Important message for applicants who were to attend entrance tests at the University which will now not take place, given current circumstances with Covid-19:
The University will be using the e-mail address you registered with the CAO for most communication in relation to your application. Please check your e-mail regularly for updates from the University, including your spam folder. In some cases, there may be deadlines for the return of submissions from you, which may form an important component in the assessment of your application.
If you change your e-mail you should advise email@example.com and the relevant academic department that is considering your application
Restricted course tests for MH103 Music and MH116/MH802 Community & Youth Work re-scheduled for Saturday, April 18th, 2020 will not take place in light of recent Government decisions. In lieu of the tests, each degree programme will administer alternative arrangements and the relevant academic department will be in contact with you in the coming days regarding this. The selection process arrangements will vary from degree programme to degree programme and will be undertaken remotely due to current circumstances nationally, and globally.
What is a Restricted-Application Course?
Certain courses are Restricted-Application Courses. They have early assessment procedures which may start as early as February.
An application for a Restricted-Application Course will not be considered unless it has been included among your original course choices by 1st February
It has been added to your existing application not later than the final date for correction of errors or omissions (see the CAO Handbook). This date is normally 1st March and it is your responsibility to ensure that any Restricted-Application Courses are present and correct by that date.
Restricted-Application Courses which are included in Late Applications are invalid choices and will not be considered.
Applicants with a disability - see below