Claim for Tax Relief in Respect of Tuition Fees
Academic year to which claim refers
If any part of the tuition fees has or will be met directly or indirectly by a grant, a scholarship, an employer or otherwise
I declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, all particulars given on this form are correct.
E-mail or telephone number
Name of College or associated College, University or Institution of Higher Education
Insert T in the appropriate boxes
In the case of a post graduate course, conrm if the student
has been conferred with an undergraduate degree
The nature of the payment Amount received / receivable
If you wish to have any tax refund paid directly to your bank account, please provide your bank account details.
(Note: It is quicker to receive payments electronically than by cheque.)
Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA)
Your International Bank Account Number (IBAN) and Bank Identier Code (BIC) are generally available on your bank
account statements. Further information can be found on www.revenue.ie.
It is not possible to make a refund directly to a foreign bank account that is not a member of SEPA.
(Maximum 34 characters)
BIC (Maximum 11 characters)
Note: Any subsequent Revenue refunds will be made to this bank account unless otherwise notied.
Name of Claimant (Individual who paid the fees)
Name of Student
Intended duration of Course (that is, number of years)
Amount of Fees Paid (excluding exam fees)
Tax year for which claim is being made
Note: If you receive a refund or partial refund of tuition fees paid you must notify Revenue within 21 days. Failure to do
so may result in a penalty of €3,000.
Note: Tax relief for tuition fees is only available in respect of approved third level education and foreign language
or information technology courses. Please refer to www.revenue.ie for the list of approved courses.
In the case of an approved Foreign Language or Information Technology
training course, did the student receive a Certicate of Competence?
Is this course on the list of approved courses published on www.revenue.ie?
In the case of Third Level Education, is the course
D D M M Y Y Y Y