Study in Ireland

Ireland, situated in north-west Europe, is just an hour-long flight from London. The country has been offering University education since the 16th Century; and is renowned for its kind and welcoming population alongside its emerald green landscape, which antithetically, is often overlooked when considering studying abroad. Ireland is regarded as one of the friendliest places in the world in which to live and study. In fact, it has been awarded this accolade twice in recent years by the travel guide company Lonely Planet.

Today, Ireland has one of the best education systems in the world and has an internationally renowned reputation for academic quality. Ireland's Higher Education Institutions rank among the world's best and the quality of education they offer is therefore correspondingly high.With 7 Universities and 14 Institutes of Technology and a number of private colleges, Ireland will undoubtedly have a course to interest you at either undergraduate or postgraduate level. The varied selection of higher education institutions combined with historic cities, beautiful countryside, and Ireland's unique culture make the country a highly attractive study destination. In 2018, there are over 35,000 international students studying in Ireland, with more than 2000 students from India.


Study in Ireland

Degrees from Irish Universities are recognized internationally so you can be assured your future employer will respect the addition in your experience. Ireland has been chosen by some of the world's largest technology companies as their European base, these companies include Google, Facebook, Apple and Intel. In many cases across the world, large companies work alongside nearby Universities to develop their courses and provide qualifications that better match the needs of the employer-all of which increases the value of your degree even as they ensure a greater possibility of establishing a career after your MS!

The average undergraduate degree course at Irish universities is four years but there are some courses that have a three-year duration e.g. business / management. Three-year degree programs are more widely available at the Institutes of Technology and many of the private colleges such as Griffith College and Dublin Business School. Postgraduate Taught programs are normally one year in duration. A big plus point when considering studying in Ireland is the fact that an Indian Year 12 high school certificate is acceptable for entry to undergraduate programs. Entry to graduate programs are considered on an individual basis.



English and Irish Gaelic. All teaching in higher education is delivered in English.

Trinity College, Dublin

National University of Ireland, Galway

University College, Dublin

Dublin Institute of Technology

National University of Ireland at Maynooth

University College, Cork

Dublin City University

Dublin Business School

National College of Ireland

Griffith College Dublin


Indian students are studying at institutions all across Ireland though the largest concentration of Indian students is in the capital city, Dublin.




Ireland has a mild climate with no extremes Like its people it is not boring and predictable. You can of course experience four seasons in one day, if you are lucky!


Undergraduate courses range from Euro 9,000 to Euro 45,000 per annum

Postgraduate courses (Masters and PhD) range from Euro 9,000- Euro 37,000 per annum Total living costs for an international student are approximately 650 1,000 Euro per month The main cities of Dublin, Cork, and Galway are a bit more expensive to live in.

Average living costs in Irish cities (including the accommodation costs)

Dublin: 1,100 1,800 EUR/month

Cork: 860 1,400 EUR/month

Galway and other smaller cities: 800-1,100 EUR/month


International students engaged in full-time study of at least one year's duration, on a course leading to a qualification that is recognized by the Irish Department of Education and Skills, can work up to 20 hours a week during studies and full time during the months of June, July, August, and September.


Yes. Non-EU/EEA international students who have graduated from Irish higher education institutions are able to stay on in Ireland for 24 months to seek employment.


Job opportunities in the areas of Engineering, IT, Banking and Finance, Healthcare.


Jinsy Raichanna : MS Biotechnology with business, University College Dublin

Damanpreet Kahlon : MS in Information System with Computing, Dublin Business School Siddhi Kate : MS in Big-Data Management, Griffith College.

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