Irish/EU Living Abroad Fees
Irish/EU Living Abroad Fees
Annual Tuition Fees by Bachelor Programme Type
|Film & TV||Dublin||8,000|
|Pulse: Music, Animation||Dublin||9,000|
An Academic Administration Fee of €250.00 and an International Student Support Fee of €200.00 will be charged EVERY September (before commencement of Autumn semester) for all students regardless of status (i.e. continuing within same stage of academic programme, or progressing to a new stage or new programme, or repeating a stage of a programme.
A QQI award fee is also due (only in award year).
- Ordinary bachelor’s degree: €150
- Honours bachelor’s degree: €200
Undergraduate scholarships available for students commencing first year studies in AY 2023/2024
|Dublin Campus||An annual €1,000 scholarship is available for bachelor degree programmes delivered on the Griffith College Dublin campus for students who pay a deposit before the 30th of June 2023, and who maintain a 60% average in Year 1 and Year 2 exams.|
|Cork Campus||An annual 25% scholarship is available for bachelor degree programmes delivered on the Griffith College Cork campus for students who pay a deposit before the 30th of June 2023, and who maintain a 60% average in Year 1 and Year 2 exams.|
Programme Tuition Fees by Master's Programme type
|Graduate Business School (Excluding MBA)||10,000|
|MA in Scoring for Film, TV and Interactive Media||34,000|
Where Postgraduate Diploma available, tuition fees are €1,000 euro less than corresponding master's degree tuition fees listed above.
An Academic Administration Fee of €250 is applicable each academic year to all undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in addition to the tuition fees quoted. Where a student commences a programme in the January intake, an Academic Administration Fee of €125 is applicable for the period January to August with a fee of €250 payable each September thereafter.
A QQI award fee is also due in award year of Postgraduate Diploma/Master's: €200
EU Funding Opportunity
FINS Scheme - Educational Loan for EU Students 2021/22
The FINS scheme offers study loans designed to meet real student needs; this is an extremely important step towards enabling all EU students to receive the necessary funds to pursue higher education. The scheme was introduced to Griffith in 2021 and is open to EU students who have received an offer to study on a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate course starting in February 2022 onwards.
The study loan is flexible and can be used for the following:
- Tuition fee finance
- Monthly living, costs of meals and rent (including rent deposit)
- Books and other study materials
- Medical insurance
- Urgent expenses
Application process: As soon as you know which university you want to go to, you can use FINS' Finance Calculator and Application.
Eligibility: FINS finances students accepted onto an undergraduate or postgraduate programme. The team looks into the following eligibility criteria when assessing applications:
- EU citizens pursuing their studies in another country than where they graduated from their previous education cycle.
- EU citizens with no outstanding/unpaid debts for previous loans by other financial institutions.
Further eligibility criteria can be viewed on the FINS webpage.
Please contact [email protected] for further information.
Updated November 2021.
Disclaimer: FINS is a third party financial services provider and any agreement entered into between learner and FINS is at the learner's own discretion