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Undergraduate Financial Assistance

  • The Student Assistance Fund (ESF) is now closed and will reopen for the Academic Year 2021/22. The online application will be available at the end of September/early October.

  • For emergency Hardship requests, please contact your personal tutor to submit your case to Full documentation and evidence of financial hardship will be required.

There is no Financial Assistance available to help students with Fees due including Tuition Fees, Registration Fees, Late payment fees, Examination Fees and so on.

There are a number of different financial assistance schemes which you may qualify for. Further information on these is available on tabs under 'Financial Assistance'. All applications are means tested based on qualifying criteria which is approved annually by the Board of the College.  The Financial Assistance Committee reserves the right to reduce the approved awards, should pressure on the funds require this course of action.

Any queries relating to financial assistance should be directed to

Financial Assistance Privacy Statement

This is a statement of the practices of the Senior Tutor Services, Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin (the "University") of College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland in connection with the capture and use of personal data of applicants for student Financial Assistance by the Senior Tutor’s Office, the (undergraduate) Tutorial System and the Postgraduate Advisory Service, and the steps taken by the University to respect your privacy. Please read this statement (link below) carefully before applying for any financial assistance.

Financial Assistance Privacy Statement

All undergraduate students can apply for financial assistance once they are a registered student. The only exception is a student who enters through HEAR/TAP , as they will receive financial assistance from the Trinity Access Programme.