Non-Eu students on Full-time courses
Welcome to Ireland!
New Non-Eu students on full-time courses are also required to present original qualifications, and i) passport, ii) CIT study visa or GNIB card (if relevant).
All Non-Eu applications should be in touch with CIT's International Office. Check out the details on their webpage, click Here.
If applying for Eu fees status, print off the application form (for September 2019 entry) available here from August 2019, and complete it before coming to Registration. Along with an original passport, a valid Stamp 4 GNIB card, it is necessary to provide official documentary evidence of residency in the Eu / EEA for 3 out of the previous 5 years to 1st Sept (minimum 36 months), and in some cases original letters from the Ministry of Justice. Examples of acceptable documentary evidence : a letter from your school, your college, or your work, with exact dates (from and to).
Registration & Orientation
Registering at Bishopstown Campus (Student Nexus) on Monday 9th September 2019. The International Office will be in touch with all students commencing their studies this September.