EU/Non-EU Fee Status
Tuition fees differ for applicants based on their EU or Non-EU status as assessed by Trinity Academic Registry. A student’s registered status (EU/non-EU) cannot be changed during a programme for which s/he is registered. Please note that full-time education in the EU does not in itself constitute ordinary residence. A student, or his or her supervisor or course director may appeal his or her fee status to the Dean of Graduate Studies on the appropriate form. The Dean of Graduate Studies will only alter the fee status of an application in exceptional and appropriate circumstances. The Fee Status Appeal Form, available for download from the Regulations and Resources section of this page, should be submitted via email to the Administrative Officer for the consideration of the Dean of Graduate Studies.
MSCA Doctoral Networks Non-EU Fee Differential Waiver and Overhead Usage Application
The application is for Principal Investigators of funded Marie Curie Doctoral Networks who have recruited PhD Fellow(s) to be hosted at Trinity. It covers:
- A waiver of the non-EU fee differential;
- Permission for the usage of grant overheads to fund the remainder of fee costs;
- Process note for key steps and contacts.
The application must be completed in full and submitted to the Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies by the biannual cut-off dates indicated (1st August for students beginning in September/1st Feb for students beginning in March).
More details are available in the application form: MSCA Doctoral Networks Fee Coverage Application.