TU Dublin welcomes applications from students applying with high-school qualifications from a European Union or European Free Trade Association country. EU applicants must meet the same minimum entry requirements as Irish school-leavers.
Applications from citizens of the European Union are made through the Central Applications Office (www.cao.ie). The CAO processes applications for undergraduate courses in Irish Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). Decisions on admissions to undergraduate courses are made by the HEIs who instruct CAO to make offers to successful candidates.
Admission is competitive and is based on a points system. When applying submit details of your previous studies. Using this information the university will calculate a points score for you based on your results. Information on how the entry requirements equate to the school-leaving qualifications from your country, is available on the Agreed entry requirements criteria for EU/EFTA applicants.
You will be required to meet certain minimum entry requirements which are available on the individual course pages.
If English is not your first language, you’ll need a good degree of fluency in both written and oral English and may be required to provide evidence of English language proficiency. You can find out more about the English language qualifications we accept here.
Prospective students can choose from a wide range of courses – from Business, Law, Engineering, Sciences, Creative and Performing Arts, Hospitality and Food, to Environmental Health, Human Nutrition, Optometry, Architecture, Planning and Construction.