Continuing Students

Advice on how to register, where and when to collect your Student ID and more

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We will email an Invitation to Register to your GMIT student email account in mid-August with details on how to register and pay your fees online. 

Data Protection Notice for Students – Please Read.

If you are applying for an add-on programme, you will receive your invitation by post over the summer period.

Once you receive your ‘Invitation to Register’, log on to Online Registration

 

***Register and Pay System is now open for Continuing Students ***

Student Type How will I receive my Invitation to Register? Register and Pay Fee
I am a Continuing Student It will be sent to your GMIT Student Email Account

Click here to Register & Pay

I am a Repeating Student

You must fill out a Repeat Attend or Repeat Exam Only Form

Log into the Student Portal

 

Important Dates

Continuing students in most cases start back on 20th September, 2021.

If you haven’t received your Invitation to Register by then please email onlinestudentreg@gmit.ie

You must register online by 20th September, 2021.  If you haven't registered by this date you will lose access to IT facilities.

 

Important Information

The list below contains links to all the information you need to settle back into GMIT!

1. Online Registration User Guide

2. Fee Payment Options 2021-22 (PDF, 227KB)

3. Material Fee List 2021-22 (PDF, 209KB)

4. Withdrawing from your course (PDF)

*** Students who register online are liable for fees as per the current year fees schedule. Students who fail to complete registration and pay all outstanding fees, will not be allowed to progress to the next stage of their course or graduate from GMIT.***

 

Student ID Cards 

Continuing Students (students who were in GMIT in 2020/21 and are returning to GMIT for the academic year 2021/22)
Your student ID card will be posted to your mailing address from the 13th September 2021 provided you have registered for the academic year 2021/22. 

Please ensure that the correct mailing address is on your registration record - check wfs.gmit.ie

Those registering late may experience a delay in receiving their ID card.

Contact studentids@gmit.ie with queries.

GMIT Guide to Registering Online

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