If at any time, you wish to defer submission of assignments or written examinations, you must contact the Student Services Administrator in writing (by email or letter), explaining why you wish to defer and to check if you are eligible for a deferral. Notification to other members of staff will not be accepted as an official notice of deferral.
If you decide to withdraw from the course or a given module, you must inform the Student Services Administrator in writing (by email or letter) and complete the appropriate forms as required. Notification to other members of staff will not be accepted as an official notice of withdrawal.
Refund policy: The €100 deposit per module becomes non-refundable once all documents have been received and your application is formally accepted. Written requests for a refund must be submitted to the Finance Administrator in accordance with the following schedule: 100% of all fees (except non-refundable deposit(s)) within three days of the launch day. 90% of all fees (except non-refundable deposit(s)) within seven days of the launch day. 80% of all fees (except non-refundable deposit(s)) within fourteen days of the launch day. 60% of all fees (except non-refundable deposit(s)) within twenty one days of the launch day. 30% of all fees (except non-refundable deposit(s)) within twenty eight days of the launch day. There is no refund after 28 days following the launch day.
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Mar 12, 2018
The MA will be taught by distance learning over two years, with a taught component (60 credits in total) delivered over three semesters of 15 weeks. A dissertation of 15,000 words (30 credits) will be completed in the fourth semester. Read more.
Saturday, November 10th, 2018
The Priory Institute, Tallaght Village, D24
Prospective students will have an opportunity to meet with teaching staff and students and to attend the scheduled lecture on theology by Peter O'Kane OP along with current students. Read more.