Course Charges

Details of Course Charges for 2015-16

QQI Courses

All FETAC Courses      €460 - includes QQI Assessment and Certification and €200 Government Charge

BTEC Higher National Diploma Courses

HND Business / Marketing / Finance Year 1 €650 - includes BTEC Assessment and Certification and new Government Charge of €200

HND Business /Marketing Year 2 Courses         €460 – includes Government Charge of €200

HND Media Year 1 €650 - includes BTEC Assessment and Certification and €200 Government Charge.

HND Media Year 2 €460 – includes Government Charge €200

PROFESSIONAL COURSE FEES

ACCA/CAT - Professional Accounting (€460, includes Government Charge of €200)

AC1/2 - Accounting Technician (€460, includes Government Charge of €200)

Please note:  Registration and Examination Fees are not included in the ACCA and IATI fees:  Details of these fees will be issued by Course Tutors at interview.

DPR - Diploma in Public Relations (€1,150, includes Government Charge of €200)

Also includes Assessment, Accreditation and Examination Fees paid by the college to the Public Relations Institute of Ireland.

Repeat Leaving Certificate Course:           

€300 - this does not include Leaving Certificate Entry Fee payable to the State Examinations Commission in February/March 2016

€173 - Medical Card Fee for Repeat Leaving Certificate applicants

International Student fees inclusive of Government Charge of €200         

€4114 - QQI and Professional courses

€4304 - BTEC Yr 1

€4114 - BTEC Yr 2

International students from Non EU countries are required to pay the full economic fee, which is set by the Department of Education and Skills. For 2014/15 this is €3654 plus the college course fee of €460 QQI or €650 BTEC (1st Year)

Government Charge of €200

In the December 2010 budget the Government imposed a charge of €200 on all students enrolling on Post Leaving Certificate Courses .  This fee will have to be collected by the college and passed to the state. The charge of €200 is in addition to our course charges which remain unchanged.

  • Full payment of fees is a requirement when a course offer is accepted and prior to registration and commencement of courses in early September (payment dates for confirmed offers are June and July 2015 and for provisional offers are August 2015).
  • Due to pressure of places we cannot reserve places for reasons of non-payment of fees.
  • There is no deposit required.

PLEASE NOTE ALL COURSE CHARGES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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