Considering Withdrawing from your TU Dublin Programme
TU Dublin recognises that for a variety of reasons a student may need to withdraw from their programme.
If students are having second thoughts about their chosen career path it is very important to reflect on their motivations and the reasons for their initial choices.
We have a number of services available to assist you with your decision:
- Academic Staff
- Admissions Staff
- Career Development Centres
- Financial Aid/Student Fees
- Students Union
If a student is considering withdrawing they should contact their Course Co-Ordinator/Year Tutor to discuss withdrawing in the first instance.
If a student decides to Withdraw
- Complete a Withdrawal Form online for their relevant Campus.
- Inform the funding agency/sponsor that they have withdrawn e.g. SUSI / Skillsnet.
Students remain liable for fees up until the date on which they formally submit a Withdrawal Form online. For fee purposes the date of withdrawal will be considered the date by which the completed form is submitted online.
- Students who withdraw before 31st October no fees due. However, the date of withdrawal may impact the level of a SUSI grant in the future.
- Students who withdraw between 1st November and 31st January are liable for 50% Student Contribution fee and 50% Tuition Fee if applicable.
- Students who withdraw after 31st January are liable for 100% Student Contribution fee and 100% Tuition fee if applicable.
- Students who withdraw before 31st October are liable for Programme Acceptance Fee.
- Students who withdraw between 1st November and 31st January are liable for 50% programme fee.
- Students who withdraw after 31st January are liable for 100% programme fee.
What happens next
Once a student has submitted a completed Withdrawal Form online it will then be processed by the Registration Office.