Information on admissions for undergraduate and postgraduate courses, along with other useful information.
SNMCI understands that traveling for college can be difficult, exciting and new, with many complex factors to consider. We love to welcome international students at SNMCI. Please view our International page for more information on the surrounding area, SNMCI, Visa information, Irish culture and society, transportation, travel and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply?
You may apply on our Applications Form. Within this form you will need to select the course of your choice, as well as mode of study and campus location. Please be sure to include information on your previous studies (if applicable) by completing the RPL section below and attaching your transcripts. If you are an international student whose first language is not English, please be sure to include your English qualification certificate.
Which course is recognised by the Teaching Council under Route 4?
The Level 8 BA Honours in Montessori Education is recognised by the Teaching Council under route 4, allowing graduates to work in Special Education settings. This recognition will cease in 2023, and the course will no longer be accepted in 2022. If you are interested in this course, please see the BA Honours page for more information.
I'm a Guidance Counselor, where can I find information on your courses?
All of our courses are listed under the ‘All Courses’ page. You may click in to each specific course to see the Course Code, modules and more information.
I'm an International (Non-EU Student), do I have to pay different fees?
All international students (i.e. Non-EU Students who require a study visa to live in the country) must pay the fee of 6,990 / year. International students must complete all requirements set aside by the INIS. For more information on International students, please see our International page.
Do you offer scholarships?
Though we do not offer scholarships, we do work in conjunction with the SUSI Grant, for those enrolling in full time study.
In addition to SUSI, we are a registered charity so our courses are tax deductible.
How can I pay?
There are two options of payment. These options are pay over the phone via credit card or bank transfer. For bank details, please refer to offer letter (if current student) or contact the Accounts Department.
Can I pay in installments?
Students are able to pay in installments. Typically, students pay in seven instalments over the course of the year. To arrange instalment payments, please contact the Accounts Department.
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