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Online Registration – First Year CAO

Congratulations and welcome to TUS!

Before you begin your academic year you will need to be fully registered with the Institute. Registration is required to gain access to a wide range of services and facilities available to our students.

The commencement date of the 2023/2024 Academic Year is: Monday, 18th September for CAO students.

Student Fee, Grant & Payment Information

Fees Due:   

Student Fee for Free Fees eligible students€3,000*

There are a number of programmes which also attract a course specific fee.  Please see Undergraduate Student Information Sheet Undergraduate Student Fee Information Academic Year 2023/24 for details. Course specific fees are not covered by any grant and must be paid in full by the student.

*Tuition fees may apply to some students (e.g. those not eligible for free fees, repeating a year or those who have already spent time in third level education).  Contact the fees office for details.

Fee payment is available to all students in your Banner 9 Student portal available in in your My Apps area.  This is the preferred fee payment option and you are encouraged to avail of this fee payment method.

Option 1 Full Payment €3,000 before 31st October 2023
Option 2(Instalments) First Instalment €1,500 before 31st October 2023   Second Instalment €1,500 before 15th January 2024

Online payment and further details are available at How to Pay Your Fees

Late Fee Payment Penalties
  • Late payment fee applied (non-refundable)
  • Examination Results withheld
  • Progression to next stage of programme withheld
  • Graduation withheld

Online Registration

Students who have accepted a place through CAO can register online from Thursday 7th September 2023.

Once you have set up your Microsoft Office 365 Student account and MFA you can complete online registration. 

Click here for instructions on Registering Online

Click here to register on Banner 9

After completing the registration process, please return to this page and click the button below where you will find Instructions on Student Induction

Student Induction


The university is a Data Controller and will comply with its obligations under existing or future Data Protection and Freedom of Information legislation with regard to the dissemination of personal information to any third party. Technological University of the Shannon, taking into account the changing needs of learners, society and industry, must at times revise programmes, courses or modules.  The Institute, being mindful of the above, and in order to ensure the efficient and effective operation of the Institute reserves the right to change any programme of study, course or module. Only students in good financial standing will continue to have entitlement to Library, IT and assessment privileges.