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Admission Requirements

Ireland has some rules laid down as part of the study abroad programs. If a potential candidate is looking for admissions, then get ready with the following:

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    A copy of the applicant’s passport
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    Academic Transcripts
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    Letter of Recommendation (LORs)
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    Statement of Purpose (SOP)
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    A CV (if asked)
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    Proof of Funds/Scholarships
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    Proof of medical insurance
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    Offer Letter
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The Irish education system is very competitive academically and financially. One should plan their education expenditure accordingly. A scholarship in an Irish university is a prestigious affair.

Apply for the following:

  • Undergraduate Merit Scholarship
  • The Naughton Scholarship
  • St. Vincent de Paul Scholarship
  • IPRA Foundation Peace Research Grants
  • Global Excellence Scholarship
  • Anonymous Hope Fund
  • Rotary Global Grants
  • Institute of Current World Affairs Fellowships


Visa Options

Long Stay ‘D’ Visa

Cost - EUR 100

Type- Study

The Ireland Student Visa is a “Long Stay ‘D’ Visa” that allows one to study for full-time programs and a multiple-entry visa will cost EUR 100 or 8,933 INR. To acquire one such visa you need to comply with immigration laws. After landing, the candidate ne


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Career + Work Opportunities

Ireland has a beautiful landscape and a standard lifestyle. Career and work opportunities are something that anyone would want in this country. Study abroad students here can do part-time jobs and can earn while they study.

Part-time Work Opportunities

When it comes to part-time work, the average wage per hour of work stands at EUR 12 in Ireland. While you remain under the student visa you can work only 20 hours a week. For part-time gigs one may work as research assistant, barista, library etc.

Post Study Work VISA

Once the candidate completes the program, they will be able to obtain a post-study work permit for up to 24 months. After working in the country for 5 years under a work permit you can apply for a PR too.


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Why Study In Ireland

Studying abroad in Ireland opens up a lot of possibilities and rights that one can avail and learn from. The applicants can choose their interests from a wide range of programs. While applying for the program, one can opt for scholarships and aid. The successful completion of a course also entitles you to a stay back. Thus, a candidate’s invested money shows results when it comes to migrating there. Ireland is very cultural when it comes to that and people from all over the world. One gets exposed to all of this while studying and what’s more the study abroad student can obtain social security benefits (PPS) like any other citizen. Furthermore, a scenic country with less pollution is a surplus!

Study in Ireland for Indian Student

Indian students will find some striking similarities as both countries have huge populations in terms of the young generation. High-ranking universities, global communities and opportunities in global corporations are many of the things to name. To make it better, it's an English-speaking country that has one of the best education systems in the world. Thus, Indian students will be able to adjust well. They can be part of a larger world by working part-time jobs. Universities will offer you the following:

Global Businesses: While you study in Ireland, you get familiar with the biggest brands in the world and their work ethics. You can apply for internships and post the completion you can work there as well. This is professionally enriching and they pay well even for part-time.

Multiculturalism: While India is multicultural too, Ireland has a very respectful take on it. Your human rights are safe and you get to see the best that various ethnicities and cultures have to offer. This opens you to a broader world. A mosaic of lifestyles waits for you.

Professional Programs: Most of the programs in Ireland are professionally inclined and are taught to survive in the real world. You get all kinds of tools to survive besides mere classroom teachings.

Why Study in Ireland

Ireland is a historic place with a long tradition of culture and independent nature. Ireland understands the value of education, research and human values while pursuing it. The education system will ensure that you learn and grow as an individual and contribute to the world.

World-Ranked Universities: Ireland houses half a dozen of world-ranking universities that offer the best. However, the rest of the universities also compete with them and prepare for research.

Teaching Methods that Focus on Research: a non-research-centric program has no value. Hence, Ireland makes sure that human resources are utilized properly. Research is more valued.

Cash for innovation: With the recent Brexit, Ireland is a hub of global business now. All the big companies are establishing themselves in and around Dublin. A boom of innovation centered in Ireland is waiting.



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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, medical insurance is necessary for Indian students or any international students who are not part of the EU. The insurance should cover hospital cover for accidents and diseases. The candidate needs to show proof. The minimum cost of a medical insurance in Ireland is €150 to €180. After a year you’ll be considered “ordinarily resident in Ireland” and thus will benefit from the healthcare.
What is the estimate for a study abroad master’s program in Ireland?
To study abroad for a masters in Ireland, it will cost around € 5,000 to € 22,000 a year. On the other hand, living costs in Ireland would be around € 7,000 to € 12,000 for an Indian student. But the good part, there are part-time jobs on and off-campus where a student can work and pay their monthly expenses.
Are scholarships and part-time jobs enough to survive in Ireland as a study-abroad student?
Yes, it is very much possible to sustain yourself if you have got scholarships or any kind of student aid and a part-time job to pay your daily or monthly expenses. However, you cannot pay tuition fees with this income. For initial study abroad months as an Indian student, you must show proof of funds that you can sustain yourself.
What is the bar for applying to study abroad courses in Ireland?
You must go through your desired university’s admission website or portal for what they are expecting or you can contact us for further details and how to get it done. You can apply for up to 10 courses. You would require to have 75% in 12th exam to apply for a bachelor’s and 60% in bachelors to apply for a masters.
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