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UK students future Fees Status - dated 23/03/17

 

Existing enrolled UK students will retain an EU Fee status and/or entitlement to 'Free Fees' funding, if they were assessed with this status, for the duration of their current degree programme.  This includes UK students that registered on a DCU programme during the academic year 2016-17.

UK students starting a programme in the 2017-18 academic year, and who are entitled to funding under the current regulations of the 'Free Fees'  scheme (UG students only)  or to an EU fee status, will retain this status for the duration of their programme.

 

 

 

4th July 2016

 

DCU have just introduced a student fees easypay telephone number (01/2530219) on which all payments  relating to student payments can be made.

The relevant information needed is the student ID number, date of birth, and credit card number.  Third party payments can also be made through this option. 

See below the link for the Fees Information schedule for 2016-17.

 

Fees booklet (www.dcu.ie/fees/fee_booklet.2016-17.shtml)

 

Fees Information Flyer


 

 28th June 2016

 

 Statement from Irish Universities about UK students and Fees

In the period of uncertainity following the recent UK referendum to leave the European Union, the Irish Universities collectively wish to reassure all UK students currently enrolled in an Irish University that they will continue to enjoy the same conditions as other EU students regarding fees and contributions, for the duration of their degree.

 The Irish Universities also confirm that UK applicants planning to enter an Irish university in 2016 will likewise enjoy these same conditions as other EU students for the duration of their degree.

 As previously announced, UK applicants to Irish Universities in 2016 and following years will benefit from a revised model for converting A-Level grades to Leaving Certificate points.

 In the context of Brexit, the Irish universities wish to reaffirm their desire to encourage student mobility between the UK and the Republic of Ireland and particularly with Northern Ireland.

 

 Student Fees Booklet 2016-17

The fees for the academic year 2016-17 have now been set and can be viewed at the following link

http://www.dcu.ie/fees/index.shtml

 

 NOTIFICATION FROM SUSI:

 

SUSI will open its student application system for 2016/17 on Tuesday 5th April, for both new and continuing students.

Information on grant eligibility and how to apply is available at www.susi.ie  

Before making an application students are encouraged to refer to the eligibility reckoner which is povided by SUSI to  assist students in deciding whether they should apply for a student grant.  

It provides a quick indication of eligibility for grant funding based on the answers given to 10 questions without completing and submiting a full online grant application.

www.susi.ie/eligibility-reckoner/

Students are encouaged to apply early

 

 

 Important Notice:

 

Our payments system will be unavailable from Friday 4th December until Monday afternoon of 7th December for system upgrades. Should you wish to make a payment to our account please do so outside of these dates.

 

 30th November 2015

Fee Payment Date:  

 Please note that the second instalment of fees are due by 29th January 2016 a late payment fine of €170 will apply to all late payments.

For all students who have applied for a SUSI grant we have deducted from your account the amount that SUSI are to pay on your behalf,

however please be advised that if SUSI do not pay this amount you will be liable to pay the full amount immediately.

Payments of fees can be made online via the following link:

https://www.dcu.ie/registration/lockedout.shtml

 

Penalties for Non Payment of Fees:

 Penalties for the non payment of fees will be applied to your account if fees are not paid within the deadline payment dates.

https://www.dcu.ie/fees/non-payment-fees.shtml

 

 Receipts:

 Receipts can now be printed online via your student portal page as follows:

- Student fee Menu

- Revenue tax certificate

- Insert required year eg. for 2015/16 academic year insert year 2016 and return

  

Fee Implications - Deferring and withdrawing:

 

Please see the link below:

https:www.dcu.ie/fees/repeat.shtml


 


 

 13th April 2015

 

 Notification from SUSI:

 

SUSI willl open its online grant application system for the 2015/16 academic year on Thursday, 23rd April 2015, two weeks earlier than last year.

Information on grant eligibility and how to apply is available at the SUSI website www.susi.ie

Before making an application, students are encouraged to refer to the http://www.susi.ie/Should-I-apply/General-criteria.aspx. and to use the http://www.susi.ie/Should-I-apply/Eligibility-Reckoner.aspx provided on the SUSI website.

The eligibility reckoner is provided by SUSI to assist students in deciding whether they should apply for a student grant.  It provides  a quick indication of eligibility for grant funding based on the answers given to 10 questions without completing and submitting a full online grant application .  Students are also encouraged to apply early and to note the following tips:

 

- If applying for a course through the CAO, you should tick the SUSI option on your CAO form indicating that you also intend to apply to SUSI for a student grant: this will allow CAO to share details of your course directly with SUSI when you accept a CAO place offer;

 

- you should ensure that your personal details and those of your parents, spouse, etc. are correct so that SUSI can obtain essential data directly from other agencies: incorrect dates of birth or PPSN details will delay the processing of your application.

 

- where there is self-employment income in your household, you should ensure that self-employment tax returns for 2014 are filed as early as possible: your application cannot be decided until SUSI has received copies of the following:  a full set of trading accounts for 2014  and the form of acknowledgement of self-         assessment received from the Revenue Commissioners when tax returns for 2014 are filed.

 

 

 

13th January 2015


The second instalment of your student fees must be paid in total by 30/1/15.

A fine of €170 will be applied to all accounts after this date in addition to a 

financial block of the student account.

 

 

 

18th December 2014

Reminder:

The second instalment of student fees are due on or before 30th January 2015.

Payment can be made via the following link:

https://www.dcu.ie/registration/lockedout.shtml

Non payment of fees will result in a fine of €170 in addition to accounts getting blocked

 

16th June 2014

NEW:  Duplicate receipts can now be printed online via your student portal page.

 

9th June 2014

Reminder:  SUSI is now open for all student renewals please do so immediately to ensure timely payment of your grant for 2014/15

See attached.

 

6th June 2014

Please note that students in financial arrears have had their student accounts blocked until payment is made.  Students will not be able to view their exam results online until such time as their accounts have been settled in full.  

 

16 January 2014

Please note the deadline for paying the second instalment of fees is 31st of January 2014. To pay online please folow this link.

 27 July 2013

Please note the FEES BOOKLET for 2013-2014 is now available here.

24 June 2013

Reminder:  Semester 2 examination results will be published online on 27th June 2013.  It is important to note that currently all accounts with outstanding fees are blocked.  Students with outstanding fees will not be able to view their results online.  To pay your outstanding fees to unblock your account please click here.

06 June 2013

Fees for academic year 2013/14 are now available on the web, please click here for Undergraduate Fees and here for Postgraduate Fees.

24 May 2013

Semester 2 examination results will be published online on the 27th June 2013. It is important to note that currently all accounts with outstanding fees are blocked.  Students with outstanding fees  will not be able to view their examination results online. To pay your outstanding fees to unblock your account please use the following link click here.

23 May 2013

SUSI (Student Universal Support Ireland) are now open to grant applications/Renewals for academic year 2013/2014, closing date is 31 Aug 2013

 For more information contact SUSI on 0761 08 7874, email support@susi.cdvec.ie, facebook.com/susisupport or please visit www.studentfinance.ie

20 May 2013

The undergraduate Student Contribution Fee plus student levy Fee for academic year 2013/2014 has been confirmed at €2,538

15 May 2013

Fees for the ESF funded Skills Programmes have been confirmed for academic year 2013/2014 at €2,750.

14 May 2013

Payment of fees online – Links:

For EU students: Online payment is now available for continuing students via your portal page or through this link:please click here

For International Student Payments please click here