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First Year (Y1) Full Time


First Year (Y1) Full Time Registration Checklist and Schedule       

Note :

Year 1 students who accepted their CAO offer will receive a letter from TU Dublin Blanchardstown by Thursday 29th August.


Identify the course you have been offered through the CAO and please follow the below steps:

Action How / Where


Pay Your Fees or Submit SUSI Grant Reference

Read Payment / Grant instructions here

before doing your Online Registration

2 Register Online before coming to college on your first day:

To Register Online Click here


Students who have previously attended a third level Institute/University (excluding PLC/FETAC)


Where you have indicated nationality as Non EU


Please complete and submit the attached         Student Fee Declaration Form


Please read the following leaflet

Tuition Fee Notice Prior to Registration in TU Dublin Blanchardstown


Student ID

Please call to the Connect Building on your first day on Campus


Garda Vetting is mandatory for students registered on the following courses:  

  • Horticulture
  • Applied Social Studies in Social Care     
  • Early Childhood Care & Education
  • Community & Youth Development         
  • Sports Management & Coaching

Click here for full information on the Garda Vetting process and to download the NVB1 Garda Vetting form.

You are required to download and complete the NVB1 form and bring it with you on your first day, along with the original and a photocopy of one of the following:

  • Passport
  • Irish Public Services Card
  • Irish Driving Licence
6 See Equipment list for Horticulture Students

Horticulture list:Click Here

(Open in Google Chrome)

7 Letter Confirming Registration / Forms to be stamped

SID (Student Information Desk) in Connect Building will provide letters and stamp forms when online registration is complete and Student I.D Card received

8 Parking / Shuttle Bus / Location

For Campus parking Click here

For Shuttle Bus service Click here

Campus location Click here

9 Student Handbook

A student handbook will be available from September. It is a requirement that all students familarise themselves with the contents of the handbook. It contains useful information on college policies, fees, exams etc. It is a great reference tool for your time in college.

10 Timetables

Your class timetable will be made available on your first day. Timetables will not available before this time

11 Data Collection Notice for your information

Data Collection Notice 2019

(Open in Google Chrome)