Part Time Application Form

Applications for Part-time enrolment should be made directly to the College by completing the application form below. 

Applications for part-time undergraduate study for Semester 1 2024/25 are now open. Applications close on 8th August 2024.

There are eight sections within the application form. Before starting your application, you need to:

  • Have electronic copies of your Photo ID and education/training qualifications ready
  • Familiarise yourself with the programme structure before completing the form. If you are unsure, you can contact the Admissions Office for guidance. Part-time learners (accredited) will not be permitted to take subjects from different stages (years) of a programme, unless it has been approved by the Programme Director.
  • Supporting documentation (certificates etc.) for your application may be sent to

For information and guidance, applicants should contact the Admissions Office on 059 9153243 or

After submitting your application, you will be

  • Invited to attend for interview as part of the application process. Interviews will be arranged by the Admissions Office, in conjunction with the Office of the Registrar
  • Applicants for PC414 BA (Hons) in Psychology may be required to complete a Mathematics Computation Test arranged by the College.
  • Your application will be assessed on the completion of your application form and interview.
  • Carlow College, St. Patrick’s does NOT have a limit on the number of places offered to Part Time learners, with the exception of BA (Hons) in Psychology which has a quota of five places for part-time students.

Data Protection

  • Carlow College, St Patrick’s takes every appropriate measure to protect and manage personal data appropriately.
  • Part Time Learner Application records are shared only with Carlow College, St Patrick’s staff who require them for their duties.
  • Information on how Carlow College, St Patrick’s manages your personal data and your Data Protection rights is detailed in our Privacy Notice for Learners.
  • Your consent is requested on the Application Form for use of disability and learning difference data in order to support you during the application process.
  • Your consent is also requested to send disability and learning difference data to the College’s Disability Service, part of the Academic Resource Office, if you go on to accept a place with us. The Disability Service will contact you in respect of the services that it offers.