Ireland announces its BACK TO CAMPUS plans
Third-level education…will return safely on-campus in September. The plan for a safe return to campus includes the return of lectures, with some modifications to overall numbers and specific mitigation measures. We need to begin the next academic year on the right foot, getting all our students and staff back on campus. Mr. Simon Harris Ireland’s Minister for Higher Education.
All of Ireland’s higher education institutions have come together to provide COVID-19 guidelines for incoming students. HEIs will ensure the safe and managed arrival of all international students into Ireland for the academic year 2021/22, prioritising the public health of students, staff, and the wider community.
Before You Travel
All international students travelling to Ireland should clearly understand the testing, vaccination, and quarantine requirements for entering the country. It is each student’s personal responsibility to comply with international travel requirements. Click here for Guidelines for International Arrivals
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International Higher Education Greet & Transfer Service
A national ‘Greet & Transfer’ service for international students will be running at Dublin Airport from the 1st August. There will be dedicated ‘Greet & Transfer’ desks in the airport arrival halls. The welcome teams will greet you and coordinate your onward transport from the airport. This is a free service but you must complete your Greet and Transfer Booking Form before travelling. You will have received this form from your higher education Institution. If you have not received this, you should contact your HEI directly.