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Important information for CAO applicants

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15/08/2019 14:01:33

 

CAO Points 2019

The listing of the Round One minimum points required for entry to TU Dublin Blanchardstown courses in September 2019, with the 2018 comparison where applicable, is available here

Registration and Orientation

If you have received and accept an offer from TU Dublin Blanchardstown your registration letter will be posted out to you. This registration letter will include the following important information:

a.how to register online and your user ID for logging in
b.how to pay your fees
c.student induction schedule

This information will also be available on our website http://www.itb.ie/CurrentStudents/index.html

Student induction and registration will take place from Monday 9th September to Friday 13th September on campus. Attendance is compulsory.

 

 

Round Three offers

Round Three offers will be available from 6am on Friday 6th September, and the closing date for acceptances is 17:15 on Wednesday 11th September .

If you have any queries relating to acceptance of offers, deferrals, late acceptances or registration please contact the following in the Admissions Office:

Deferrals: Martina Vahey (01) 8851320 martina.vahey@tudublin.ie
General queries: Noeleen Johnson (01) 8851133 noeleen.johnson@tudublin.ie

 

 

Minimum entry requirements

For Level 6/7 courses, Leaving Certificate applicants will require a grade O6/H7 in five subjects; these must include Maths and English or Irish.

For Level 8 courses applicants will require a H5 in any two higher level subjects and a O6/H7 in four other subjects; these subjects must include Maths and English or Irish.

Foundation level mathematics will meet the minimum entry requirement for Non Computing and Engineering courses where a grade F2 or higher is achieved.

If you have failed Mathematics or English you do not meet the minimum entry requirements. However a grade H7 in Leaving Certificate Mathematics at Higher Level counts as a subject towards the five passes for certain courses at TU Dublin Blanchardstown (please refer to the minimum entry requirements specific to each course you have applied). The Mathematics minimum entry requirement for Engineering and Computing courses is a Grade O6.

Fee payment

Information on Fees and Grants is available on our website http://www.itb.ie/CurrentStudents/feesgrantsft.html or on www.studentfinance.ie or www.susi.ie

If you have applied for a Student Grant through SUSI you are not required to make payment at this time pending a decision on your application. You are required to submit your SUSI (W...) Reference number when completing your Online Registration.

If you have received notification that you will receive a Grant for the academic year 2019/2020 you are exempt from paying all or part of the Student Contribution fee of 3,000 euros (depending on the level of your award) and you are required to submit your SUSI (W..) Reference number when completing your Online Registration.

If you are not eligible for a grant the Student Contribution fee maybe paid in three instalments:

25% on Registration (September 2019)
25% on or before 31st October 2019
50% on or before 31st January 2020

 

 

 

What our students say...

Monika Karaliunaite

"Basically the course covers everything to do with digital and online media. I had it as a hobby in sixth year but when I came here I learned so much more."

Monika Karaliunaite,
Creative Digital Media Student

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