Ireland also called as the Republic of Ireland (Eire in Irish) is a country in north-western Europe. It occupies 26 of 32 counties of the island of Ireland. Dublin on the eastern side of the island is the capital and the largest city and accommodates around a third of the country’s inhabitants.

Why Study in Ireland

– Southern Ireland is renowned for its stunning countryside and is also a home for highly-spirited metropolitan cities.

– Post study visa and magnanimous scholarship opportunities are some other reasons to study in Ireland.

– Republic of Ireland welcomes international students with open arms. Universities help you with the arrangement of university accommodation or living off-campus. Freshmen generally live in university accommodation, which is the best place to know other students and make life long friends.

Student Life

Boring lectures, fun and friends – is the usual life of every student in college. But when you have all set your foot in the dream land, making new friends, going to clubs, partying, exploring different art forms, cuisines, etc. can be really exciting. Isn’t it?

Ireland is famous for its architecture and eye-catching landscapes. Students can find plenty of nightclubs in the City centre for clubbing and partying till the wee hours of the night. Also, the country has many impressively ranked international level universities for its students.

Cost of Living

Living expenses in Ireland costs students around €10,000-€12,000 per year in which accommodation costs the most.

  • Accommodation usually costs around €450 to 700 a month. Generally, study material and mobile & Internet can cost you around €150 or more every month.
  • Remaining expenditure is generally used for travelling and entertainment purposes which takes up to 130 bucks.
  • Students get an option of studying and working at the same time. Part time jobs in Ireland includes being waiters in hotels or clubs, salespersons in stores, home tutors, accountants etc.
  • Students usually work for 12-13 hours per week and on holidays they normally work for 30-35 hours.


Good Scholarship opportunities are provided to the deserving students by the Irish government organisations, higher education institutes and other foundations. Students who wish to apply for Scholarships, need to check the universities website regularly or can also go in person to fetch all the details.

Admission Criteria

Some entry requirements for universities are :

  • School leaving certificate with good results in any six best subjects including Irish and English as compulsory subjects.
  • Bonus points to students who have studied higher level of Maths for the admission in technological courses.
  • Non-native speakers need to submit any English Proficiency test certificate for University admission. For eg: IELTS, PTE, TOEFL or Cambridge English. Applicants have to score minimum bands in all four modules of the test.

Student VISA Requirements

Student’s Visa requirements includes

  • Valid Passport with passport-size photograph
  • Letter of acceptance from the Institute, addressing student, providing with all details and time period related to the course.
  • Health Insurance Certificate, proof showing that you’re financially stable and can afford the education and accommodation expenses.
  • Proof of Scholarship (if any)
  • Copies of all the fees paid receipts.

Popular Courses

  • Information Technology
  • Management
  • Finance/Accounting
  • Mass Media 
  • Fine Arts
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Engineering 
  • Bio-technology and Pharmacy
  • Applied Science
  • Hospitality
  • Philosophy
  • Occupational Health

Top Universities

  • Trinity College Dublin
  • Royal College of Surgeons
  • University College, Dublin
  • National University of Ireland
  • University College, Cork 
  • Griffith College
  • University of Limerick
  • Athlone Institute of Technology
  • Waterford Institute of Technology
  • IBAT College Dublin
  • Dublin Institute of Technology

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