The seminar fee, or seminar cost, varies widely between universities.
For instance, the cheapest one-year course in the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Technology Dublin costs €8,000 (€4,800 at the university) while the latest course is €24,000.
If you can find a place to stay for up to five nights, you’ll pay just under €3,000 a night, but if you are staying with your partner or partner’s girlfriend, it’s €15,000, and that could easily rise to €20,000 depending on your own needs.
The university is offering a seminar fee of €5,500 (€3,400 at the cost of the room and board) for the semester starting in June, and it can be renewed up to six times.
It’s possible to upgrade to the full-time course fee of up to €22,000 but the cost will vary depending on the number of students.
You can also look at the prices of other courses at Dublin University.
You can get a course fee from a course offered by the Faculty, a course at the Faculty College or from the Faculty Centre, which covers all courses offered at the institution.
There are no fees charged for a private study session.
The University of Limerick offers a full-day course fee, while the University College of Ireland offers a study fee of around €5 per course.