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Course Fees 2019

Courses in the college are funded by the Department of Education and Skills and SOLAS (the Further education and Training Authority, with support from the European Social Fund. There are no tuition fees for PLC courses for EU/EEA students. Course fees are made up of: Programme Participant Contribution Student Services fee Examination fees Course Specific [...]

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Refund Policy

Cork College of Commerce Day Refund Policy 2019/2020 All requests for refunds must be made in writing and addressed to the Admissions Officer, Cork College of Commerce, Morrison’s Island, Cork. A Refund Request Form is available in reception or by clicking the following link: Refund Request Form. Please read the four situations underneath to see [...]

2019-02-28T16:53:32+01:00

BTEA

BTEA - Back to Education Allowance The Back to Education Allowance (BTEA) is a scheme for unemployed people, lone parents and people with disabilities who are getting certain payments from the Department of Social Protection. The allowance can be paid to people who wish to undertake approved second or third level courses of education. BTEA [...]

2019-02-05T16:52:23+01:00

SUSI Grant

Maintenance Grant (SUSI) Learners attending full-time Further Education courses may be eligible for a means-tested maintenance grant. Information regarding eligibility and application details is available at www.susi.ie. Check your eligibility at susi.ie/eligibility/plc-student/

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VTOS

The Vocational Training Opportunities Scheme (VTOS) provides a range of supports to allow individuals who are unemployed to return to education or training. The scheme allows successful applicants to keep their Social Welfare Allowances while attending their course in the college. All full time day courses in the College are eligible for VTOS. What Benefits [...]

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