Course Charges

Course Charges

Stillorgan College of Further Education doesn’t charge any tuition fees for Irish and EU nationals. However, there is a registration charge that covers course materials. This varies from €160 on courses like the Journalism and Business & IT courses to €300 on the Art Foundation course (to cover the cost of materials provided to students) and €410 for the Travel and Tourism course (covers the cost of online computer reservation training and First Aid certificate). This doesn’t cover the cost of books etc.

There is also an examination fee payable to QQI (currently €50 for Level 5 courses and €80 for Level 6 courses) as well as a government FE/PLC programme participation contribution of €200. Holders of full medical cards are exempt from both these charges.

Students on the BTEA, and Maintenance Grants (SUSI) schemes are exempt from the programme participation contribution.

Students on the VTOS scheme are not liable to any charges to attend a course in the college.

A full breakdown of these costs is available here.

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09-Mar-2019
This year marked the 10th Anniversary of the DLR Eco Conference, an annual conference held in the County Hall in Dun Laoghaire. The Event Management Students of Stillorgan College were once again on hand to support Dean Eaton and
21-Feb-2019
Interested in one of our courses? Why not come join us for our Open Day on Wednesday, 27 February from 10 am to 4 pm.
22-Jun-2018
Exciting new course offers lots of opportunities for employment.
20-Apr-2018
There was great celebrations in the Aviva Stadium last night as Photography student Andrew Tierney won the Sports Photographer of the Year award.
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