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METHODS OF PAYMENT
Independent Colleges offers many different methods to pay your college tuition fees. Our aim is to facilitate this transaction with as little inconvenience to you as possible.
The following methods of payment can be used to discharge course fees:
► Bank Draft ► Postal Order
► Cheque ► Debit/Credit Card
1) Payment in full
Students who wish to discharge course fees in full before course commencement will be given a reduction of €250 off their overall course fee. This reduction only applies to our academic undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and does not apply to our evening diploma courses.
2) Two instalments – EU Students Only
Students who wish to pay their fees in two instalments are required to make the following payments:
- 50% of course fees on course commencement
- Balance of course fees by Friday, 11th January 2013.
3) Monthly direct debits – EU Students Only
Students who wish to pay fees using the College’s direct debit plan are required to make an initial payment of 10% of the tuition fees due when returning their acceptance form to the College. This acceptance payment should be made by the date outlined in the offer letter. The balance of the course fees can be paid in up to seven instalments as follows: Download Direct Debit Forms
Payment 1 30% of tuition fee Due on or before 14th September 2012.
Payment 2 10% of tuition fee Due on 26th October 2012.
Payment 3 10% of tuition fee Due on 30th November 2012.
Payment 4 10% of tuition fee Due on 25th January 2013.
Payment 5 10% of tuition fee Due on 22nd February 2013.
Payment 6 10% of tuition fee Due on 22nd March 2013.
Payment 7 10% of tuition fee Due on 19th April 2013.
If you have any queries regarding payment of fees please contact our Admissions Office.
The Admissions Office
Tel: + 353 1 635 1184
Fax: + 353 1 635 1120
Terms and Conditions
*Students are liable for full annual programme fees upon registration
*The college operates a strict no refund policy once programmes have commenced