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Why Ireland?

Ireland has become one of the prominent study abroad destinations in the recent past due to the excellent education system, welcoming environment and opportunities it has on offer for international graduates. It is estimated that Ireland had around 18,500 students from non-EEA countries coming in. Out of which around 20% of them were Indians.

The average annual tuition fee for post-graduation in Ireland is between €10,000 and €20,000. Other costs such as housing, student visas, medical care, and personal living and travelling expenses are significantly less when compared to other popular destinations. This makes Ireland an option worth considering when comparing with the United States, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Canada.

When should you start applying for universities in Ireland?

Ireland has two intakes for international students
1. Autumn/Semester 1 intake: Starts early September and runs till December

2. Spring/Semester 2 intake: Starts late January and runs till May

Eligibility For Studying in Ireland For Indian Students

Each level of education in Ireland has varying requirements which must be satisfied to gain entry at that level.

The eligibility for admission in an undergraduate degree program in Ireland :
Ø A minimum of 11 years of school education (10 + 2)
Ø Language proficiency certificate (IELTS or TOFEL)
Ø Proof of funds
Ø A valid health insurance

The eligibility for admission in a postgraduate degree program in Ireland :
Ø A valid undergraduate degree from a recognized university
Ø Language proficiency certificate (IELTS or TOFEL)
Ø Proof of funds

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, students must clear the English language proficiency test before they can apply for admission in Ireland. The cut-off scores vary depending on the course you choose and the institution you apply to.

As of 2021, the stay back period for masters & PhD students is 24 months and 12 months for undergraduate students.

An international student can work up to 20 hours a week. As per university regulations you are not entitled to work more. In case of vacation during May, June, July, and August, as well as from mid-December to mid-January, you can work up to 40 hours.

Any work in Ireland will guarantee you €10.20 per hour as of 2021.

With a comparatively higher minimum wage per hour and lesser living expenses, you are expected to meet your cost of living in Ireland.