The International Office provides various letters of support that you may need throughout your academic year as an International (Non EU) Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Study Abroad or Exchange/Erasmus student.
Please allow at least two working days for your letter to be produced. Letters can be collected from the International Office on the DCU All Hallows Campus (bring your student card as identification), posted to your home address or sent by email (scanned letters containing significant personal data will be sent encrypted).
Student Confirmation Letters can be posted and used as official PROOF OF ADDRESS if you have no other other proof, but please ensure that your current address in Dublin is updated on your My Details via DCU Apps.
- INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CONFIRMATION LETTER:
- This letter can be used to register with INIS, to apply to Embassies for travel permission, to open a Student Bank Account, to apply for a PPS number, or if general confirmation is needed that you are a registered full-time student with DCU.
- If this letter is being used for INIS, please note that the validity is only 7 DAYS. Please do not order the letter more than 7 days before your INIS appointment.
- If you need more information on registering with INIS please read here.
- If you require this letter to open a Student Bank Account, we are required to add your date of birth, and so will send encrypted if you request it to be sent by email.
- If you require official proof of address, i.e for oening a Bank Account or applying for a PPS number, we can post this letter to you.
- If you need more information on applying for a PPS number please read here.
- Completion of Programme Letter:
- Request this letter if you have successfully completed a full-time Undergraduate or Postgraduate programme at DCU and are now eligible to apply for the Third Level Graduate Working Scheme.
- Please find more information on the Graduate Scheme
- Graduation Visa Invitation Letter:
- Request this letter for up to two guests who will attend your graduation ceremony at DCU and who will need to apply for a visa.
- The letter should be submitted to the Irish Embassy to support a Visa application. Please contact the relevant Embassy for further details on visa applications.
Comment Box: If you have any special requests, please submit the details in our comment box.
Please note: We do not issue letters related to fees to current students. If you need a receipt of payment or a copy of an invoice please contact email@example.com