Education in Ireland

Ireland

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Education in Ireland

 Ireland is the dark horse when it comes to education. Ireland has a state-of-the-art infrastructure with deep research-oriented foundational courses. Irish degree programs are the same as UK equivalents and are globally accepted. There are 8 universities in Ireland, all offering a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programs to over 40,000 students annually. Dublin, the Irish capital, has been voted by Lonely Planet as the world’s most friendly city.   

RK Overseas has a deep understanding of the education visa process for Ireland. Our counselors assist you in choosing the best course based on your interests and background enabling a speedy visa process. Guidance for scholarships to merit students is provided.  

Why
Ireland

Universities in Ireland provide access to wide range of courses to students from India. With worldwide acceptance for Irish degrees, students are at an advantage with the internship programs provided by the universities.

01.

Globally Recognized Courses

02.

Affordable education with option to work

03.

Access to state-of-the-art infrastructure

04.

Cutting-edge Research opportunities

05.

Scholarships for meritorious students

06.

Multicultural Society

07.

Thousands of courses to choose from

08.

Option to study shorter courses within budget

This is a general and cursory list of criteria. RK OVERSEAS’ experienced consultants will review your requirement and provide you with a detailed list to maximize hit rate.

Work While you Study

Students pursuing full-time undergraduate or postgraduate courses have the option to work part-time for 20 hours a week and full-time during holidays. Students should be above the age of 18 years to be able to work. Students can work full-time during the semester breaks

Cost of Study

Universities in Ireland offer an affordable fee structure. The tuition fee depends on the selected program, university, and duration.

Undergraduate Program
€9,000 – €45,000 per year
Postgraduate Master’s Program
€9,500 – €37,000 per year
Doctoral Degree
€9,000 – €30,000 per year

Top 5 Universities in Ireland

QS Ranking 2020 (Globally)
University Name
101
Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin
177
University College Dublin
209
University College Cork
238
Dublin City University
209
University of Limerick

Semester Intake Schedule

There are 2 main intakes for the universities in the Ireland:

Intake 1: Semester 1
Major intake commences in September
Intake 2: Semester 2
Intake commences in January

Student
Visa
Documents

Student visa documentation for Ireland is similar to UK:

01.

A valid passport with minimum validity of six months beyond the period of stay

02.

Educational certificates

03.

IELTS/PTE

04.

Proof of funds to support your tuition fees and living costs

05.

Confirmation of Acceptance from the institution

06.

Color passport size photograph

07.

Any additional requirements will be stipulated by the university