Quick facts about studying in Ireland
The Republic of Ireland is a part of the European Union. Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom, with Belfast as its Capital. The southern Republic of Ireland is a sovereign country and part of the European Union (EU), with Dublin as its Capital.
The Republic of Ireland is home to top global companies across ICT, pharmaceuticals, financial services, and multinationals, making it an excellent location for after-study employment.
As an international student in the Republic of Ireland, you can work part-time up to 20 hours per week and 40 hours per week during holidays.
Most institutions offer one-year Master’s study options. However, some universities in Ireland offer two-year’s Master’s programs.
The official language of the Republic of Ireland is Irish. However, the people speak and write in English across all sectors, and all courses are taught in English.
The Republic of Ireland is very safe and one of the most friendly countries in the world.
You can get a post-study work visa – for up to two years.
Irish universities are globally ranked on the top educational systems worldwide and enable their graduates for global top positions.
You need a valid Ireland study visa (your visa option will depend on your age and study duration).
Admission Pathway Partners
List of Partner Schools in Ireland
• Atlantic Technological University Sligo - Ireland. • Atlas Language School • Centre for English Studies Dublin. • Dublin City University- Dublin, Ireland. • Dundalk Institute of Technology. • Griffith College • Griffith College, Ireland. • Holmes Institute Dublin – Ireland • Institute of Technology Carlow- Carlow, Ireland. • Letterkenny Institute of Technology. • Limerick Institute of Technology. • Maynooth University- Maynooth, Ireland. • National College of Ireland. • National University of Ireland Galway • National University of Ireland, Galway. • Technological University Dublin • Technological University Dublin- Dublin, Ireland. • Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin. • University College • University College Cork – Ireland.