Welcome to IT Sligo! Discover the information, guidance and support available to international students during Induction January 2022
Registration & Student Cards
Registration is how you become an official IT Sligo student.
You must register before you can access your student account and begin your classes.
International students will receive an email from the Admissions Department on the 10th January 2022.
This will provide a link to the registration portal and instructions on how to register.
Please see our Information Guide for further details
To complete important tasks, you may require a letter confirming that you are a regsitered student of IT Sligo.
You can request a letter online
You may have other documentation that needs to be completed by IT Sligo. (e.g. Erasmus+ Forms)
Please send a scanned copy to email@example.com
The form will be completed and returned to you by email.
To get your student record you must:
- Upload a photo
- Add your address in Ireland to your student record
Guidance and instructions on how to complete this is available online here (Please note: the ‘pin’ can be located in your registration email)
Student cards will then be posted to the address on your student record.
Email & Moodle
Your email and Moodle accounts will only be accesible after you have registered.
You must wait 24 hours after registering to access your Moodle account.
Email can be accessed via the Student Portal
Username: Your student email address is your Student ID Number followed by @mail.itsligo.ie (e.g. S12345678@nullmail.itsligo.ie)
Password: If you are a new student to IT Sligo and this is your first time to login, your password will be your date of birth in the format DDMMYYYY e.g. if your date of birth is 25/01/1999 then your password will be 25011999.
Timetables & Elective Modules
The Academic Calendar provides all of the important dates for the semester.
This includes the examination and holiday periods.
It is available online here.
If your course has elective modules (classes), you will be asked to select which module (class) you wish to study.
You will be provided with further information about elective modules during the Information Session on the 14th January.
Bank Accounts, Immigration and Sim Cards
As an International student there may be other activites that you will need to complete at the beginning of your academic studies.
This can include opening a bank account, ordering an Irish sim and registering with immigration.
All students from countries outside the EU/EEA must register with immigration after arriving in Ireland if they will be studying in Ireland for more than 90 days.
You will need to make an appointment at the local registration office and bring the correct supporting documentation and fee.
Learn more in our information guide
Help and Support
Send a scanned copy of the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Documents will be completed and returned to you by email.