All students applying to FIE programs are subject to the admissions criteria within our Admissions Policy & Procedure, as well as any other policies your home institution may require.
Route 1 (Individual Admissions)
If your college or university does not have a relationship with FIE and is not listed on the drop-down list of MyStudyAbroad@FIE home page, you are an Independent Student and still eligible to participate in FIE programs in London, Dublin, and Amman. To apply to a program, go to MyStudyAbroad@FIE and select Independent from the drop-down list of colleges and universities.
Step 1: Review the list of FIE Independent Programs to determine the best options for your academic needs.
Step 2: Meet with your study abroad advisor at your home campus to discuss course equivalencies and whether you qualify for financial aid or scholarships.
Step 3: Apply to an FIE program via the FIE Independent Programs list. Please note: your university may have additional application requirements. Check with your study abroad advisor for more information.
Step 4: Select the term for which you wish to apply (e.g. Spring Semester, 2018)
Step 5: Create your application
Step 6: Complete and submit your pre-decision application
Step 8: FIE’s admissions staff will review your application within approximately 5 working days of the completion of your pre-decision application materials
Step 9: If you meet our admissions criteria and your participation is approved, FIE’s admissions staff will change your application status to Accepted and notify you via email. You will be required to log back into your application, read a list of important documents and confirm your commitment to the program
Step 10: Complete post-decision application materials
Route 2 (Batch Admissions)
If your college or university already has a relationship with FIE, you can select your institution from the drop-down list of options on MyStudyAbroad@FIE. Check with your study abroad advisor to learn which programs are approved by your home institution and whether they have additional application requirements for study abroad programs.
Step 1: Select your home institution from the home page drop-down list
Step 2: Select the term for which you wish to apply (e.g. Spring Semester, 2018)
Step 3: Create your application
Step 4: Complete and submit your pre-decision application
Step 5: FIE’s admissions staff will review your application immediately. Please note your application will not be considered complete until FIE receives a completed and signed Study Abroad Advisor Confirmation Form from your study abroad advisor This is needed in order to confirm your home institution's approval of your participation in the program. This form is sent directly by FIE's admissions officer to your study abroad advisor.
Step 6: If you meet our admissions criteria and your participation is approved, FIE’s admissions staff will change your application status to Accepted and notify you via email. You will be required to log back into your application, read a list of important documents and confirm your commitment to the program
Step 7: Complete post-decision application materials
Please note, all applications close at 11:59 pm GMT on the deadline date.
|FALL SEMESTER PROGRAMS||London/Dublin Business School: April 15
Trinity College Dublin: April 1 University College Dublin: April 15
|FALL QUARTER PROGRAMS||London: April 15|
|WINTER QUARTER PROGRAMS||London: October 15|
|SPRING SEMESTER PROGRAMS||London/Dublin Business School: October 15
Trinity College Dublin: October 1
University College Dublin: October 15
|SPRING QUARTER PROGRAMS||London: January 15|
|SUMMER PROGRAMS INCL. QUARTER||London/Dublin/Amman: March 15|
Admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis.
All offers are made in writing and acceptance is made in accordance with the procedures for admissions and academic requirements, the dates by which the procedures are to be completed, and the dates by which any fees and charges are to be paid.
FIE reserves the right to withdraw an offer and cancel the enrollment of any person where an offer is made on the basis of incomplete or inaccurate information supplied by the applicant or certifying authority.
FIE reserves the right to impose intake quotas on any course, or withdraw an offer if there are insufficient enrolments to make the course viable.
Potential applicants are strongly advised to visit the FIE website and their study abroad office in their home campus (study abroad office, academic department, and/or registrar’s office) for advice about their chosen courses before making a formal application and to determine their home institution’s policy on credit transfer.
PRE-APPLICATION IDENTITY & DIVERSITY QUERIES
Study abroad students of all backgrounds face unique challenges in adjusting to their host country and cultural nuances. FIE encourages students to reflect that as a study abroad student, you bring more than just physical belongings with you to the host country, but also your personal culture, background, experience, values, interests, and identity.
FIE seeks to support students with their adjustment process as much as possible. As you are preparing to apply for your FIE study abroad programme, please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, concerns and support needs around aspects related to your identity, such as diversity, background, LGBTQ+, religion and faith, first generation, disabilities, veteran or any other aspects related to your own self.
ADMISSIONS APPEALS, COMPLAINTS, AND FEEDBACK
A letter of appeal submitted by a person other than the applicant will not be considered. Applicants must present new and compelling information that was not contained in the original application. The outcome of the appeal will be provided to the applicant within two weeks of receipt of the appeal.