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Ireland

Overview

Ireland offers the warmest of welcomes to students from all over the world. With one of the best education systems in the world, offering over 5,000 programmes, all internationally recognized and quality assured.

The only speaking country in the Eurozone, Ireland is globally connected and home to many of the world’s top companies. You will be able to work part time, if you want to, and avail 12 months stay back option- providing you career enhancing opportunities and differentiation for the future. Ireland produce unique graduates, creative, innovative and ready for tomorrow world. Being educated in a Western culture, in Ireland, in a friendly and safe environment, is a life changing experience…it’s an investment for life.

Ireland Education System

Qualifications awarded by Ireland universities and colleges are:

Foundation programme- For students who do not have A levels and have less than 70% in HSSC
Bachelor’s Degree – 3 or 4 years duration
Master’s Degree – 2 years duration
Doctoral Degree – 3- 5 years duration
Applying to live, work or study in the Ireland? Go with IELTS

Benefits

Benefits and reasons of study in the Ireland

Ireland has one of the best education systems in the world, renowned internationally for academic quality. The longstanding reputation for high quality education is built on a strong commitment to excellence.

Ireland grab its attention due to its vibrant and accepting culture and lifestyle, along with a wide variety of globally recognized and well reputed universities, offering a variety of study programmes. Universities are career focused with an emphasis on personal, academic and professional life skills development and applied learning.

There are multiple reasons of choosing Ireland as your study destination.

  • Ireland is the only English speaking country in the Eurozone.
  • Ireland offers the highest quality education, as investment for life
  • Ireland produces unique graduates; creative , innovative and ready to work
  • Ireland is globally connected, and is home to many of the world’s top high-performance companies.
  • Ireland offers fun and active student life in a friendly, safe and welcoming environment.
  • Ireland offer international students the ability to work part time while studying, and has a 12 month stay back option

Part-time employment opportunities

If you enter the Ireland on a student visa, Students can work for 20 hours a week during term time and in the holiday/vacation period. Besides that they can go for on campus jobs as well including paid internships or assistant jobs

Admission Process

Admission & Visa Process

Applying for admission and visa you must have to go through a number of steps.

ASCOM counsellors will help you in making application for the university of your choice and you will provide us all documents required for the admission. The university will notify you if you have been selected to study for the particular course or not. Once you have met all conditions of admission letter we will arrange Acceptance Letter from university.

Required Documents for admission

  • All Academic transcripts and degrees
  • Copy of passport/visa (if available)
  • Certificate of English proficiency (IELTS)
  • Personal Statement
  • 2 Recommendation letters
  • Experience letter (all previous work experiences)
  • V (it must include all details of work and education)
  • Research proposal (for PhD and Research students only)
  • Portfolio (for Art and Architecture students only)

Visa Application

You can apply for a student visa to study in the Ireland, if you’re 16 or over.

Professional advice and guidance by ASCOM Education counsellors

Your experienced ASCOM Education counsellor will be able to provide advice and guidance throughout the Ireland student visa application process.  If you have any questions about student visas to enter the Ireland, contact us today.

If you are visiting us for your Free Consultation, use above checklist to ensure you bring along all your documents so we can make the most of your appointment.

Institutes

Universities & Colleges

Ireland’s thirty-four higher education institution offer a remarkable 5000+ programmes! Covering a huge and diverse range, these courses lead to internationally recognized, quality assured qualification. So whether you want a strong, focused business school, a Centre of scientific and technology excellence, or a world-renowned English language, humanity and art faculty—you will find it in Ireland.

Cost of Study in Ireland

Tuition cost vary depending on the course, the institution and whether you are classified as European student or non-European student.

SubjectsUndergraduatePostgraduate
Medicine and Health Sciences€45,000 - €52,000€ 4,000 - €31,000
Engineering€9,750 - €23,000€ 9,250 - €24,000
Science and Technology€9,750 - €22,000€ 9,250 - €45,000
Art and Humanity€ 9,750 - €20,000€ 9,250 - €22,000
Business€ 9,750 - €18,000€ 9,250 - €34,000

Courses in Ireland

Irish higher education institutions offer degrees at ordinary and Honours Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate levels and undergraduate and postgraduate diplomas over a full range of disciplines. ASCOM endeavors to provide best counseling and assistance so that students can choose wisely for the best course or study programme and college among the wide choices available.

Choice of Courses

Ireland offers many options for students looking to pursue education in wide range of subjects like Management, Medicine, Law, Engineering, Science, Finance, Banking, Biotechnology, Genetics, Architecture, Hospitality, Tourism, History and more…

How to Apply

How to Apply

The application process:

There are five steps to take in order to begin your new life studying in Ireland!

Step 1: Choose your College and programme

ASCOM counsellors will help you choosing course and sending your application to universities. Once you have narrowed down your choices, your application to the concerned university will be sent though ASCOM.

Step 2: Applying for a course

Before you apply we ensure that your academic and English Language standards meet the university requirements.

Step 3: Confirming a place

After you are offered a place you will be asked to send the admission fee. It is important that you do this as soon as possible in order to secure your place.

Step 4: Booking accommodation

Once you have been offered and have accepted your place, you should apply for accommodation. Generally, three types of accommodation are on offer: rental apartments, students’ accommodation, and home stay. Most universities and college have accommodation offers to help you decide which type is best for you, it is really important to organize your accommodation well in advance of your arrival.

Step 5: Check the immigration and visa regulation

Your experienced ASCOM Education counsellor will be able to provide advice and guidance throughout the Ireland student visa application process.  If you have any questions about student visas to enter the Ireland, contact us today.

ASCOM Services

ASCOM offers help for selecting the best courses and institutes according to the student's interest and capability. Our team of expert counselors offers assistance in gaining admission to top notch universities of Ireland.  Other services provided include:

  • Selection of course and university
  • Arranging admission
  • Offer acceptance
  • Mock interviews for admission and visa
  • Visa processing
  • Pre-departure guidance

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