Students from the EU pay the same fees as locals (EU fees, 3,000EUR and up per year). Others pay full fees (7,000EUR and up). Education Ireland has more details about costs.
Students coming from non EU countries have to pay for disability specific services where the costs are significant. This money should be provided by the student through their home University.
If you study as part of an exchange program organized by a university in your home country then you are likely to pay the same fees that you would have paid at home.
Léargas is Ireland's National Agency for the management of National, European and International co-operation programmes www.leargas.ie
No visa is required for EU residents.
Free for EU nationals not for others.
Health services for people with disabilities (available for Irish Nationals) from Citizens Information (Irish Government).
Disability Federation of Ireland www.disability-federation.ie
National Council for the Blind of Ireland www.ncbi.ie
Association for Higher Education Access and Disability (AHEAD) www.ahead.ie
National Association for Deaf People (Ireland) www.nadp.ie
Irish Wheelchair Association: www.iwa.ie
This entry changed: Wednesday 28th March 2018.