We recommend that you follow up on your application immediately. Please contact the office where you submitted your application. A list of schools and contact details are available on http://dit.ie/colleges/. Often, TU Dublin may be waiting to receive further documentation from the applicant before a formal offer can be made. It is best to clarify the status of your application as soon as possible.
Got a question here are the answers to questions we get asked the most. Have a look at our FAQ section below
I Have Applied to Study in TU Dublin
Often our initial offer of a place on a TU Dublin programme is a "conditional" offer, what this means is the offer is provisional pending the applicant supplying further documentation to support their application eg transcripts of results or confirmation in writing of relevant work experience. At this stage, the offer is "conditional" until all required documents are submitted by the applicant to TU Dublin's office dealing with the application. Your application is not finalised at this stage therefore you will not yet receive information on how to register on your chosen programme.
An "unconditional" offer" is where you have been offered a place on a TU Dublin programme and all required documentation to support your application has been submitted by you. If you meet all the necessary requirements and a place is available TU Dublin will offer you an "unconditional" offer of a place on your chosen programme.
Registering & Paying Fees
You will receive your Invitation to Register by post
You will receive your Invitation to Register to your TU Dublin Student Email Account
I am a returning student not registered in the previous two years when and how will I receive my invitation to register?
You will receive an Invitation to Register by post. A student returning after a gap of two years or more will not have access to their TU Dublin student email account.
I am a student returning after an Erasmus exchange in a different College, when and how will I receive my invitation to register?
If you are a returning student and were on an Erasmus exchange last year, your examination results will not be considered until the supplemental exam boards, which happens in the second and third week of September.
Invitations to Register will be sent out to successful students to their TU Dublin Student Email Account following the exam board meetings. Students should attend classes (temporarily unregistered) until they receive an Invitation to Register email to their TU Dublin student email account.
I am a returning student paying International Fees, when and how will I receive my invitation to register?
Invitations to Register are emailed to TU Dublin student email accounts with effect from mid-July. For students who are to complete repeat exams, Invitations to Register will be emailed once exam results are released in September.
Students in this category are required to attend in person to be registered at any of our student service centres.
As soon as you receive your Invitation to Register for the relevant academic year, you can register online.
The following categories of students must attend in person at TU Dublin Aungier St to register in person ie they cannot register online
- Students paying international fees
- Visiting/exchange students
- Apprentice students (present at TU Dublin's Student Service Centres at times agreed for each programme)
Students in these categories will be contacted by the Registions Service advising a time and date to attend for registration.
All students must register for their programme before their classes commence. By registering on your programme you will be given access to services you need such as webcourses, avail of an student card, avail of a library account, access to buildings etc.
Classes for fulltime students will commence on Monday 17th September 2018 unless you are advised otherwise by the School running the programme. Classes for part-time students commence week beginning 17th September 2018 unless you are advised otherwise by the School running the programme. Click here for details of TU Dublins academic calendar 2018-19.
All TU Dublin students are required to register for their programme before they attend any classes. If you register later than the commencement of classes you will not have access to the services you need such as webcourses, library account and you may be charged a late fee of 200 euro. The financial penalty will be applied to your student account on 31st October.
Students must pay a minimum of 50% of the overall fee owing to get registered. This has to be paid before classes commence.
September start students deadline is 31st January
January start students deadline is 31st May
Fees can be paid using a debit or credit card when registering for your programme online. Alternatively students can pay fees by bank transfer to TU Dublin bank account. Also you can ring any of the following numbers and we can take payments over the phone where monies are on a debit or credit card:
01 402 7500 / 01 402 7000 / 01 402 3883
Yes, students must pay a minimum of 50% of the overall fee owing before classes commence. The remaining 50% can be paid in numerous transactions online throughout the year from mid August 2018 to 31st January 2019. It is important to ensure the full amount is paid by 31st January so you have access to your Semester 1 exam results and to avoid additional financial penalties for a default in payment.
Students have the option to pay:
100% of fees due
50% of fees due
Any other amount (students will not be allowed register until a minimum of 50% of the total fee due is paid)
You will not have access to TU Dublin services and you are not entitled to attend classes. Any applicants who has not registered by 1st December 2018 we assume are not taking their place and they will be removed from TU Dublins Student Record system. There are significant final implications if an applicant is attending unregistered and requests to be re-instated on TU Dublins Student Record system after they have been removed.
For further information regarding TU Dublin's policy in relation to payment and registration deadlines, please refer to our Registration and Fees policy.
Undergraduate fulltime students who have applied for a SUSI grant can register online without having to pay any fees. You need the following information to hand when registering online for your programme:
Grant Application Number: W123456789013 (sample)
Date you applied for Grant: 7th July 2018
Name of Awarding Body/VEC - choose from drop down menu eg SUSI (Student Universal Support Ireland)
Postgraduate fulltime students who have applied for a grant are requested to pay a minimum of 50% of the overall fee owing to register. The reasonwe ask for this is the majority of postgraduate students do not receive funding for the full amount of the postgraduate fee therefore TU Dublin require postgraduate students to pay the minimum amount to get registered pending the outcome of their grant application. If subsequently the grant authority pays 100% of the fees for a postgraduate student TU Dublin will refund the amount paid back to the student.
I am a postgraduate fulltime student and have applied for a grant, do I have to pay fees to register?
Yes, postgraduate fulltime students who have applied for a grant are requested to pay a minimum of 50% of the overall fee owing to register. The reason is the majority of postgraduate students do not receive 100% funding for their postgraduate programme. In the exceptional cases, where postgraduate students receive 100% grant assistance TU Dublin will refund the 50% paid by the student.
Contact the Registration Service for assistance at email@example.com
Student Orientation & Class Timetables
Information for start dates 2018/19 to be finalised in line with the TU Dublin Academic Calendar http://www.dit.ie/academicaffairsandregistrar/calendar/
Students are invited and encouraged to attend an informal orientation with TU Dublin. Students meet their class mates, programme tutor and Head of School and receive their timetable. Students have the opportunity to ask questions. A library tour is usually included. Useful information to help you settle into college are given at orientation so it is advisable to attend.
The Registration Service website will have details from early August and mid December regarding orientations. Details for orientation and student card collection for our fulltime undergraduate new students is available here If the information is not posted online and you have not received any information by post, email or text, please contact the School Administrator of the School you are going to be attending.
A list of schools is available here
For students who commence in September, 1st year inductions take place during the second week in September.
Before attending student orientation, applicants should register with TU Dublin and pay their fees online.
Make sure you register on your programme so you get access to the services you need. If you are unable to attend the first week of term please inform the School Administrator.
A list of schools and contact details are available on http://dit.ie/colleges/.
Make sure you register on your programme so you get access to the services you need.
If you are unable to attend the first week of term please inform the School Administrator. A list of schools and contact details are available on http://dit.ie/colleges/.
Accessing Student Email
A TU Dublin student email account is created for all registered students of TU Dublin. Your email address will be included on the Invitation to Register letter you will receive from TU Dublin.
If you did not receive an invitation to register OR to obtain a Credentials letter which details information you require to access IS services within TU Dublin, please contact IS support team firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 014023123
To access your account please visit http://mydit.ie/
Your Username is your TU Dublin Student Number
Your password is outlined in your invitation to register, if you lock your account you will need to contact email@example.com to have it reset. Alternatively you can call support on 01-4023123
I would prefer my TU Dublin student email account to appear as my first name and surname instead of my student ID number. Can I change this?
- Sign in to your Google Apps account.
- Click the gear icon in the upper-right and select Gmail settings along the top of any page, and select the Accounts tab.
- Under Send mail as, click Add another email address.
- In the Email address field, enter your name and alternate email address.
- Click Next Step >> and then click Send Verification. Gmail will send a verification message to your other email address to confirm that you own it.
- Locate the message from Gmail. Open it and and either click the link contained in the message or enter the confirmation code in the Accounts section of your Google Apps email settings.
Once the account has been added it will show up in a drop down menu when you are composing a mail.
To make it the default from address:
- Sign in to your Google Apps account.
- Click the gear icon in the upper-right and select Gmail settings along the top of any page, and select the Accounts tab.
- Under Send mail as, click Make Default next to the address you want to be the new default from address.
- Click the gear icon at the top of any Gmail page and choose Mail settings.
- Click the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
- Click on the "Forwarding" button, select 'Add new email address.'
- Enter the email address to which you'd like your messages forwarded.
- For your security, we'll send a verification to that email address.
- Open your forwarding email account, and find the confirmation message from the Gmail team.
- Click the verification link in that email.
- Back in your Gmail account, select the 'Forward a copy of incoming mail to...' option and select your forwarding address from the drop-down menu.
- Select the action you'd like your messages to take from the drop-down menu.
- Click Save Changes.
More information can be found on: here
Students are only entitled to attend class once they have registered and paid a minimum of 50% of the total fee.
I repeated exams/assessments in August/September 2018, when will I receive details on how to register?
The exam board meetings to consider repeat (supplemental) results will take place during the second and third week in September 2017. The registration service will issue invitations to register to successful students to their TU Dublin email account week commencing 17th September 2018. Repeat students are advised to check their TU Dublin email account regularly during that week. Repeat students awaiting results and details on how to register should attend classes temporarily unregistered until they receive an Invitation to Register email to their TU Dublin email account.
Students who do not pass exams/assessments must discontinue attending classes when they become aware of their results. For information on how to submit an application to repeat please visit How to repeat
If you are a continuing student and were on Erasmus exchange last year, your examination results will not be considered until the supplemental (September) exam boards, which happen during the second and third week of September. Invitations to Register will be emailed to successful students to their DIT Student Email Account from 17th September 2018.
If you are a continuing student and were on a work placement last year, your work placement results will not be considered until the supplemental (September) exam board, which happen during the second and third week of September. Invitations to Register will be emailed to successful students to their TU Dublin Student Email account from 17th September 2018 onwards. Students should attend classes temporarily unregistered until they received an Invitation to Register email to their TU Dublin student email account.
I repeated some exams / assignments in the supplemental (repeat) exams in mid August/early September, can I attend classes while awaiting my results?
Yes, classes commence week beginning 17th September 2018. Details on how to register (ITR's) will be emailed to successful repeat students once your Supplemental Examination Results are released. Students are advised to attend all their classes temporarily unregistered until they receive their results and/ invitations to register.
Firstly, you should register with TU Dublin and pay your fees online.
Following this, please inform the School Administrator that you will be absent for the first week of the Semester. A list of schools and contact details are available on http://dit.ie/colleges/.
Accessing Library Services
Your library account is activated when you avail of a TU Dublin student card.
Students can avail of a TU Dublin Student Card at the ID Card Event held at the beginning of the academic year. If a student is unable to attend this event, they can avail of a card from one of TU Dublin’s Student Service Centres
TU Dublin’s Library Service is available on: http://www.dit.ie/library/
To view your own library account online you will need to create a PIN as follows:
- Go to http://www.library.dit.ie/
- Click on My Library and select My Account
- Enter your Student ID number and leave the PIN blank
- Click on submit
- You will be prompted to enter a new PIN twice and click on submit
- Your PIN will be accepted
- Your "My Library" account page opens automatically
PIN (Personal Identity Numbers) Problems
The PIN provided on your Invitation to Register (ITR) letter is your date of birth (i.e. 31st January 1989 will be a PIN of 310189). This has to be changed to a new 6 digit PIN for security reasons. The message your PIN has "expired" is a prompt for you to insert a new PIN.
Please do not re-use the original PIN on your Invitation to Register letter.
You must choose a new 6 digit number, one you will easily remember. Your new PIN can only comprise of numbers and not letters i.e. 135588
Please ensure you are using a capital C or D when inputting your student number. If you are a new student, please use the 6 digit PIN detailed on the Invitation to Register letter issued to you. If you are a returning student, please use the 6 digit PIN you last set on the system.
If you are still having difficulties, please contact Student Services on 01-4023883 or 01 402 7000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively, you can call into a Student Service centre office where staff can reset your PIN for you.
Click on the "Forgot PIN" option.
You will then be prompted to answer one of the three security questions you set up when you first used your PIN.
Your PIN may be disabled for a number of reasons. This will have to be checked as it can only be manually re-enabled. Please contact Student Services at telephone 01-4024883 / 01 402 7000 or e-mail email@example.com. Alternatively, call into the Student Service Centres located on the ground floor, DIT, Aungier Street and on the level 3, DIT, Bolton Street.