This information is for International applicants who are applying to a full time, on-campus programme at IT Sligo and who are eligible for Non-EU Tuition Fees.

Additional information about Fees and Grants is also available online here.

International (Non-EU) Tuition Fees (2021/22) 

The 2021/22 Non-EU Tuition Fees for new IT Sligo students studying on full time programmes are:

  • Foundation / Undergraduate: €10,500 per academic year
  • Postgraduate: €11,500 per academic year.

The deadline to pay your tuition fees will be detailed in your offer letter.

Payment by Instalment 

Applicants can choose to pay their tuition fees in two instalments.

For the 2021/22 Academic Year the instalment payment schedule for Non-EU International tuition fees will be:

  • 1st  instalment of €6,000. This is to be paid by the deadline in your offer letter
  • 2nd instalment to cover the remainder of tuition fees. This is to be paid by 31 January 2022.

Payment Methods

IT Sligo has partnered with Flywire and Transfermate to allow applicants to send international payments easily and securely. To make a payment, please click on the payment portal link and follow the instructions. User guides and support is available for both payment portals.

Flywire Payment Portal 

Transfermate Payment Portal

Payment Receipts

You will be able to download a receipt directly from your Transfermate or Flywire account. These receipts are accepted for visa and immigration purposes.

Refund Policy

The IT Sligo refund policy for students who withdraw or defer is available here.

Sponsored Students

If your tuition fees will be paid by an external organisation, government, or scholarship, you must provide IT Sligo with relevant supporting documentation. This should be sent to internationaloffice@nullitsligo.ie

Living Costs in Ireland

Living costs in Ireland will vary depending on a student’s personal lifestyle and choice of accommodation. The approximate living costs (excluding tuition fees) for students in Ireland is estimated at €10,000 per academic year. Further information about the living costs is available here. International students should also consider additional costs e.g. visas, registering with immigration, international travel.

IT Sligo International Scholarships

Country of Origin Scholarships

IT Sligo offers partial tuition fee scholarships to Non-EU International students depending on their country of origin.

  • Countries with a GDP (per capita) of $10,000 (or less): 15% tuition fee scholarship
  • Countries with a GDP (per capita) of less than $20,000 but greater than $10,000: 10% tuition fee scholarship

In all instances the determination of GDP figures for applicants to Foundation, Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes at IT Sligo will be assessed through the most recently available statistics from the World Bank.

  • Eligibility: This scholarship is open to all new Non-EU International students who have received an offer to study on a full time, on-campus programme at IT Sligo and who are subject to Non-EU International Tuition Fees. The scholarship is available to students studying on foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The scholarship is subject to applicants meeting all admissions requirements for their programme.
  • Application Process: There is not a separate application process for the scholarship. Eligibility for the scholarship will be reviewed as part of the Non-EU International application.

Once a student has been awarded a country of origin scholarship, they can continue to avail of the scholarship during their studies time at IT Sligo, subject to the following condition(s):

  • The scholarship will be awarded every year provided that the student successfully progresses in their programme of study with at least a 60% average in yearly examinations.
  • If the student must repeat attend OR repeat exams only, they will not qualify for a scholarship for that academic year.
  • If the student successfully completes their repeat year, they can qualify for the scholarship again in subsequent years, provided their average is over 60%.

Alumni International (Non-EU) Scholarships

This tuition fee scholarship is available to Non-EU International students who have graduated from an undergraduate programme at IT Sligo and are progressing to a postgraduate programme at IT Sligo.

  • Scholarship Value: 20% of tuition fee of postgraduate programme.
  • Eligibility: Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree at IT Sligo and received an offer to study on a full time, on-campus postgraduate programme at IT Sligo. The scholarship is subject to applicants meeting all admissions requirements for their programme and being eligible for Non-EU International Tuition Fees. The Alumni International Non-EU Scholarship cannot be applied in conjunction with the Country of Origin Scholarships.
  • Application Process: There is not a separate application process for the scholarship. Eligibility for the scholarships will be reviewed as part of the Non-EU International application process to IT Sligo.

Claddagh Scholarship Program (CSP)

The Claddagh Scholarship Program (CSP) is an initiative aimed at fostering closer links between Ireland and China by encouraging Chinese students to choose Ireland as a study destination. IT Sligo will be offering the following tuition fee scholarships through the Claddagh Scholarship Program for the 2021/22 Academic Year.

Undergraduate

  • 10x scholarships up to value of €2500 for the 2021/22 Academic Year
  • These scholarships are open to students from China who been made an offer to study an Honours Bachelor’s Degree in any full-time programme from the Faculties of Engineering & Design, Science and Business & Social Sciences.

Postgraduate

  • 4x postgraduate scholarships up to value of €2500 for the 2021/22 Academic Year.
  • These scholarships are open to students from China who have been made an offer for MSc Bioprocessing Science, MEng in Structural Engineering or MEng in Geotechnical Engineering.

All scholarships will be awarded as a reduction in tuition fees only. Scholarships cannot be applied in conjunction with any other scholarship awarded by IT Sligo. Scholarships can only be awarded to students who are eligible for Non-EU tuition fees.

Application Process: Further information about the scholarship programme and minimum eligibility criteria can be located online here. To apply, students must register and complete the application form on the Education Ireland website. The application deadline is the 31 May 2021. Scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis.

Government of Ireland Scholarships 2021/22 

The Government of Ireland International Education Scholarship (GOI-IES) is managed by the Higher Education Authority (HEA). 60 scholarships will be provided for high calibre students from non-EU/EEA countries to study full-time in Ireland for a period of one year. Further information is available here.

Students who are successful will receive:

  • A €10,000 stipend for one year’s study
  • A full fee waiver of all tuition and other registration costs at their higher education institution for one year’s study

Full details about the scholarship scheme including terms and conditions, eligibility criteria and the assessment process is available here. Applicants should read this information carefully and review the FAQ before making an application.

How to apply?

  • Applicants must have received an offer to study at IT Sligo before they can apply for the Government of Ireland Scholarship.
  • Applications can be made online here.
  • The deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 26 March 2021 (Irish Time). Late applications will not be accepted.
  • Any questions regarding the scholarship should be sent to the HEA at GOI-IES@nullhea.ie.