Study in Ireland


Consistently ranked in the world’s top 20 countries for exceptional quality of life, peace, and human development, Ireland is increasingly becoming a top choice among Indian students. With a vibrant culture that rewards entrepreneurial spirit and offers multiple opportunities to grow professionally, the country will teach you lessons that go beyond the class curriculum.

  • Irish universities operate the Free Fees Initiative for EU students, enabling those who meet the criteria to avoid paying tuition fees
  • Join 35,000 other international students from over 160 countries
  • The only English speaking country in the Eurozone
  • Irish universities are in the top 1% of research institutions in global research impact
  • Home to companies such as Google, Medtronics and Microsoft
  • Dublin has been voted by Lonely Planet as the world’s friendliest city on multiple occasions

You are eligibile for a two year post study work visa, giving you an opportunity to work and stay back in Ireland.


To be able to study in Ireland, students need a valid visa. This normally takes up to 4 to 5 weeks and it is best to apply well in advance. A Letter of Acceptance from the college, confirming you have been accepted and enrolled on a course of full-time education, involving a minimum of 15 hours of organised daytime study each week and evidence of financial support for tuition fees and living expenses are documents required to issue visas. Along with the visa form, international students in Ireland need to submit personal information, academic qualifications, financial strengths equaling to €10000 for each year as living expenses.

Generally, you are granted a visa for the entire duration of the course and the student visas are Multi Entry Visas.

Students who wish to study abroad in Ireland can apply to the institutions directly or to the Central Applications Office for Undergraduate Programmes.

Documents Required

Attested copies of the mark sheets of Std X, XII, etc.

2 Academic Reference Letters from professors who have taught you most recently.

If you have work experience then at least one work reference letter from the employer who can comment on your professional skills and abilities.

Statement of Purpose.

Curriculum Vitae/ Resume.

Portfolio in case of students applying for Arts and Design courses.

Extra-Curricular Activities Certificates



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