FAQ - Ireland

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People of Ireland are well- known for their friendly nature and welcoming attitude which greatly contributes to attraction with which foreign students adapt to student life in Ireland. Education obtained from universities of Ireland is internationally recognized and highly valued across the world for employment and higher study purpose. To know more reasons to study in Ireland click here: Top reasons to study in Ireland

For Indian Students, Ireland is one of the most attractive destinations to study abroad. One of the most significant reasons to study in Ireland is the quality of education provided in some of the best universities there. There are many Scholarship programmes offered by  Irish universities and governments for Indian students. To know more about it click on the given link: Study in Ireland for Indian Students


Unfortunately, you cannot study for free in Ireland. One of the best ways to study in Ireland for free is to get scholarships like NUI Galway Hardiman Scholarship. Trinity Business School Scholarship etc. For more details on the scholarship click on the link: Scholarships in Ireland . One can also do a part-time job along with studies to finance their study on their own and also can gain new experience with it which will help them in future career development.

Tuition costs differ based on the course and university you have chosen. It also depends on whether you are an EU student or non-EU student. They also fluctuate so make sure to double-check the fees with your chosen universities before you begin the application process. For non-EU students, on an average basis, tuition fees at public universities range from 6,000 – 12,000; EUR/year for the undergraduate degree programs; and for the Postgraduate / Master programs and for research courses the university tuition fees in Ireland by Public universities range from 6,150 – 15,000 EUR/year. To know more about overall cost click on the link: Cost of studying in Ireland

 Masters in Ireland is a prestigious and affordable option for students from all over the world. There are many reasons why one should opt for masters in Ireland. An international outlook is one of the main reason. Irish universities have a wide range of  Masters programmes to offer to international students. Even though there are many employment opportunities in Ireland. To know more about masters click here: Masters in Ireland

To start your studies in Ireland first you have to choose the university in which you want to take admission and which course to pursue. In the next step apply to those selected universities in Ireland. In Ireland out of 34 Universities, the student can apply to 9 Universities through “postgraduate application CLG” website. For all the other Universities, the student will have to go to the website of that particular University and apply individually. To read more details about the application process click here: How to Apply to Universities in Ireland?

As the most attractive destination for abroad study Ireland have a number of courses to offer to international students. There are wide ranges of graduate, undergraduate and post-graduate courses which are the best courses for the international students who want to study in Ireland. An international student can study management, journalism, web development and so on. For more details about the courses in Ireland click here: Top courses to study in Ireland

Ireland provides various opportunities in almost every academic interest when looked for studying in Ireland without IELTS. Excellent courses in a variety of fields are offered by universities in Ireland like conflict studies, sports science, computer engineering, peace etc. Even English language training courses are offered by many Irish colleges and universities for pupils who want to study in Ireland without IELTS.

Ireland has many cities providing a high quality of education like city of Dublin, the city of Cork etc. You can study in many well-known universities in Ireland like Dublin City University, Dublin Institute of Technology, Griffith College, Maynooth University, Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork etc. For more details about universities of Ireland click here: Universities in Ireland

A gap in the study will significantly lower your chances of getting an admission not only in Ireland but anywhere in the world. If you have the documents proving that you have relevant work experience or internship that is in the field of your study, the admission committee will consider that.

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