Registration and Fees

Find out how to register as a student, how to pay fees, and what financial supports are available

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Whether you are a new student or a continuing GMIT student, we've got the information you will need to register for your course right here.

Find out what fees you need to pay and how to pay them, as well as the financial supports available.

Remember - first, you need to register online, and then pay your fees online (payment options available).

Note: Registration for Lifelong Learning courses at GMIT is dealt with by the Lifelong Learning Office - details are on the individual course pages.

 

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