You will need to be vetted if you are going to have contact with children or vulnerable adults i.e.
|If you are taking one of the UCD programmes or modules which require vetting.|
|If you are participating in UCD Volunteers Overseas.|
|You will not be able to attend any programme placements (e.g. schools, hospitals, home visits, clinics) without full clearance
(including any relevant police certificate(s).
|Subsequently, this may prevent you getting exam results, progressing to the next stage and, ultimately, graduating.|
|If you have lived outside Ireland for six months or more, since the age of 18, you will also need to get a Police Certificate(s) from any country in which you lived.
It can take a while to get these so don't wait until you have an offer to start this, as it is an essential part of vetting.
Your police certificate must also be returned to UCD Registry - Admissions.
Following receipt of your documents, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org containing an link to complete the full application.
Once your vetting application has been processed by National Vetting Bureau (NVB) a disclosure will be returned to UCD. You will then be considered in line with the policy.
E-vetting invitiations issue to your email address as soon as we enter your data in the NVB system. Following completion of the invitation by you, vetting takes 2-3 weeks. You can track your progress through the NVB system.
|Full regulations are included in the Garda Vetting Policy.|
|You may also find the Garda Vetting Section of the Frequently Asked Questions page useful|
|The National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012|
|Information about "spent" convictions|
|Self disclosed criminal records|
Note some courses also require Health Screening.
Full regulations are included in the Garda Vetting Policy.
All offers of a place are subject to UCD's Terms and Conditions of Offer.
All students must comply with the general regulations of the university.
Please see also UCD's Fitness to Practise Policy