Withdrawal from the Institute
For a variety of reasons some students do not complete their programme. Please bear the following in mind if you are contemplating leaving the Institute:
Talk to your Programme Co-ordinator / Student Counsellor / Students’ Union Officer, or other members of staff for advice. If you decide to leave the Institute, you must complete a Withdrawal Form available at the bottom of this page. It is in your best interests to let us know as soon as possible that you intend to withdraw. You must also return your ID card.
Financial consequences of Leaving a Programme Prematurely
This is a complex area with lots of rules; it is important that you formally withdraw or it could cost you money.
On return to Higher Education, eligible undergraduate students who formally withdraw before the dates below may be entitled to a reduction in tuition fees as follows:
- Withdraw by 31 October – Free Tuition Fees for this stage (year)
- Withdraw by 31 January – Half Tuition Fees for this stage (year)
Formal withdrawal after 31 January or failure to withdraw formally will mean that you will have no entitlement to Free Tuition Fees for this stage (year).
Refund of Fees Paid
Students who pay Student Contribution and/or Tuition to IADT and subsequently withdraw will be refunded fees as outlined below. Refunds will only be payable if payments received exceed amounts due.
|Withdrawal Date||Up to 31 Oct||
1 Nov to 31 Jan
|After 31 Jan|
|Post Graduate||Full Refund||
|Special Purpose Award||Full Refund||
Note: The information supplied is subject to change. You are advised to check with appropriate government agencies. Further information is available on www.studentfinance.ie