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Fees and Funding

Tuition Fees

Non-European Union nationals attending a full-time programme at the University are normally required to pay international fees (includes tuition fees, examination fees and registration fees).

Fees are set annually and is subject to change. Some specialised or extended courses may reflect a different fee.  Please see respective course web page for fees information. If you have any queries, please contact our International Office.

Applicants are required to pay a minimum of 50% (or €6000, whichever is greater) of the years tuition fee to guarantee their place on the programme.  The remainder can be paid in installments but must be paid in full before the end of January (for September start programmes) or the end of May (January Start programmes).

Fee Categories and Assessment

While you may be a Non-EU applicant, you could be entitled to EU fees. To determine if you meet the criteria for EU or the free fee scheme, please get in touch with our International Office.

Health Insurance

All International (Non-EU/EEA) Students registering with TU Dublin for the first time from September 2020 will need to purchase their own private medical health insurance as required by the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Services (INIS).

Full details of the INIS requirements in relation to private medical insurance can be found in the below document  (please read this document carefully to familiarise yourself with their requirements as they may change occasionally).

Private Medical Insurance for full-time Non-EEA Students 

TU Dublin does not currently provide a Group Medical Insurance Scheme and all students coming to and residing in Ireland for the purpose of study will need to purchase medical health insurance or travel insurance in the case of 1st year of entry students (see above link for details).

Options for Private Medical Insurance

  • Purchase health or travel insurance in your home country (1st year option only):
    • Please note insurance purchased in your own country must include cover for repatriation
    • You will also need to ensure that it is valid in Ireland and in any other countries you plan to travel to during your studies. (Please note: It is the responsibility of the Student to provide evidence of medical insurance in English as students may not be registered by the Immigration Authorities).
  • Purchase health insurance from providers operating in Ireland that include repatriation: 

Please note that all insurance policies will have different levels of cover and students should ensure that they purchase a level of insurance to cover their specific health needs and requirements for the duration of your studies. Please also note that pre-existing conditions are generally not covered on insurance policies.

This information is for guidance purposes only and does not constitute an agreement or recommendation on the part of the University of any particular insurance policy or provider.

See - Fee Policy for Non-EU Applicants