Springboard+ Programme - Course applications - FAQs

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FAQs - Course Applications - Springboard Courses in Galway

Posted 22 December

Our Springboard courses are proving very popular, but there are still places available, so please do get your application in as soon as possible. Before you do here are the most frequently asked questions about the Springboard+ application process.

The information in these FAQs and answers are correct to the best of our knowledge. Do please check on the official Springboard course guidance pages if you need more information. 

On this page: Springboard+ Programme applications - FAQs

See also:

Springboard+ Programme Eligibility FAQs

How to choose which Springboard course is right for you - FAQs

Springboard funding FAQs

How the Springboard programme is delivered - FAQs

How many courses can I do together? Can I choose more than one course?

You can enrol on multiple modules under the July Stimulus as long as they don’t exceed 30 ECTS (3 modules in total).If you choose one of the Certificate Programmes, then this would be the only course you can take, as it is comprised of two or more modules. If you choose a modular course, you can select up to three modules, to amount up to a maximum of 30ECTS.

Can you take a Springboard course if you don't live in Galway? I don’t live in Galway. Can I study only online?

Yes, all classes will be delivered online. All Springboard programmes are delivered on a part time basis to facilitate a flexible learning approach.

How can I apply for these funded programmes?

The application process is simple and straightforward. Applicants must first complete the GBS Springboard application form and submit it to admissions@galwaybusinessschool.ie. A member of our admissions team will be contact outlining the documentation that is required.

How many places are available for funding? When is the deadline for application?

Only 15 funded places are available through the Springboard+ initiative These places are filling up quickly so early application is advised to avoid disappointment. When these funded places are full, there will be no more additional places available.

When are the Springboard courses starting?

Some courses will begin the week of the 1st February 2021 and run for 18 weeks, other will commence in September 2021. This will include 12 contact weeks of lecturers with a mid-term and Easter break, revision weeks and an examination week. 

Always check with the team about course availability, we might run extra dates throughout the year for funded courses. 

When is the deadline to pay my fees, if applicable?

Not everyone has to contribute to the cost of the Springboard programmes, and in many cases these are totally free (see Eligibility FAQs) In order for the application to be complete, all documentation must be provided, together with the acceptance letter signed and dated, and payment of any applicable fees. So payment needs to take place as part of the process. As you’ll see above, time is of the essence as places are so limited. If you don’t pay when instructed, you will be at risk of losing your Springboard+ place. But don’t worry, we’ll tell you clearly the moment you need to pay.

Can I apply online?

Please contact a member of the team on info@galwaybusinessschool.ie or admissions@galwaybusinessschool.ie and we will be more than happy to assist you. That’s the fastest way. 

 If you have any different questions, or you’re uncertain in any way, please do get in touch with us. We’re happy to help you. Below you’ll find more FAQs that might answer your questions.

Jump to our other Springboard course FAQs

Springboard+ Programme Eligibility FAQS

How to choose which Springboard course is right for you - FAQs

Springboard funding FAQs

How the Springboard programme is delivered – FAQs

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