How to Apply

Applications will be accepted from Tuesday 19th March for the coming academic year – September 2019-20.

Prospectus and application form will be available online.  Prospective learners are welcome to our Open Morning on Tuesday May 27th 2019:  10.00 – 12 midday.

APPLICATION  STAGES:
1. MARCH – The first step is to apply or register your interest.
2. MAY – open morning – an opportunity to visit the college.
Application fee €20 payable online through www.way2pay.ie A text message will issue to the relevant link.
Applicants will be called for interview at the end of May.  If you apply after May, you will be called for interview in September.
    Garda Vetting forms issued at interview and must be returned to the college for processing.
    Place offered  shortly after interview.
3. JUNE/JULY – Check if you are eligible for a Grant on wwww.studentfinance.ie or www.susi.ie.
The college continues to take applications and queries throughout the summer months.
4. AUGUST – Final round of interviews are held and remaining places will be offered at the end of August and beginning of September.
5. SEPTEMBER – Registration will take place mid-Sept. Fees are payable on www.way2pay.ie.
If Grant, BTE or Med card are not available at registration, then all fees must be paid and can be reclaimed.
Classes start Mid-September – dates will be confirmed at interview.
6. OCTOBER- If you are an Accounting Technicians student, you must apply and register with Accounting Technicians Ireland before the end of October.  See www.accountingtechniciansireland.ie for their key dates.

Non-eu nationals

Non-EU Nationals please see www.icosirl.ie. If you do not meet the exemption requirements, you are liable for a full tuition fee of €3,653 (subject to change) as per instruction of the Department of Education and Skills. The College Registration and Exam Fees are also payable. The tuition fee is non-refundable. A non-EU national is not liable for the PLC Government Fee.

 

Interviews

Interviews are an opportunity to discuss your learning needs and the programme you are applying for and to address any queries you may have.  The key question is “why have you applied for this course?”.  It is useful to have some research done on the career/further education options for your chosen programme.

Interviews will be held in May and places will be offered at that stage. Please allow time for your application to be processed.

Further interview will be held in late August and into September to fill any remaining places.  Therefore early application is advisable.

garda vetting

All learners are garda vetted to access the college facilities.  Garda Vetting forms are only issued at interview and must be sent through the college for processing.  It is useful if you have a list of all addresses you lived at from birth to present, so that the form can be sent for processing on the day of interview.  It can take weeks for it to be processed.  Garda Vetting may also be required before commencing work experience.

for further information

Ennis College of Further Education
Ennis, Co. Clare
Telephone 065-6829432
Facsimile 065-6840655
Email contact click here

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