Step 1: Complete the application form

The application form can be completed online when applications open for the academic year. When you apply online you will receive a personal account and ID, this will enable you to view all college correspondence in relation to your application.

Please note, you will be required to update your account with additional information if you are offered a place on a course that you wish to accept.

Step 2: Attend for interview

Applicants will be invited by post for interview at the college and should bring the following when attending:

  1. A copy of Leaving Certificate Results or equivalent (if applicable).
  2. A signed passport sized photograph.
  3. A copy of your birth certificate.
  4. Proof of PPSN.

Interviews are held a number of times per year from Springtime through to course commencement. The interview simply acts to match the applicant against the course in terms of suitability, commitment and expectation.

An offer of a place is contingent on the applicant meeting the entry requirements if the course and satisfactory presentation at interview.

Step 3: Place Offer and Acceptance

Successful applicants will be notified of the offer of a place on a college course by post and by e-mail. To secure this place, applicants must pay the relevant Course Fee before a set date, as indicated in the communication of the offer. You will be required to update the personal account you created on application with additional information if you wish to accept the offer of a place.

Failure to do so may result in the place being forfeited and offered to another applicant.

Step 4: Registration and Induction

Students offered a place on a course will also receive notification of the dates they must attend for registration and induction. All students must attend the college on these designated dates.


Step 5: For Students whose first language is not English

For students whose first language in not English, please refer to the International Students section of the prospectus or website with regard to compulsory English Language Assessment.