Studying in Ireland
Download our student handbook to learn more about studying at Griffith College.
It is College policy that attendance is taken for all students. Further information is available here.
Student Sick Leave
A student’s absence from class may be excused in cases of certified illness. Further information is available here.
Holidays and Breaks
Students are normally not permitted to take holidays during the College semester. Further information is available here.
Statement on Absenteeism and Punctuality
Uncertified absenteeism is considered a breach of the Learner Code of Conduct. Further information is available here.
Programme fees are refundable in the case of valid and documented visa refusals. Further information is available here.
Complaints Procedures for Learners
Students have the right to communicate any issues they may experience whilst a studying in the College. Further information is available here.
Examination Regulations and Procedures
Students are required to familiarise themselves with the College examination regulations. Further information is available here.
Non-EU/Non-EEA students are required to show proof of comprehensive medical insurance when applying for a visa for Ireland (where relevant) and when registering with the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS) on arrival in Ireland. Students are required to arrange their own insurance cover – it is not arranged by the College.
For more information, please click here: INIS Medical Insurance Requirement
Health and Safety Information
Information on health and safety both on campus and off campus is available here.