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Student Admissions and Registration

Academic year 2017/18 : New students

 

Year 1 Full-time

Offers are made through the CAO www.cao.ie. Registration packs will be posted out by Admissions on 30th August. The Registration schedule can be seen below - click on the red button. Registration will take place from 4th - 8th September (31st Aug. for CSM; 1st Sept. for CCAD; 11th Sept. for NMCI). Classes will start 9am Tuesday 12th September (or 11th Sept. for CSM, with Induction on 8th Sept.).

 

Year 1 Registration schedule

 

You can expect to be on campus for a few hours starting from your registration start time. You will also get your ID card, and have induction, meet some of your department lecturers, get your timetable, and have a tour. You will need to bring your passport or birth certificate to Registration; Non-Eu students, please bring your passport and visa.  See  General Info. Sheet for new Full Time Year 1 students for your department contact numbers and information on  ID cards, myCIT email, fees etc.

 

New Post Year 1

Classes start 9am 12th September unless otherwise advised by your department. Timetables will be available from 10th  Sept. at http://timetables.cit.ie. Please contact your own department after 8th September with any timetable queries, or go to their office at 9am 12th September. If you are in Cork on 11th September, you can collect your new ID card and have a brief tour of the campus at 3pm Monday 11th September in the Student Nexus. Please bring a passport or birth certificate to confirm your legal name. Non-Eu students, please bring your passport and visa. Otherwise you can collect your ID card any time up to 7pm for the first few weeks of classes.   See General Info. Sheet for new Full-time Post Year 1 students for your department contact numbers and information on  ID cards, myCIT email, fees etc.

 

Letters (eg for medical cards, back to education etc) are provided by the secretary of the relevant academic department (not Admissons), after 12th September.

 

Academic year 2017/18 : Continuing students

Registering for the Academic Year 2017/18

  • All eligible Full-time Continuing students are automatically enrolled for the new academic year 2017/18. Students do not need to complete a registration form.
  • Eligible Full-time students with Programme Options, or Progressing from one Level course to another (eg Level 7 to Level 8), were sent a Registration form at the beginning of August. Return this form to Admissions without delay.
  • Full-time students completing Work Placement or taking Autumn Repeats: After the Exam Board Meetings in September, eligible continuing students are automatically rolled to the new academic year on 14th September. Students on courses with Programme Options, or Progressing from one Level course to another, come to Admissions to collect your Registration Form on 15th September which should be signed and returned to Admissions immediately.

All students doing Exams Only or Repeating a module(s) in 2017/18, RPL applications, Project Only, and all Postgraduates, must ensure they are enrolled by 6th October 2017 for all their semester 1 modules and by 9th February 2018 for all Semester 2 modules.

All classes started 9am, 12th September unless otherwise advised by your Department.  All queries regarding class schedules should be referred to the relevant Academic Department.

Timetables will be available online from 10th September at http://timetables.cit.ie. Please refer all queries regarding classes to your own Academic Department.

Check your mycit.ie email account for instructions on how to enrol online for Electives (if you have them in Semester 1).

Students must check on Web4student that they are enrolled for ALL MODULES in Semester 1 by 6th October 2017, and for ALL Semester 2 modules by 9th February 2018

Online enrolment for missing modules is only possible from 14th September 2017. Add any missing modules (get the CRN from your lecturer). 

 

 

 

 

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Admissions / Registrations Office

  • Email: admissions@cit.ie
  • Tel: (021) 433 5040