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About Ireland

Ireland is an island nation on the westernmost edge of Europe. It is the continent's second-largest island (after Great Britain). Ireland is a fantastic country with amazing experience. People fall in love with the place on their first trip. Ireland is the fifth-richest country in terms of GDP per capita.

Why do Indians choose Ireland to study

  Ireland was the favourite destination choice for international students. The Irish have traditionally taken great pride in their hospitality and are renowned for making guests feel at home. The nation not only provides top-notch education but also the safest environment.

  Recently, students have started to favour Ireland as a destination for their study abroad programmes. The nation has top-notch educational institutions.

  Ireland has high-quality educational institutions, and because of the abundance of job prospects the nation offers, Ireland has become one of the top study destinations on the globe.

Types of Universities in Ireland

  Technological University

  Pontifical University

  Colleges

  Institutes of technology

  Ireland national institutions

  Recognized colleges of Irish universities

Cost of Studying in Ireland

Program Cost
Undergraduate Programs 25,000 to 60,000
Graduate Programs 30, 000 to 45,000
Diploma Programs 20,000 to 30,000

Types of Ireland Intakes

Autumn/Fall Intake at Irish Universities

  The majority of courses are offered during the autumn intake at all Irish universities. In Ireland, the fall term typically begins in September.

Spring Intake

  Only a few students attended Irish universities and took fewer of the courses offered in the fall. In Ireland, spring enrollment begins in February.

Scholarship in Ireland

  Scholarships will be provided to successful applicants who are eligible for Irish higher education institutions for one year of study at the masters or PhD levels. The Higher Education Authority is happy to announce a call for applications for an Irish government scholarship for study abroad.

Non-EU and EEA students are eligible for this offer

  Centenary Scholarship: 100% tuition fees waived

  Trinity College Scholarship up to €5000

  NUI Galway: 100% of tuition fees waived; $18,300 for research

  Ontario College Scholarship: 15% Tuition Fees

Cost of living in Ireland

# Cost
Food EUR 164 - 171
Accommodation EUR 410 - 850
Clothing and Medical Services EUR 45-55
Books EUR 73-78
Transport EUR 133 -140

Types of Visa

Short-stay visas

  You should apply for a short-stay "C" visa if you want to visit Ireland for less than three months. If you wish to travel to Ireland to meet someone or for business purposes.

Long-stay visas

  If you want to come to Ireland for more than 3 months, with a "D" visa, you can stay for longer than 3 months, but you must register and get an Irish Residence Permit (IRP).

Transit visas

  If you are travelling through Ireland on your way to another country, you may need a transit visa when arriving in Ireland on your way to another country.

Visa Requirements

  A Valid passport

  Evidence of Tuition Fees

  Proof of Funds

  Cover letter

  Financial Statement

  Affidavit

  Offer Letter from an Educational Institution

  Academic LOR and SOP