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Arrival Information For New & Returning Students

First Day of Lectures in Semester 1: Year 2, 3 & 4 Students: Monday 21st September 2020
First Day of Lectures in Semester 1: First Year Students: Monday 28th September 2020

All arrivals into Ireland from non green list countries are required to restrict their movements for 14 days after arrival.

IT Tralee has procedures in place that arriving students must observe both for their own safety and for the safety of the wider public which all students have been advised of by email and in briefing sessions.

Arrival Information

All arriving student are required to Register for Airport Collection September 2020

Arriving students are not permitted to use public transport under any circumstances. There will be Airport Collections from Dublin International Airport to Tralee. You must book an Airport Collection. There is no cost for the Airport Collection.

Health & Symptom Check

International students are required to complete this health and symptom check daily - from 14 days prior to departure up to 14 days after arrival in ireland.

IT Tralee will be monitoring student responses to this questionnaire on a daily basis.

You must not travel to Ireland if you feel unwell, have tested positive or have symptoms of Covid-19.

Common symptoms of covid-19 include:

  • a fever (high temperature - 38 degrees celsius or above)

  • a cough - this can be any kind of cough, not just dry;

  • shortness of breath or breathing difficulties;

  • loss or change to your sense of smell or taste.

Students who have symptoms or who have tested positive for covid-19 should not travel to Ireland until they have been symptom-free for at least 14 days prior to departure.

Checklist for students Prior to travel

  1. Have you Completed the Online arrivals form? - Register for Airport Collection September 2020

  2. Have you received 'Travel Authority Letter'

  3. Have you completed the online health Questionnaire form daily for up to 14 days prior to departure - HEALTH AND SYMPTOM CHECK

  4. Have you(if possible) downloaded the HSE COVID 19 Tracker app -

  5. Have you completed the online passenger locator form -

  6. Copy of your medical insurance cover

  7. Offer letter

  8. Passport

  9. Have a stock of face masks enough for at least the 14 day restrictive movement phase

  10. Police Clearance certificate - If you programme requires this it would be stated on your offer letter

All students have been briefed and trained online and by email about the necessary procedures. If you are unsure about any aspect please contact

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