Study in Ireland

Study in Ireland

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Why Study In Ireland

  • Affordable Education

  • Innovative and Abundant Research Opportunities

  • Immigration Possibilities

  • Exciting Campus Lifestyle

  • Healthy and Safe Communities

  • International students can often work while they study & Internships

  • Numerous research opportunities

  • Possibility of immigration after completing the course

  • Vibrant campus atmosphere

  • International students have the option of working when studying

  • Good internship opportunities


Why Study In Ireland
Eligibility criteria for Ireland

Eligibility criteria for Ireland?

Educational Qualification

  • The minimum eligibility criteria to graduate is you have to score at least 50% from a UGC or AICTE recognized university.

Year Back

  • The graduation degree has to be completed within the stipulated time with no gap year.
  • Example: B.Com is a 3-year degree. The client should have completed it within 3 years and not more.
  • Example: Engineering is a 4-year degree. The client should have completed within 4 years and not more.

Steps to study abroad in Ireland

Student visa Requirement

You will generally need the following for your Ireland Student Visa application

Valid Passport

Attested Copies

Academic references

Employee references

Certificates of Extra Cirrcular achievements

SOP (Statement of purpose)

An acceptance of letter from education institute

Proof od Payment & financial funds

Passport size photographs

Study Permit and Visa

English Proficiency

Your Univierisity will make you aware of additional requirements if any prior to your application

Work authorization for students

Work authorization for students:

Student Applicant

  • Students must be over 18 years of age.

  • International students in Ireland universities can work on-campus or off-campus for up to 20 hours during university semesters and full-time during breaks such as the winter or summer holidays, without the need for a work permit.

  • Foreign students who are studying in a program that requires work experience such as through a co-op or internship program.


  • In general, spouses are given the same rights as students who are already in Ireland. Therefore, if the student with a Ireland student visa has the right to work, the spouse who comes to join him or her will also have that right

Work options

Work options

The Ireland government offers options for international students to stay after their course and gain some work experience.

Migrate Opportunity

Migrate Opportunity
Invest Opportunity

Invest Opportunity

Why study in Ireland?

Students who wish to study in Ireland can choose from the country’s many top-ranked universities and offers scholarships and grants to deserving students. The tuition fees in these universities are also reasonable.

Before you decide to study in Ireland, you must decide on which Ireland study permit you should apply for. There are two types of Ireland study permits:

If you plan on studying in Ireland for less than three months, you’ll need to apply for a ‘C study permit.’ The short-stay C permit allows you to come to Ireland for a short period of 90 days to undergo a training course for work or professional advancement. You are not permitted to work while on this training permit.

If your course has duration of more than three months, you will need to apply for a ‘D study permit.’ A foreign student normally applies to a D study permit while intending to remain in Ireland for more than three months.

Eligibility requirements for study visa in Ireland

  • Demonstrate intentions to return home: Your statement of purpose for an Ireland student permit must state that you plan to return to your home country after your studies are completed.
  • Sufficient Financial Support: In addition to the course fees, you must demonstrate that you have immediate and ready access to at least 7,000 EUR. This is the average cost of living in Ireland for one academic year for a student.
  • Admission proof: You must send a letter of acceptance from the relevant Irish university confirming your acceptance for a full-time program.
  • Proof of strong ties to your home country: You should be able to demonstrate strong ties to your home country through family, work opportunities, bank accounts, or other properties.
Processing time

The processing times are variable based on the nation from which you submit your application. Normally, you will get the decision in 4 to 8 weeks. This is from the date you submit the application at the Consulate/Embassy.

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