How to apply
You can apply to the Dublin International Study Centre online or through a local agent. Our online form is easy to use and guides you through every step of the application process. You can start your application today and save it as you go, so don't worry if you need more time to complete it.
If you are applying through a local agent, please contact them for an application form.
One of our Student Enrolment Advisors will contact you (or your agent) once your application has been received and reviewed.
- Complete all sections of the application form, saving it as you go
- Upload your supporting documents (optional – these can be provided later)
- Read the Terms and Conditions
- Submit the completed form
- One of our Student Enrolment Advisors will contact you about next steps in the process
Once you confirm your offer at the Dublin International Study Centre, the next step is to apply for a visa if you require one. Find out if you need a visa to study in Ireland on the Department of Foreign Affairs website.
Once you have received your confirmation of study and your visa you can go on line to book your appointment with Immigration Registration.
We would advise booking appointments for mid-October (September intake) and mid-February (January intake). This will give you enough time to set-up bank accounts and resolve any possible accommodation issues. The advantage of booking early is that the appointments fill up fast and if you wait until you arrive to book your appointment there could be waiting list of up to three months. This can then cause delays getting your re-entry visa and prevent you from going home over the December holidays (September intake).
You can book your appointment up to 9 weeks in advance.
Please note: If you are under 18 (and will not be turning 18 before the date of the next available appointment) you will not need to complete this step as it will be arranged by the International Study Centre upon your arrival.
Ask a question
If you have any questions you want to ask, please get in touch.