Grants/Funding and other Financial Matters
EU-Nationals attending full-time Higher Certificate, Ordinary Degree or Honours Degree courses will not normally be required to pay any tuition fees. EU-Nationals, who are repeating a full year of study, must pay tuition fees. The rates of fees are determined by the Department of Education and Science each year. Students may also be liable for fees if they already hold full or part of a qualification for a course similar to the programme for which they are now studying.
Non-EU nationals attending full time undergraduate courses must pay fees. Fees for all undergraduate courses in the academic year 2020/21 are available from the International Office https://www.ittralee.ie/en/InformationFor/International/NonEUStudents/TuitionFees/
Further details on all tuition fees applicable are available on request from the Admissions Office: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
REFUND OF FEES
To find out if you can apply for a refund of fees (full or partial), please refer to the Rights and Responsibility Section B 1.5
OTHER STUDENT FUNDING
Students experiencing financial hardship can seek a bursary from the ESF Student Assistance Fund or a short-term loan from the MTU Kerry Campus Benevolent Fund. These funds are administered on a strictly confidential basis by the Chaplain and the Access Office. It is possible to obtain financial support to help you overcome problems that may be causing academic or personal difficulties. If you are experiencing difficulty sourcing or managing finance you should contact the Access Office or the Chaplain . You are further advised to think very carefully before taking up part-time work as a means of supplementing your funds, because this may affect your attendance or performance at lectures, study, continuous assessment and examinations.