STUDY IN IRELAND
Ireland is acclaimed for its excellence in education. It is the only English speaking country in the Euro zone. The beauty and cultural richness of Ireland makes it a perfect place for the students from various parts of the world.
Why study in Ireland?
- Ireland is known as the global hub of technology. It is home to about 1000 multinational companies including the top companies like Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Apple, Intel, Oracle, Dell and IBM to name a few.
- The courses in Ireland are more evolved and specialized. Cloud computing, Big Data etc were born as a result of such effective education system.
- Irish educational qualifications are recognized and appreciated worldwide.
- Ireland opens the doors for employment with its post study work visa for 24 months to seek employment further progressing to a work permit or green card.
- Irish Government offers huge grants & scholarships under various schemes for International students.
- Ireland is recognized as the friendliest country in the world by Lonely Planet(Lonely Planet is a Travel Guide Book Publisher).
- Ireland is known for its best work culture.
- Ireland offers Bachelors, Masters , Diplomas & PHd programmes in Business, Finance, Engineering, Software developing, Nursing, Radiology, Pharmacology, Hospitality, Logistics and many other courses.
Education system in the Ireland
Higher education in Ireland consists of universities, institutes of technology, colleges of education, and specialist colleges. Side by side with technology courses, the institutes of technology cover a wide range of vocational programs in subjects including hospitality, healthcare, media, textiles, etc. Specialist colleges on the other hand offer courses in a single subject area. However, overseas education in Ireland attracts a major chunk of Indian students in literature, technology, communications, history, and environmental studies.
There are four degree-awarding bodies: The National University of Ireland (UCD, UCC, DCU, and Maynooth), Dublin University, Dublin City University and the University of Limerick. Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) is the awarding body for third-level educational institutions outside of the university sector
WORK RIGHTS AND STAY BACK
- 20 Hours per week (40 Hours during vacation).
- 2 Year stay back
Cost of Studying in Ireland
- Engineering €9,100 – €20,300
- Science & Technology €9,100 – €16,500
- Arts & Humanities €9,100 – €15,500
- Business €9,000 – €15,500
- Engineering €9,150 – €18,000
- Science & Technology €9,150 – €18,000
- Arts & Humanities €8,900 – €20,000
- Business €9,150 – €18,800
COST OF LIVING
- Around €10000 per annum.
Eligibility Test Requirements
- IELTS or TOEFL scores as a proof of English Proficiency.
- Diploma programs: IELTS Overall band score of 5.5 & TOEFL: 75
- Bachelor’s Degree: Overall band score of 6.0 & TOEFL: 80
- Masters Programs: Overall band score of 6.0 & TOEFL: 80
When and how to apply?
Following are the Top Universities in Ireland for MS (Masters):-
- Trinity College, Dublin
- University College, Dublin
- National University of Ireland, Galway
- Dublin City University
- University College, Cork
Ireland, home to some of the finest higher education institutions, stands on the 8th place in the world for the number of universities in the list of Top 500 universities. The country offers some of the top universities in the world and students can find a myriad of courses and study programs to choose from.
To study in Ireland, you must apply for a student visa online using the AVATS system. You will be required to upload all the relevant documents, failing to do which might result in your visa application being denied.