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How to Apply

NON-EU Students

Applicants who are not citizens of EU member states, nor have resided for full-time undergraduate courses of study in Ireland should apply directly to the International Office at WIT. Applications will be accepted up to the 31st May each year for programmes commencing in the following September. Late applications will be managed on a case by case basis. Please contact the international office for more details.

To apply for an English Language programme and all undergraduate programmes at WIT, please use the link directly below. There is no application fee.

Undergraduate Applications >>

Applications for postgraduate programmes at WIT must be made on-line through PAC, using the link below. When making your application, please note the following;

  • In order to make an application, you must first register and create an account with PAC.

  • An application can be made by a student, or by an agent on behalf of the student.

  • You will need access to a credit card to facilitate payment of the application fee of €50. You will be unable to complete the application process until payment has successfully been made.

  • Upload all relevant documentation and scanned copies of your CV and Transcripts. Alternatively, you can post them to the PAC centre in Galway and they will upload them on your behalf

Postgraduate Applications >>

EU Students

An EU applicant is defined for the purposes of application as a citizen and passport holder of an EU member state, and who has been residing within an EU member state for 3 of the past 5 years. Applicants of this category for full-time courses of study at WIT should apply through the Central Applications Office (CAO) of Ireland.

Further information on the application procedure involved, may be obtained by accessing the CAO's website ( To establish if you qualify for EU fees, please contact the WIT Fees Office by email ([email protected]), but you should first read through their website by clicking here.