Returning Student Registration for 2018/2019

Online Registration will open on Monday 13th August until Friday 31st August 2018 for full-time students who are now eligible to progress to the next stage of their programme or for students who are progressing onto add-on programmes.

Students who have autumn examinations or need to complete placement will be notified of registration at a later date.

How to Register Online:

Log on to https://ssb.ancheim.ie/dkit/ click on Enter Secure Area and follow the on-screen instructions, or see our step by step instructions for help.

In order to register online you will need the following:

  • Your DkIT Student Number.
  • Your PIN Number, you can locate your PIN in recent email correspondence from the Examinations Office, or by entering your student ID number when prompted in the User ID box and select “Forgot Pin?”.
  • A Debit/Credit card (where fees are due) –your card number, CVV number and expiry date. Most major cards are accepted: e.g. Visa Credit/Debit, MasterCard, Laser, Solo.

Grant Holders:

If you are in receipt of a grant, you must select the “Pay Now” option to pay the €125 Facilities Fee and to process your registration. You must also submit your SUSI reference number as part of your registration. Northern Ireland students in receipt of a loan or grant from the Student Finance NI must submit proof of grant approval to the Academic Administration Office (Room W147) as soon as possible but no later than the 31st October, 2018. (Located in the TK Whitaker Building near the Main Reception).

 


Not in Receipt of a Grant:

 

Want to Pay in Full?

If you are a student NOT in receipt of a grant, you may opt to pay your fees in full. To do so, you must select the “Pay Now” option.

 

Want to Pay in Instalments?

If you are a student NOT in receipt of a grant and opt to pay your fees in two instalments, you must select the “Pay Later” option and follow the instructions onscreen. 

Please note that if you are paying fees in two instalments, you must pay €125 plus 50% of the Student Contribution (plus 50% of any Tuition Fee, if applicable) now, and the balance by 31st January 2019.

The onus is on you, the student, to pay your fees in full by 31st January 2019
Dundalk Institute of Technology is collecting the Facilities Charge as disclosed agent on behalf of DkIT Sport Ltd.

 


Collection of Student ID and Handbook:

 

If you complete your registration online, DkIT will issue your Student ID Card and Student Handbook for the new term. Student cards can be collected from the Old Student Bar in the Faulkner Building from week commencing Monday 17th to Wednesday 19th September and Monday 24th to Wednesday 26th September 2018 at the following times:

Monday   10.30 to 12.30  14.00 to 16.00
Tuesday   9.30 to 12.30  14.00 to 16.00
Wednesday   9.30 to 12.30  14.00 to 16.00

 


Late Registration:

 

If you do not register on time you may incur a late registration fee of €100.00.

 


By registering with Dundalk Institute of Technology you are agreeing to be bound by all DkIT regulations, policies and procedures, and to pay all outstanding fees, if applicable, or provide proof of grant approval. It is important that you familiarise yourself with all DkIT regulations that apply to you as a DkIT student, these are referenced in your student handbook

Please ensure you are familiar with the “Procedures for the Collection of Student Fees”.If you fail to pay in line with the above instructions, you may have services withdrawn in line with the “Procedures for the Collection of Student Fees”. These services include email, Moodle, Library access, and access to examination results, graduation, and academic records.

If you have any query regarding Registration please email registration@dkit.ie 

Questions About Registration?

  • Registrations
  • Academic Administration Office

 

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