SUSI Extend Application Deadline After System Crash

The deadline for students to apply for grants for the upcoming year has been further extended until Monday at midnight.

The deadline had been midnight on Thursday, however the online system of Student Universal Support Ireland, aka SUSI, crashed and was down for around two hours.

It is understood that it was the number of applicants trying to submit online applications that cause the site to go down.

SUSI have said that they system is now back up and working properly, and that no student data was lost during the failure.


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