no other Summer intakes. There are no Fall intake updates at this time, but Maynooth University will be releasing an announcement about it soon. Please check back for updates.
Yes. Please contact your local EduCo representative to place this request.
Where possible, Maynooth University will assess applications and make conditional offers based on provisional/unattested results. However, students will have to present originals to move to full offers. Applicants will need to demonstrate the following to get the conditional offer: (1) Have completed their entire qualification/program of study and completed all necessary exams/assessments. (2) Be able to provide results for all years, semesters, modules, etc (as would be typically required).
To be confirmed, please check back for updates.
To be confirmed, please check back for updates.
Students must pay the €200 deposit, then the full first year fee.
The refund policy remains the same. Find out more about it here.
Yes. Ireland's borders are open and most embassies and visa offices are now open around the world to process student visas.
Students are required to apply for a Visa as normal.
Click here for a complete list.

TU Dublin

Teaching for the current semester is delivered fully online.
TUD has officially moved the Fall intake date to 21 September 2020. TU Dublin Bridging  (TU299 & TU300) will be delivered online from 6th July to 28th August this year.
The Summer Bridging Program will be delivered online. There will be no other Summer intakes. Students now have the opportunity to start “Online Onshore” for the Fall intake. Come to Ireland on time for the start of the semester, study mostly online but with limited access to campus. Subject to advice from the government, there is likely to be a requirement to maintain social distancing, which will result in the need for some blended learning (online and traditional classes).
Yes. Please contact your local EduCo representative to place this request.
Where possible, TU Dublin will assess applications and make conditional offers based on provisional/unattested results. However, students will have to present originals to move to full offers. Applicants will need to demonstrate the following to get the conditional offer: (1) Have completed their entire qualification/program of study and completed all necessary exams/assessments. (2) Be able to provide results for all years, semesters, modules, etc (as would be typically required).
Currently no.
Yes. It is the same cost however, students progressing from the summer bridging programme will receive a €700 discount on their destination degree.
Students can pay in two installments: 1st = €6,500 or 50%, whichever is higher 2nd = Balance paid before the 2nd semester
The refund policy remains the same. Learn more about it here.
Yes. Ireland's borders are open and most embassies and visa offices are now open around the world to process student visas.
TUD’s “Online Onshore” option is only for students who have arrived to Ireland. Therefore, the visa is required.
Click here for a complete list.
Yes. Agents’ commission structure will follow the normal process and requirements.