Fees & Funding
Coming to the Ireland as an international student is a big financial commitment, and before you start on a programme of study at NCI you need to consider carefully your financial expenses and living costs. Also, it is worth remembering that, evidence that you can support yourself and any dependants is a condition of gaining entry clearance into Ireland.
Tuition fees cover the cost of your study and include charges for registration, tuition, supervision, examinations and graduation.
Payment of fees will also entitle you to membership of the library, the Students' Union and the SV Fitness Gym.
To provide you with certainty in your financial planning we have fixed tuition fees for new international students for the duration of their course.
Any offer of a place at NCI is made on the understanding that you have sufficient funds to pay for your tuition fees and your living expenses for the entire duration of your period of study. Fees vary for each course.
Find out more about fees for international students on:
- Undergraduate courses
- Postgraduate courses
Paying your fees
There are several ways that you can pay you tuitions fees. If you would like to find out more about your payment options, please contact us.
At NCI, we offer attractive scholarships aimed at students who will actively participate and contribute to each of our courses. For details on current active scholarship programmes, please contact us directly.
International students looking for scholarships or other financial assistance towards covering fees and living costs should start thinking about how to fund their studies as early as possible. Many funding agencies and scholarships have strict deadlines.