Students can choose to pay their fees in one, two or a maximum of three installments over the course of the academic year. For those who choose to pay in three installments, the first installment of their fees, i.e.one third (1/3), must be paid at the point of registration. They must pay the second installment the following January and the remainder of the fees by the end of May. Students from outside of the EU may be required to pay their tuition fees in full before they will be granted a Visa to study in Ireland.
Candidates must pay a non-refundable booking deposit to secure their place on a programme. This deposit will be deducted from the first installment. Students pay their fees online at www.ucd.ie/fees
UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School has agreed flexible student loan rates with AIB. AIB UCD branch staff members have extensive experience providing finance to UCD students.
Phone Cynthia Smith or Georgina Butler on 01 2694499.
For further information please look at AIB financing information
Local Authority Grant: You may be eligible for a local authority grant. Click here for further details: Department of Education and Science. Qualification is subject to means, age, academic attainment and residence.
Mature Student Grant scheme: You may qualify if you are over 23 years of age and live independently of your parents’ home. Contact your local authority for more information.
Tax relief: You can apply to the Revenue Commissioners for tax relief on your tuition fees. Click here for further details: Revenue Commissioners.
You may be eligible for a US Federal Loan from the Department of Education or you can take out a private education loan from a bank in the US. To obtain information about Federal Loans please see http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/. Please also review (attach pdf)
Canadian students can apply for a loan from the Canadian Student Loan Program. Click here for further details: CanLearn .Students may also be able to take out a private loan from the Canadian Higher Education Loan Program. Application forms are available from www.iefc.com and www.internationalstudentloan.com
The Irish Department of Foreign Affairs, under the aegis of its Development Cooperation Ireland (DCI) Programme, offers annual funding to selected nationals from certain developing countries for post-graduate academic programmes in Irish third level institutions. Please consult the DCI website: http://www.dci.gov.ie/
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