Full course fees for EU/EEA Citizens are dependent upon funding options: Student Grants (SUSI), Social Welfare Back to Education Allowance (BTEA), Medical Card, and Vocational Training Opportunities Scheme (VTOS). Read more information on funding options and the typical breakdown of college course fees. † Additional course costs apply (see course details for more information). VTOS: A refundable deposit of €50 applies.
Typical Course Fees For illustration only. Full list of fees. Consult individual course information for specific fees and extras. No Tuition Fees: All courses at Mallow College of Further Education are funded through the National Development Plan (NDP) and there are no tuition fees for EU nationals (non-EU/EEA applicants should contact the College for details on eligibility and course fees). Registration Fee & Deposit: Students, except those in recipient of a VTOS allowance, are required to pay a student services fee of €250. A deposit of €50 is required to reserve a course place (refundable to VTOS students). Government PLC Programme Participant Contribution: Students, except those in recipient of a Medical Card, SUSI Student Grant, Back to Education Allowance (BTEA), or VTOS allowance, are required… Read More
For illustration only. Full list of fees. Consult individual course information for specific fees and extras. Download PDF Student Grant (SUSI) Means tested student grants are available to students (school-leavers) who are progressing to a QQI Level 5/6 Award or equivalent, and who have not previously studied an award at similar or higher level on the National Framework of Qualifications. The amount of the grant depends on family income and on the distance a student travels from their place of residence to the college. SUSI Typical Course Fees: €300 (€50 Deposit + €50 Exam Fees + €200 Registration) per year. Medical Card Holders: €250 Applications: Student Grant applications can be made online only to Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) through susi.ie. Applications can be made from May and should… Read More