TThis page will provide you with information about applying for EU fee Assessment. If you believe you are currently on the incorrect fee status, or may be eligible for EU Fees, this page will provide you with all the information you require in order to make an application for EU Fee Assessment.
Current UCD students- Please check your UView record in SISWeb, which will show you whether you are being charged EU or non-EU fees.
Please note your fee status determines how you apply to UCD.
If you are unsure of your fee status, please use our Fee Assessment eligibility reckoner to help you determine your fee status or use this flow chart, which provides a graphical overview of how we assess eligibility EU and Non-EU fees.
In order to apply for EU fee assessment you should submit copies of the appropriate documentation. An EU/EEA/Swiss passport or EU/EEA/Swiss citizenship does not grant automatic entitlement to EU fees. Applicants must meet the EU fee rate conditions.
Who should apply for an EU fee assessment?
If you fall under the conditions below, you are required to formally submit an application for EU fees assessment.
How do I apply for EU fee assessment?
You will need to make an application online.
Please refer to our documentation checklist to ensure you submit a complete application. Incomplete applications will be rejected and you will be required to commence the process from the beginning.If you are under 23 please refer to this checklist to ensure you submit a complete application.
The Department of Education and Skills requested the HEA bring the below information in relation to the Free Fees Scheme to attention:
In terms of higher education, notwithstanding Brexit, UK students will still be eligible for the same fee structures as EU students in Ireland. For the free fees initiative, once students meet all other criteria as set out in the Free Fees Initiative: