All fees are due in full by the 31st of January.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have an outstanding balance after the 31st of January,
(1) a late payment charge of €200 will be applied to your account
(2) you will not be able to access your examination results
To make a payment:
(1) Go online at https://studentapps.dit.ie/webreg/web_return.login and pay using Credit or Debit card until the 31st of January
(2) By Phone using a Credit/Debit Card – note that if using a Debit card there may be a limit of €1500 per transaction/24 hours. This can be confirmed with your bank
(3) By Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) using the banking detail below:
Full-Time Student Fees Account:
Account Number: 18411449
Sort Code: 931012
IBAN: IE30 AIBK 9310 1218 4114 49
Part Time Fees Account:
Account Number: 18411878
Sort Code: 931012
IBAN: IE87 AIBK 9310 1218 4118 78
Please note you MUST quote your Student ID as banking reference when paying by EFT to ensure prompt and correct allocation of payment.
Yes, the fees office can be contacted at (01) 402 7500 or at email@example.com
Please ensure you have the following information to hand:
DIT Student Number
Programme Code & year of Study
An invoice can be issued to a company upon request of the student and once the below information is provided by them in full:
- Student ID:
- Company Name:
- Company Address:
- Contact within Company/Email Address:
- Amount/Percentage of Payment:
Please note your company MUST quote the Invoice Number provided as banking reference when paying by EFT, to ensure prompt and correct allocation of payment. Payment deadlines still apply.
Requests for invoices must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Regsitration and payment deadlines still apply.
A student is entitled to access his or her own personal data only. The personal information of a student, including confirmation of attendance at DIT or contact details, must not be disclosed to a third party, be they parent, potential employer, employer, professional body, sponsor, etc., without the consent of the individual concerned. An agreement may be made to forward a communication to a student on behalf of a third party, but no information should be disclosed about the student. All communications including receipts will be issued to the student.
Yes, students can mail the fees office at email@example.com to request a receipt. Please
ensure to include your student ID and the relevant academic years for which you require the
All undergraduate fulltime students who have applied for grant assistance are permitted to
register at the beginning of the year without paying any fees pending the outcome of their
grant application. In order to do so, they must submit their grant application number and
the date they applied for the grant.
SUSI will in turn advise the Institute whether or not they will accept full or part liability for
the student in that academic year. The Institute will then reflect this decision on both the
student account and the grant awarding authorities (SUSI) account.
It is the responsibility of students to chase up their grant applications/appeals with SUSI.
At the commencement of subsequent years, the fee liability reverts to the student until such
time as SUSI advises the Institute whether or not they will accept full or partial liability for
Students can receive assistance from a number of sources:
|Student Grants||SUSI – http://www.susi.ie/|
AIB Bank – http://personal.aib.ie/our-products/loans/education-loans Credit Union - http://www.creditunion.ie/studentloans/
|Other||Saint Vincent De Paul - http://www.svp.ie/What-We-Do/Education-grants.aspx|