ICHAS Application Form – Courses

Please use the following Form to apply for any of our Full and Part-Time, Undergraduate, or Post Graduate Programmes.

As part of the application process you may have to attach supporting material to your application form. The following checklist will help you to collect and prepare these materials in advance of starting the application process. Also, once started, your application form can be saved on-line for up to 14 days before you need to submit it.

  • Supporting Personal Statement  ( All Level 7,8, and 9 Degree Programmes: entered directly into the form or attached to form)
  • Registration deposit of €100 payable on-line.

Supporting documentation that may be requested at a later stage of the application process: Transcripts of Qualifications/Results ( All Level 8 and 9 Degree Programmes ), Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Supporting documents ( where applicable ), Passport style Photo  ( All Level 7,8, and 9 Degree Programmes)

ICHAS - Application Form

Application Form


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Important: Full-Time courses are presented at our Limerick and Dublin Campuses only.

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Details of Education

Some programmes offered by ICHAS have particular entry requirements and applicants are advised to refer to the prospectus or website for any recommendations regarding prior learning or experience. The information in this section will help us to determine if you may be entitled to any exemptions or credit allocation based on prior learning, or experience.


Education



Educational Qualifications

(University, College, Institute of Technology, Leaving Cert, C&G, FAS etc.)


Important:

Pending the offer of a place on one of our courses you will be required to provide copies of certified results for all Qualifications/Results mentioned above. Results of relevant examinations to be taken/courses yet to be completed should also be provided.


Employment Record

Please provide details of employment, internship, or volunteer work that you feel might be relevant to your application.


Supporting Statement

Please indicate the reasons why you wish to pursue a Degree with ICHAS. You should state all information that may be relevant to your application, e.g. previous experience, volunteer work, reasons for your interest in your chosen subject area etc.


Special Requirements

ICHAS makes every effort to accommodate learners with disabilities, whether physical, learning or otherwise. Such applicants are invited to contact the Administration Office in writing with details of the nature and extent of the disability. The application will be handled in line with ICHAS’ Equality Policy and any disclosure will not adversely affect the application. This will allow us to give you the best advice prior to application.


Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

If offered a place as part of the RPL process you will be required to produce details of formal and informal learning experiences relevant to your application that you feel may support your application or entitle you to exemptions from course or programme modules.

These can be in-company training courses, external general interest courses you pursued of your own accord, or skills acquired from volunteer work. Please indicate what you learned from such experiences and how they contribute to your application. Examples of such personal learning outcomes may include professional skills, time management skills, study skills, organisational skills, assertiveness, empathy, confidence, numeracy, writing skills, knowledge of particular subject areas, team skills and so on.


Garda Vetting Process

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Interview Consent

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Blended Learning Requirements

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Fees & Payment

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Declaration

I declare that I have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions  and that the information given by me in this application is true and that if I am admitted as a student I will abide by the regulations of the Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences. ICHAS reserves the right not to consider applications and to cancel any offers of places where requested information has not been supplied or falsified; or misleading information has been supplied.

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