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Study in IRELAND

  • Promising Country: Ireland is a part of the EU- European Union and is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. It is also declared one of the friendliest countries by a recent survey by Lonely Planet travel.


  • Quality Education: Ireland has over 2,00,000 international students who vouch for the standards of education followed by colleges/universities in Ireland.


  • Temperate Weather Conditions: Ireland is known to have better climate than UK as temperature rarely drops below freezing and it rarely ever snows. It is also a safe and friendly environment for one to live, work and study.


  • Flexible and Conducive: Ireland is known to be flexible in terms of course options and career choices. It has a 1 year Master's degree. Ireland also provides an MBA degree for freshers. Hence, no prior work experience is required. International Students also have the flexibility to work part-time (approximately 20 hrs/week)


The higher education system in Ireland includes university set-up, the technological set-up, and private colleges. Education has been playing a major role in establishing Ireland into one of the fastest growing economies in the world.

Intakes:The major intakes offered by Universities in Ireland are in September and few of them have an additional intake in February.

  • International students applying to Ireland have to prove their proficiency in English by taking either ToEFL/IELTS.

      Other set of documents required would be:
    • Academic Mark sheets
    • 2 Letter of Recommendations
    • Work Experience Proof
    • Statement of Purpose
    • Updated CV/ Resume

  • What is the cost of living?

    Living expenses vary depending upon several factors like location of University, type of accommodation etc. However, as per our estimate, a student will spend between £6,000 and £11,000 per year.


  • What is GNIB and why should I register with it?

    All international Non-Irish students must register with the Garda National Immigration Bureau (GNIB) after arrival and after completion of registration at your third level institution. The GNIB will issue you with a residence permit/GNIB card.


  • Can I work Part-time?

    Yes, all international students are allowed to work 20 hours/week during study period and 40 hours/week during holiday period.


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