Non EU Students
The International Office at ITT Dublin offers a warm welcome to our International partners from Nanjing, Shanghai and Hong Kong in China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Canada, South Africa, Brazil, United States of America and Europe.
Currently ITT Dublin does not accept direct applications for 1st year entry into its undergraduate programmes.
International students who wish to apply for 1st year on our undergraduate programmes should apply directly through The Central Applications Office www.cao.ie
It is a student’s responsibility to ensure that s/he obtains and maintains a valid passport and student visa to enter Ireland for study purposes.
Some international students do not require a visa to study in Ireland. A list of countries whose citizens do not require visas to enter Ireland can be found at www.inis.gov.ie . Citizens from countries not appearing on this list will be required to obtain a student visa to study in Ireland.
Full Degree undergraduate and postgraduate students must be enrolled on a full-time course of study in order to obtain a study visa and comply with Irish immigration regulations. Information regarding visa applications can be obtained on the website of the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Services at www.inis.gov.ie
All students from outside the EU/EEA (European Economic Area) must register in person with the Garda National Immigration Bureau (GNIB). It is advisable to visit http://www.garda.ie/controller.aspx?page=31 for up-to-date information.
- For information on visa requirements please consult www.irlgov.ie/iveagh
English Language Requirement
All students applying to ITT Dublin from our International partners whose first language is not English, must provide supporting documentary evidence of their competence in English. ITT Dublin recognises IELTS Academic Version with an overall score of 6.0. For further information contact the ITT Dublin International Office, Email: email@example.com
For information on Non EU Student fees :
Non-EU International Office
Alison Rooney, International Marketing Officer
ph: + 353 1 404 2016
The International Office strives to encourage vision and quality in the Institute’s international activity by disseminating information on opportunities for students to study abroad, to promote partnerships with industrial, social, cultural and educational institutions outside the European Union. It provides support to international students on campus and seeks to develop an international outlook among students and staff.
- European Programmes Website - http://www.eurireland.ie/
Have you been nominated to study at ITT Dublin by your home university? Has your university already sent your name and details to our International Office?
If you answered “NO” or “I DON’T KNOW” to these questions, please check with the International Office of your university BEFORE contacting us.
Administrator: David Irwin, LLB MA DPhil ACI Arb
Co-ordinator: Tara McKiernan BA MPhil
Secretariat: Marian Maguire Tel: +353 1 404 2333
Please view our EBrochure
- Select here to view a video about visiting Dublin
- Master Programmes 2012 - Prospectus
- International Students - Handbook
- Fee payment - https://it-tallaght.studentfees.com