EU fees for 2019/20 are €15,453
The first instalment is paid prior to registration and details on payment methods will be sent out at Orientation time.
The second instalment is due the following January.
Non EU fees for 2019/20 are €45,090
In addition to the course fee, all students are required to pay a Healthcare Screening cost of €290 in Year 1. This covers all immunisations across the four years of the programme.
Students are also required to purchase an iPad mini for use throughout the programme (including clinical years). The cost is in the region of €600. Further information to follow for AY19/20 intake.
The GEMS strongly recommends that applicants undertake appropriate financial planning before making an application to our LM101 course. The University has worked closely with the Bank of Ireland to develop a comprehensive Tailored Financial Package for medical students of the Graduate Entry Medical School. The package includes consideration of lending to cover course fees and maintenance costs. An application for either fees or maintenance does not constitute an offer. Lending criteria and terms and conditions apply and each application is individually assessed. The Bank of Ireland operates a branch on campus within the Stables complex, and staff would be happy to advise prospective applicants in advance of their application. Contact details may be found on their information sheet.
An Access Scholarship scheme supported by the Atlantic Philanthropies is open to EU applicants for the LM101 course. Please note that the scheme is specifically targeted towards applicants who have previously entered third level education via a recognised Access route. Further details are available here.
We advise all students on the programme to purchase a laptop and a mobile device. Special prices are available to students.
Please ensure that you read ITD's document "Computing Services for Students".
In Ireland, the 'Internship' is the first year of medical practice following graduation from Medical School. During the Intern year, medical graduates are provisionally registered with the Medical Council. Full registration with the Medical Council follows successful completion of the Intern year.
To date there have been sufficient Intern places available for all Irish/EU medical school graduates. In line with government policy, as the number of medical graduates increases, the number of Intern places is also expected to expand.
For International students in all Irish medical schools, the future is less certain to the extent that Government policy is to advise all overseas students that for them, INTERNSHIP PLACES CANNOT BE GUARANTEED. However, UL will do everything in its power to optimise the employment prospects and opportunities for further training for all of its students following their graduation. For example, in the case of North American students, we support students seeking elective placements in teaching centres in Canada and the US, so that students can form relationships that will later help them to secure good residency training programmes.