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Why Ireland?

Is pursuing your education or higher education in Ireland a good choice? We think absolutely! A friendly, welcoming country full of interesting history, ancient monuments, beautiful surroundings and fun cities to explore—Ireland is all about the ‘craic’ (as they say!) Easily accessible to the UK and Europe for holiday breaks, there is plenty to see around Ireland itself; you can kiss the Blarney stone in Cork, dance to traditional music in Galway, explore Dublin or drive through the hills of Wicklow. Ireland has a world-class education system with many renowned institutions there. The education system in Ireland is world-class and many institutions there hold a lot of global prestige. Ireland welcomes and values its diversity and is committed to increasing its international student and staff numbers in the coming years.

Part-Time & Post-Study Work Visa

Requirements vary based on institutions and selected courses. Students must meet the minimum English language requirement and a minimum academic records.

How To Apply?

Transcripts & degrees certificates

English proficiency score card

Copy of valid
passport

Statement of personal statement

CV and any work experience

References

  • INTAKES & ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
  • COST OF STUDY
  • UNIVERSITIES & COURSES

The academic year for universities in Ireland is September-June, with optional intakes in January and May for selected courses.

Requirements vary based on institutions and selected courses. Students must meet the minimum English language requirement, IELTS score of 6.5 (but may be higher for selected courses), and a minimum academic record of 65% in humanities or 70-80% for STEM courses.

The tuition fee and cost of living will vary depending on institutionand course you choose.

Typical price range for Irish institutions:

Undergrad: €9,850 to €25,500/year

Post-Grad/Master’s: €9,500 to €34,500/year

Doctoral: €9,500 to €34,500/year

Cost of living and accommodation can vary depending on the city, but average cost of on-campus housing is usually between €100-€200/week.

Rights to work & financial aid

International students are allowed to work part-time while studying in Ireland, and gain full-time hours during vacations. For more assistance there are also many scholarships available, so please get in touch if you have any questions. 

On completing graduation, students can also avail options to stay back for one or two years. (please refer Post-Study Work Visa for more detailed information).

There are lots of institutions to choose from throughout Ireland. Let us help you discover yours by showing you some options based on your preferences of cost, location, course of study and the kind of lifestyle you might be looking for while residing there.

Some top institutions to check out:

  • Trinity College, Dublin.
  • Technological University, Dublin.
  • Maynooth University, Maynooth.
  • IBAT College Dublin, Dublin.
  • University of Limerick, Limerick.
  • LIT, Limerick.
  • Dublin City University, Dublin.
  • IT Sligo, Sligo.
  • University College Cork, Cork.
  • National University of Ireland, Galway.
  • University College Dublin, Dublin.

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