What are the fees for undergraduate students?

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Fees are made up of three components: - Tuition, Student Contribution and Capitation fees.

Tuition Fee: If you are entering 3rd level education for the first time you are eligible for free tuition fees provided you satisfy the criteria Free Fees Initiative. The Higher Education Authority pays this fee on your behalf.  If you have already attended a 3rd level institution for any period of time you may be liable for the tuition fees.

Student Contribution Fee: This is €3000 for all undergraduate programmes.  This is payable by all undergraduate students unless you are in receipt of a Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) grant.  For details on how to apply for a SUSI grant please refer to www.susi.ie

Capitation Fee: The fee is €170 and is payable by all undergraduate students.  This fee covers membership of both the Mardyke Sports Arena and of the Union of Students of Ireland as well as costs associated with UCC Student’s Union Publications and Common Room.

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Last Updated: Nov 27th 2019 - Keywords: Fees   Undergraduate   Contribution   Capitation   - Views: 769

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