STUDY IN IRELAND

Overseas study in Ireland know about Ireland study

Located on the northwestern tip of Europe, it is one of the places in the world where it will be worthwhile even if time is lost. To uncover ancient myths and legends, to explore the amazing landscape and to the locals who will be more and more happy to reveal our hidden gems, just go where the island of Ireland takes you. Ireland is an energetic country with an energetic, vibrant, young population and a successful, technically oriented economy, but remains a country where music, conversation, culture, traditions, to relax, listen and make friends there is time. A country with cultured, metropolitan cities, famous for its beautiful, unaffected countryside and scenery. Part of the European Union family of nations and cultures and an increasingly integrated European education sector. 

Why should we study overseas in IRELAND ?

Ireland is a nationally prestigious country for high quality education on a solid foundation of commitment to excellence. Ireland is a beautiful island, associated with the country with contemporary modern cities, which are steeped in the city’s history and lush with rich natural habitat. Famous for friendship, our safe, English-speaking country welcomes students from all over the world. A Friendly, Safe Country – International students have enriched campus communities around the country and our hospitable nature is an unforgettable experience combined with the fun of living in Ireland. 

This will include the total cost which are :

Tuition fees differ depending on the institution and the study program selected by students, however, details below will give the indicative Fees: Tuition Fees–Diploma Programs: 7,000€ to 9,000€ per year 

Bachelor Degree: €9,100 – €16,500 a year for courses in Business, arts, design, science and IT. Engineering is between €9,100 – €20,300. Medicine related course had higher fees between related €31,000 – €45,000 Postgraduate & Masters Degree Courses: €9,150 – €18,000 per year for Business, arts, design, science and Technology courses.

How to apply for study in Ireland

Application – it requires Students to submit their educational and work experience documents as per the guidelines of the institute. If the student meets the guidelines, then the institute issues guidelines letter of offer ‘to the student. The application process time is different for all institutes however average process time is between 1 week to 4 weeks. Master’s degree and Research applications usually take longer than this to process. 

Visa – Process time for Visa application outcome is 4-5 weeks for most of the complete applications. The Local embassy in person or by phone can interview students for further clarification on the visa file. The student’s file will be deposited to the nearest VFS and will be processed by the local Irish Embassy in India.

Accommodation Information

Most Institutes offers on-campus housing ranging from shared condominiums to dormitory-style housing. Costs for these may include meal plans and or other utilities such as phone and internet connections. Third level / higher education students have several accommodation options available to them. Most third-level institutions have on-campus 

Student residences often resemble small villages with on-site facilities such as shops, laundresses, restaurants. Aspiring students should contact the host institution for further details.

Private rental: Another popular option, especially in the main cities, is self-rented accommodation, often shared with other students. We advise students opting for this kind of accommodation to arrive in the country two or three weeks prior to the start of the academic year to secure a place in a house/apartment. 

Host Family: Some third level students who opt for host family accommodation. This can be a good opportunity for those leaving home for the first time as it helps them integrate into the local community and the Irish way of life. It normally provides students with their own room and with morning and evening meals. Host family accommodation costs € 125- € 180 per week. 

Temporary Accommodation: Hotels, Hostels or Motels is what you can choose to initially stay at Local hotel or Motel close to the campus for a temporary period, costs of such accommodation on single occupancy vary from €50- 120€per night. 

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