Add On/Advanced Entry/Transfer Programmes FAQ
ADD ON’S FAQ’S - Scroll down this page and hopefully we can answer your question.
I want to apply for more than one programme. Is this possible?
Yes. You must complete the process for the first programme and then go back to the beginning and begin the process again. It is important to complete all sections of the process and then print off the ‘receipt of application page’ at the end of the process. Go to www.applyittdublin.ie to begin the process.
How do I know that my application has been correctly submitted?
When you click on the ‘application is complete’ button the ‘receipt of application page’ appears. There is no need to make a further application for this programme.
When is the closing date?
The closing date for receipt of applications is generally around the middle of June each year. However, the systems open later in June and late applications may be considered.
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I am still having difficulty with part of the application process. Who can I contact?
Business - Marian Maguire 01 404 2333 firstname.lastname@example.org
Science/Comp Philippa Murray 01 404 2436 email@example.com
Engineering - Deborah Murphy 01 404 2500 firstname.lastname@example.org
General queries - 01 4042162 Ceila.Lynch@ittdublin.ie
What happens after I have completed the application process?
The Head of Department will assess all applicants. Once your application has been processed you will receive an email informing you of their decision. If you applied before the closing date in June will be notified of the decision by email in early July. If you apply after the first closing date in June your application will not be dealt with until early September. For students who are repeating examinations in August you will be notified as soon as the repeat exam results have been released.
What happens after I accept my offer?
On receipt of your acceptance, the Registrar’s Office will issue you a registration pack. This will contain a registration form and instructions on how to pay your fees online. onlinepayments1
The registration form must be signed and returned to the Registrar’s Office by the due date.
When do I become officially registered?
On receipt of a signed registration form, the staff in the Registrar’s Office will officially register you for the academic year if your fees have been paid in full. If you return your registration form without payment you will be temporary registered. If you are in receipt of a grant will be fully registered when we receive official notification that you have been awarded the grant.
I am a current ITT Dublin student so when can I expect to receive my student ID card for the new academic year?
Student ID cards for current students will be available for collection in the week that classes start back. It is important to keep an eye on the various notice boards throughout the College for collection points. It is vitally important that you collect your student card as soon as they become available. It is a requirement that you have a current student ID card when sitting College examinations.
I have never studied in ITT Dublin before so how do I get my student card?
Arrangements are made by the staff in the Registrar’s Office, room 120, to take photographs and issue new students with ID cards. It is important that you avail of this facility on the dates indicated on the noticeboards throughout the Institute. Your student ID card is required for accessing various facilities throughout the College. It is also a requirement that you have a current student ID card when sitting College examinations.