UCD welcomes applications from Singaporean students to our undergraduate programmes. Find out about our courses, entry criteria to UCD programmes, how to apply, what the visa requirements are, fees, scholarships and who to contact for further information.
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Undergraduate Entry Requirements - Singapore
Undergraduate programmes in UCD are categorised into four programme bands of competitiveness. Please see your desired programme band below to determine the minimum required to be eligible for consideration on a competitive basis. Entry requirements are reviewed on an annual basis.
Please note: the equivalences below are a guideline for entry requirements. Each course may have additional requirements. If you are presenting with qualifications other than those indicated above please email email@example.com
Maths and Science Requirements
Some programmes in UCD have specific entry requirements for Maths and Science. Use this table to determine the specific programme subject requirements across the various recognised exams.
English Language Requirements
Teaching in Irish Universities is normally through the medium of English, therefore all applicants are required to demonstrate a high level of competence in English language.
For Singaporean applicants UCD recognise the appropriate minimum score in the following recognised English Language Examinations:
Some courses require a higher level of English language competency. Please check with the relevant UCD School.
If you do not meet direct entry requirements for the degree you want, you can apply for a place on the International Foundation Year.
The International Foundation Year is specifically designed for international students who need additional study before starting an undergraduate degree programme at UCD.
To apply for undergraduate and graduate programmes* please consult your local approved educational agent. Applications made through recognised educational agents will not incur an application fee. Your counsellor will advise you and help you fill out the form. This will then be returned to UCD International and processed quickly.
You can apply directly using the online application system.
*Application to Medicine (including Physiotherapy and Radiography) and Veterinary Medicine
Please contact Linda Chen, Administration Secretary, for further advice.
Region Development Pte Ltd
IUMC Singapore Representative Office
491B River Valley Road
#13-1A Valley Point
Tel: +65 6339 2866
Fax: +65 6339
Applications are accepted from October of the previous year of study and candidates will usually be notified of the status of their application within 4 weeks of application. (Note: Undergraduate applicants are required to apply before the 1st July.)
An application fee is required for most application types. Non-payment will mean that the application is not presented for assessment. This is payable during the application process using Mastercard, Visa or Laser. The fee is €50. It is also possible to pay the application fee online after you have submitted the application. Applications made through recognised educational agents will not incur an application fee.
After you submit your online application, a list of required documents will be emailed to you. The documentation required varies depending on the programme you have applied for. The preferred method of document submission is via the upload facility which is available once the application has been submitted. Required documents must be uploaded or posted to arrive within 2 weeks of submitting an online application. If you choose to post the required documents as part of your application, please forward to Martin Hurley, Online Applications, Tierney Building, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.
Unless otherwise specified it will be presumed that all documents submitted must be originals, with the exception of academic transcripts which should be photocopies.
Official translations must be provided with the original/copy documents where documents are not in English. Applicants who wish to have their original documentation returned should forward a stamped addressed envelope.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Please see Visa and Immigration Information for detailed information.
Tuition fees are based on the course of studies chosen. Full information on fees for specific programmes can be found on the UCD Fees page.
Global Excellence Undergraduate (Bachelor) Scholarship
Open to: All successful applicants to the full time programmes who reside in, and are citizens of Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore.
(Scholarship Applications for the 2016/2017 academic year are now open)
- 100% tuition fee scholarship
- 5 x 50% tuition fee scholarships
Deadline: 31st March 2015
Clinical programmes are not eligible for these scholarships. These awards are merit based and terms and conditions apply.
More information: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
[NOTE: All scholarship and funding schemes are subject to availability of funds, and details given here are subject to change at any time. Potential applicants are urged to check information regularly to ensure they are aware of current procedures, deadlines etc.]
OAL - Overseas Academic Link
101 Cecil Street
Educational Link Consultants (S) Pte Ltd
545 Orchard Road
190 Clemenceau Ave #03-28
Kitchener Complex | Blk 809 French Road | #04-172
AUG - Singapore
7 Maxwell Road,
|The Right U
47 Hill Street
Region Development Point Ltd
491B River Valley Road,
Contact: Dr. Stanley Quek
Kiko Tai WanHuey
Regional Manager- SE Asia
UCD Global Centre SE Asia
Suite 9.07, North Block, The Ampwalk
No. 218, Jalan Ampang, 50450
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia