Registration & Orientation

Registration for 2022/2023 Academic Year

 


South East Technological University welcomes the recent budget announcement regarding the reduction in the student contribution fee for eligible students.

Like all other higher education institutions, SETU is waiting for more detailed information from the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, pt老虎机_PT电子游戏-【首页】@ and Science.

Once we have more clarity, we’ll update our students as soon as possible.


Full-time students registering for the academic year 2022/2023 must pay 50% of full fees in order to be registered to gain access to University facilities.

Card Collection Information

Faculty of Business & Humanities
  Registered by: Collect Card: Location:
1st years (including new students in years 2, 3 and 4) Friday 23rd September Tuesday 27th September Student Information Point, Dargan Centre
pt老虎机_PT电子游戏-【首页】@ing students Friday 30th September Tuesday 4th October Student Information Point, Dargan Centre
Postgraduate Friday 23rd September Tuesday 27th September Student Information Point, Dargan Centre
Faculty of Engineering
  Registered by: Collect Card: Location:
1st years (including new students in years 2, 3 and 4) Friday 23rd September Wednesday 28th September Student Information Point, Dargan Centre
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Postgraduate Friday 23rd September Wednesday 28th September Student Information Point, Dargan Centre
Faculty of  Science
  Registered by: Collect Card: Location:
1st years (including new students in years 2, 3 and 4) Friday 23rd September Thursday 29th September Student Information Point, Dargan Centre
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Postgraduate Friday 23rd September Thursday 29th September Student Information Point, Dargan Centre
       
Wexford Campus
  Registered by: Collect Card: Location:
All Wexford Campus students Monday 26th September Wednesday 28th September Library, Wexford Campus
       
Faculty of Lifelong Learning
All Lifelong Learning Students     Will be posted

 

ID Card Replacement

I have lost my student ID card. Where do I go to get a replacement?


There is a €25.00 replacement charge if a card is lost, damaged or stolen. To request a replacement card:

  • E-mail idcard.cw@setu.ie from your Institute e-mail account with a request for a replacement ID card.
  • No replacement student ID cards will be issued on a request from personal e-mail addresses.
  • You may be asked to verify your identity before a replacement card is issued.
  • Once your identity is verified, you will be advised to pay the charge. You may pay this charge through your Student Self Service account.
  • Login to Student Self Service; https://ssb.itcarlow.ie/StudentSelfService/ and choose the ‘Online Payments Option. Pay the replacement ID card charge of €25.00.
  • Your replacement ID card will be posted out to your address.

Online Registration for Continuing Undergraduate Students

Link to online registration for continuing students will be available here » If you have any queries, please contact registration.cw@setu.ie


Grant Holders Undergraduate
Even if you are in receipt of a SUSI award in 2022/2023, you will see a fee liability on your account for 2022/2023 when you log in to register online. You should enter your SUSI number in the appropriate field, this will advise us that you have a complete/ongoing application with SUSI. If you do not enter a SUSI number and do not pay 50% of full fees, you will not gain access to University facilities. If you have entered a SUSI number and not paid 50% full fees at online registration, you will have access to University facilities within 48 hours. 

Non Grant Holders Undergraduate

The Student Contribution Charge for the 2022/2023 academic year is €3,000. If you are not in receipt of a SUSI award you must pay 50% of full fees in order to be a registered student of the University and gain access to University facilities. You will see €1,500 payable on your account during online registration. The remaining €1,500 will be added to your account in early December – this should be paid by 31st January 2023 at the latest. It is possible to pay the full €3,000 in September  – please email registration.cw@setu.ie for instructions. 

Non Grant Holders plus Tuition Undergraduate
Students who have exhausted their entitlement to free tuition fees are required to pay Tuition Fees as well as the Student Contribution Charge. Students must pay their fees in line with the information above.

For more information on SETU Registration and tuition fee charges click on Registration & Tuition Fee Charges
 
Card Collection
The current campus student ID card will continue to be the valid student ID card on each campus. A new student ID card will be issued to all students during the first semester of the 2022/2023 academic year. All cards will be issued by mid-November. Students will be notified during the semester as to when and how their cards will be issued. Cards can be collected on campus at the Student Information Point. Student Card Terms and Conditions
 
Student Handbook
Student Handbooks will be available on campus from the Student Information Point. Further details to follow.
 

Online Registration for Continuing Postgraduate Students

Link to online registration for continuing students will be available here » If you have any queries, please contact registration.cw@setu.ie

SUSI applications can also be made by those applying for a Taught Postgraduate Programme.
 
Card Collection

The current campus student ID card will continue to be the valid student ID card on each campus. A new student ID card will be issued to all students during the first semester of the 2022/2023 academic year. All cards will be issued by mid-November. Students will be notified during the semester as to when and how their cards will be issued. Cards can be collected on campus at the Student Information Point. Student Card Terms and Conditions

Student Handbook
Student Handbooks will be available on campus from the Student Information Point.

 

Online Registration for 1st Year Students

First years will be given information on how to register online during the Orientation sessions that will take place on Friday 16th (online sessions for all), Monday 19th and Tuesday 20th September(on campus sessions). You will not be able to register before Orientation. You can register online from evening of Monday 19th September – you will receive details via email on how to register. You must await this email. When you have completed online registration you will receive your student card. This will be available from the Student Information Point 48 hours after you have completed online registration and paid 50% of the total fee.

Online registration instructions will be explained to you during your online orientation on Friday 16th September.  A one day orientation will take place on campus on either Monday 19th or Tuesday 20th September as assigned below.

Carlow Campus

  • Faculty of Engineering –  details to follow
  • Faculty of Business and Humanities – details to follow
  • Faculty of Science and Health –  details to follow

Wexford Campus

  • Wexford Campus - Details to follow

Full Time Postgraduate Students

Online registration for all full-time postgraduate students will open Tuesday 30th August. Full details will be e-mailed to you, along with information on orientation.   Orientation Schedule »

Faculty of Lifelong Learning Registrations

Online registration for Lifelong Learning students will open Tuesday 30th August Please click here for further details 

 

Orientation and Commencement Dates 2022/2023

SETU Carlow Campus

Continuing students.

Classes commence for all continuing students on Monday 12th September 2022,details as follows:

鈥婦epartment of Business Carlow Campus Years 2, 3, 4 & 5: See here

鈥婣ll other Carlow Campus Continuing students,  For further details please refer to your Class Timetable here.

First year students
  • Step 1: Online Orientation (16 September 2022) - Online Orientation will take place on Friday September 16 2022.

Please join the Zoom link for your specific faculty online orientation as follows:

Faculty of Science
Department of Computing
Department of Science and Health
16 September 2022 at 9:30am to 12.00pm
Join the Online Orientation using this Zoom link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84884307689?pwd=bnRpN2JRSkw3a2FobDlNV3B2blh4QT09
Meeting ID: 848 8430 7689
Passcode: setu

Faculty of Engineering 
Department of Aerospace, Mechanical and Electronic Engineering; 
Department of Built Environment
16 September 2022 at 10:30am to 1.00pm
Join the Online Orientation using this Zoom link:
Meeting ID: 883 3439 9370
Passcode: setu
 

Faculty of Business and Humanities :
Department of Business
Department of Humanities
Department of Sport Media and Marketing
16 September 2022 at 2:00pm to 4.30pm
Join the Online Orientation using this Zoom link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81923482504?pwd=cXlQalNpSDRGZFkwdmVPRE8xRXczZz09
Meeting ID: 819 2348 2504
Passcode: setu

Wexford Campus
16 September 2022 at 2:30pm to 5.00pm
Join the Online Orientation using this Zoom link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89260260139?pwd=YkZoVnFKQU1vTDA0bEJhb3ZtNVEzdz09
Meeting ID: 892 6026 0139
Passcode: setu

  • Step 2: On Campus Orientation and Academic Introduction (19-20 September 2022) - After the Online Orientation SETU will also have an on-campus orientation and academic introduction for all first-year students on either the 19th or 20th of September. This gives students the opportunity to discover your campus before classes start, meet Peer Mentors, find out about what services/ supports are available, get a campus tour and receive an academic introduction to your course.

Date of on-campus
Orientation

First year students
to arrive at

Carlow Campus 
Barrow Centre
Sports Hall

 

 

 

Monday 19th

September 2022

 

 

 

09:30am

Department of Science and Health

 

 

11:30am

Department of Built Environment

12:30pm

Department of Aerospace, Mechanical and
Electronic Engineering

 

 

 

Tuesday 20th

September 2022

 

09:30am

Department of Business

10:30am

Department of Humanities

11:30am

Department of Computing

 

12:30pm

Department of Sport, Media & Marketing

 

  • Step 3- Online Registration (19 September 2022) - Details about online registration will be issued to the e-mail address you used on your CAO application from Monday evening, September 19 2022.
  • Step 4 – Student Card Collection (From 26 September 2022) – Once you have completed registration by Friday 23rd September, student cards can be collected from the week of 26 September 2022, details as follows.

Student cards can be collected at the Student Information Point in the Dargan Centre on the dates below:

Faculty of Business and Humanities                           Tuesday 27th September 2022

Faculty of Engineering                                             Wednesday 28th September 2022

Faculty of Science                                                  Thursday 29th September 2022

Lectures commence. Note: Classes start following Orientation on Monday 19th or Tuesday 20th. Details of how to access your timetables will be given at Orientation.

DARE Student Orientation

First year DARE students should attend the general First Year Orientation programme outlined from 16 September 2022. First-year DARE students will also receive an invitation from the Access Office to complete a Needs Assessment, which will encompass your DARE orientation.

HEAR Student Orientation

First year HEAR students should attend the general First Year Orientation programme outlined from 16 September 2022. First-year HEAR students will also receive an invitation to a HEAR specific Orientation during the week of 26 September 2022.

Mature Student Orientation

First year Mature students should attend the general First Year Orientation programme outlined from 16 September 2022. First-year Mature students will also receive an invitation to a Mature student specific Orientation from during the week of 26 September 2022.

Advanced Entry and Waterford/Wexford Campus Transfer Student Orientation

New students who are commencing studies in 2nd year and above, including those who have transferred from another SETU campus, will commence studies on 12 September 2022 and can access your timetable here.

You are invited to attend any of the online orientation sessions on 16 September 2022, zoom links above.

Apprentices

Apprentice Autumn Term classes commence Monday 19th September 2022.

SETU Wexford Campus

Continuing students.

Classes commence for all continuing students on Monday 12th September 2022. For further details please refer to your Class Timetable here.

First year students

Step 1: Online Orientation (16 September 2022) - Online Orientation will take place on Friday September 16 2022. Please join the Zoom link for your specific faculty online orientation as follows:

Wexford Campus
16 September 2022 at 2:30pm to 5.00pm
Join the Online Orientation using this Zoom link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89260260139?pwd=YkZoVnFKQU1vTDA0bEJhb3ZtNVEzdz09
Meeting ID: 892 6026 0139
Passcode: setu

  • Step 2: On Campus Orientation (19 September 2022) - After the Online Orientation SETU will also have an on-campus orientation and academic introduction for all first-year students. This gives students the opportunity to discover your campus before classes start, to find out about what services/ supports are available, get a campus tour and receive an academic introduction to your course.
  • Step 3- Online Registration (19 September 2022) - Details about online registration will be issued to the e-mail address you used on your CAO application from Monday evening, September 19 2022.
  • Step 4 – Student Card Collection (From 26 September 2022) – Once you have completed registration by Friday 23rd September, student cards can be collected from the week of 26 September 2022, details as follows.

Student cards can be collected at the Student Information Point in the Wexford Campus (date and details TBC):

Lectures commence. Note: Classes start following Orientation on Monday 19th or Tuesday 20th. Details of how to access your timetables will be given at Orientation.

Fees

EU Fees - Full-time Undergraduate

Do I have to pay fees? 

All students are required to pay the Student Contribution Charge of €3,000 for 2022/2023, unless awarded a grant by Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI). If you have received a letter confirming your grant eligibility from SUSI, you may be exempt from paying the student contribution charge of €3,000. In some cases, SUSI may only award a percentage of the contribution charge making you liable to pay the balance.
 
If you are liable to pay tuition fees (not eligible for free fees), SUSI may or may not pay these fees on your behalf, so it is very important you check this with SUSI.
 

If I don’t qualify for a maintenance grant, what fees will I have to pay? 

If you do not qualify for a maintenance grant, you will be liable to pay the Student Contribution Charge. For 2022/2023 academic year this is €3,000. If you are eligible under the ‘free fees scheme’ for Level 6, 7 and 8 programmes, the tuition element of your fees will most likely be paid on your behalf.
For further information on fees log onto www.studentfinance.ie
 

For more information on SETU Registration and tuition fee charges click here Registration & Tuition Fee Charges

Can I pay my fees in instalments?

Fees can be paid in 2 instalments – 50% must be paid during online registration and the remaining 50% by 31st January 2023. Note you will not have access to University facilities until 50% of the total fee has been paid.

What are the consequences of not paying the fees due by the specified dates above? 

Failure to adhere to these arrangements will result in your University facilities being withdrawn including access to University PCs, Blackboard, Library facilities, examination results and possible restricted access to student services including gym membership and parking.

I am repeating and attending classes for some or all modules. What fees will I have to pay? 

If you are repeating and attending a full year of a programme, you are liable to pay full tuition fees and Student Contribution Charge for that programme. If you are repeating only some of a programme you will be liable to pay part of the Tuition Fees and Student Contribution Charge.

If I decide to leave my course what should I do? 

If you decide to leave your course you must complete a Withdrawal from Academic Year form and submit it to the Admissions Office along with your student ID card. This form is also available from the Admissions Office. 

Please be aware that if you withdraw after the 31st of October, there will be fee implications. You will have a fee liability to SETU for the time you attended your course and should you return to 3rd level education in the future you may be liable for fees for the equivalent period of study. Future SUSI grant applications may also be affected.

Online Payments

SETU is committed to providing flexible and efficient services to all students. In recognition of the current economic climate SETU has introduced options to assist those students who are experiencing financial difficulties in paying their fees. You now have the following options when paying your fees:

Undergraduate Students

  1. You must pay at least 50% of the total fee online at the beginning of the year (In most cases, this will be €1,500 as €3,000 is the approximate total fee) and the remaining 50% by 31st January 2023 (Again, this remaining fee is usually €1,500 in most cases). Note you will not have access to University facilities until the first instalment has been paid.
  2. You can pay 100% of the total annual fee (usually €3,000 approximately) online at the beginning of the year.

Student fees must be paid online using either credit, debit or laser cards.  Access our Payment link here

  • Note:  there may be a limit or restriction on the amount you can pay per transaction (this is not a daily limit) and therefore you may be required to complete two or more transactions to pay fees in full.
  • To make a payment you need your Student e-mail address and your password. You must also have pop-ups enabled on your device.

Postgraduate Students

  1. You must pay at least 50% of the total fee online at the beginning of the year (e.g. if total fee is €8,000 1st instalment due at registration is  €4,000) and the remaining 50% by 31st January 2023. Note you will not have access to University facilities until the first instalment has been paid.
  2. You can pay 100% of the total annual fee online at the beginning of the year.

Student fees must be paid online using either credit, debit or laser cards.  Access our Payment link here.

  • Note:  there may be a limit or restriction on the amount you can pay per transaction (this is not a daily limit) and therefore you may be required to complete two or more transactions to pay fees in full.
  • To make a payment you need your Student e-mail address and your password. You must also have pop-ups enabled on your device.