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APPLICATION UPDATES: GIVEN THE CURRENT COVID-19 CRISIS, OUR ADMISSIONS AND ENROLMENT PROCESSES ARE TAKING PLACE ONLINE. Contact us for further information.
How to Apply
Taking into consideration the individual differences of each new student, we have designed an admissions process that allows us to get to know the student and their family and respond to their particular needs. Limited places.
Stages of the Admissions Procedure
- STEP 1: Request information via the web, email or telephone
- STEP 2: Arrange, (with all security measures and protocols) with the New Students Officer, a visit to the school, if desired.
- STEP 3: Arrange interview and entrance test.
- STEP 4: The Admissions Committee will send the final response to the family as soon as the corresponding decision has been take
For all queries please fill out the enquiry form on this page.
The school closes only for two weeks at Christmas and Easter.
We are a community of teachers, students and families from many different countries. The School Admissions Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org) will offer guidance and support to international families to go thoughout the application process. The whole SEK community will welcome and support the international pupils to help them integrate themselves into school life and Irish culture. Every pupil is continuously monitored by a tutor throughout their academic career.
Students with a non-EU passport may be required to obtain a visa to study in Ireland. We recommend you to check this with the Irish Consulate or Embassy in your country. A visa letter from the school will be made available on request only.
For information on the fees for the 2020/21 academic year please fill out the enquiry form on this page.
The SEK Educational Group offers annual scholarships through the Felipe Segovia Foundation. For further information, please consult the scholarships section to apply.
Instruction is in English along with a strong offering of other modern foreign languages including French, German, Spanish and Irish. SEK Dublin strives to support those students who might have a mother tongue other than English.
Mon – Fri from 08:30 to 16:30.
Saturday from 10:00-13:00 to 15:00