Carpentry and Joinery - €300
Construction Technology and Draughting - €300
Furniture Craft and Design - €300
Motor Vehicle Maintenance - €300
Introduction to Counselling & Psychology - €260
Holistic Health - €260
Pre University (Arts) - €260
Third Level Access - €280
Office Systems and Support - €260
Business & IT - €260
English Language, Business and Information Technology- €260
Accounting Technician First Year (ATI) - €260 plus ATI Registration and Exam Fees
Accounting Technician Second Year (ATI) - €120.00 plus ATI Registration and Exam Fees
Language and European Studies - €260
English Language with Business and IELTS Preparation - €260
Pre Apprenticeship - Motor Vehicle Maintenance €300
Pre Apprenticeship - Carpentry and Joinery €300
Pre Apprenticeship - Construction €300
• The Annual Programme Participation Contribution (Government Levy) is €200 in addition to the above Course Charges
• Anyone with a current medical Card (valid 29th August 2019) will be exempt from paying the €200.00 Government Levy.
• Students who qualify for BTEA, Student Maintenance Grant or VTOS will be refunded the €200.00 Government Levy when allowances are sanctioned.
PLC courses are free for VTOS students
Once an offer is received a €40 payment is required within three weeks to secure a place on a course. This fee is non refundable.
A registration fee of €40 applies to all Leaving Certificate students.
The course costs €300 or if students have a current medical card the course fee is €173
Please Note: No Cash payments accepted. We welcome all payments by credit/debit cards, postal orders or by cheque. Please make postal orders/cheques payable to CDETB.
PLC students are elegible for Maintenance Grants which are means tested. All new applications are made online to SUSI (Student Universal Support Ireland). Students will have access to information about SUSI grants, BTEA and VTOS funding. Eligible students may be entitled to creche places.
Procedures regarding the admission/enrolment of students to our different courses/programmes are outlined in greater detail in the college’s Admissions Policy.
Applicants whose first language is not English may be required to undertake an English Language Assessment.
All applicants are requested to provide a passport photograph, previous examination results, and a character reference from their previous school or recent employer.
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Repeating may seem like the end of the world but the dedicated and hard-working teachers and staff at Plunket College make repeating less stressful. I'd recommend it to anyone.
"I never thought that I would go to university because of Leaving Cert points, never mind have the opportunity to study in an area (Psychology) where it is so difficult to get a place. I owe how well I did in university in no small part to the year I spent on the Counselling & Psychology course in Plunket College; it was indispensable in getting me where I am now, a second year Psychology student in NUI Maynooth.