Why study in IRELAND ?
Irish universities are well-known for their research capabilities, and chances are high that your credentials will be recognised almost anywhere in the world. Many universities also provide internship opportunities to help students acquire practical experience in their field of study.
- Innovation and research
- Extensive choice of courses
- Stay in a safe community
- Great work opportunities and industrial exposure
- Global Business Hub
- Highly developed democracy with a modern economy
Cost of studying in IRELAND
The tuition fees vary between chosen field of study, university and programme. Furthermore, there is a big difference in the tuition fees for European and non-European students. Students from outside the EU and EEA can expect to pay around €9,000 per year as a minimum, with some courses costing up to €30,000 per year.
IRELAND student visa Requirements:
The supporting documentation required for a Student Visa in Ireland includes:
- Valid Passport
- Letter of Acceptance from the college/university
- Proof of payment of the registration and tuition fees
- Proof of financial funds
- Two passport sized photographs
- Study Permit and visa
- Evidence for explaining any gaps in educational history of the candidate
- English Proficiency
- Your University will make you aware of additional requirements if any prior to your application
AFTER YOU GRADUATE:
- This allows non-EU/EEA students who have graduated from Irish higher education institutions to remain in Ireland for up to 24 months to seek employment
- Once a student gains employment, the student becomes eligible to apply for Green Card/Work Permit