Here to support you
From visa application through to booking accommodation, you’ll be fully supported by our dedicated team every step of the way. If you applied directly through us, your Student Enrolment Advisor can answer any questions you have about arriving in Dublin. Otherwise, you can contact us with any questions.
Before you arrive at Dublin International Study Centre, you need to complete all the tasks in our pre-arrival checklist:
1. Confirm your offer
View Fees to see what you need to pay to confirm your offer.
2. Arrange your visa
We are expecting that teaching will be mostly face-to-face, and that you will be able to start your studies on campus. This means you will need to apply for your visa as per normal, so you are able to start your programme in-person, on time. Find out more about applying for an Irish study visa here.
3. Confirm your accommodation
Please confirm your accommodation with our Accommodation Team as soon as possible.
4. Book your travel to Ireland
You can book your travel to Ireland when you receive your visa. You should fly to Dublin Airport. For more information about the transfer options and prices please visit the fees page.
5. Organise your insurance
It is essential that all international students have health, medical and personal insurance. Find out more about StudyCare insurance.
6. Pack your bags
Find a list of items you’ll need to bring with you on our FAQs.
Please note: Government guidance to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is regularly changing and therefore we will continue to review and adapt the measures that we’re putting in place to safeguard our staff and students. Students should continue to check government health and travel advice regularly before making any plans to travel. We will continue to communicate with you in the event of any changes.