Ireland Study FAQs
Ireland is one of the most progressive countries in Europe. Ireland has shaped itself for remarkable economic growth in a short period. Leading economy and beautiful country that's not just about Ireland. It is a hub of top world-class universities, home of multinational companies. Ireland has big industries, manufacturing centers, educational institutes, architecture, science research and tourism. Irish companies & institutes are spread in all the streams from agriculture to IT industries that have made it a popular study abroad destination among Indian students. Irish universities provide a wide range of accredited courses that align with industrial knowledge to create mass job opportunities for international students.
Edugo Abroad is a recognized admission partner to top universities of Ireland with higher visa Success. For more information, go through our frequently asked questions.
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FAQs for Study in Ireland
#1. How much does it cost to study in Ireland?
Ans. For international students the course fees ranges from 9000 Euros to 13000 Euros / Annum for any Bachelors course while if a student wants to go for Master program The course fees ranges from 11000 Euros to 35000 Euros / Annum
The living cost for student goes upto 800-1000 Euros / Month.
#2. Can international students work in Ireland?
Ans. Student who are studying course of NFQ Level 9 or 10 are allowed to work for up to 20 hours per week during studies and after completion of study, 24 months allowed as PSW.
#3. How much student can earn in Ireland?
Ans. The minimum wages in Ireland is around 8.65 Euros/Hours (depending upon work)
#4. Can I get PR after study in Ireland?
Ans. If a person stays in Ireland for 5 Years, they become eligible to apply for PR. If you are going as a student over there then only stay don’t matter, you academic and experience will matter a lot for getting PR in Ireland.
#5. Can I stay in Ireland after study?
Ans. Definitely, If you complete the study of in Ireland for a course of 24 Month or more, student are allowed to work for 2 years as Irish General Employment permit it.
#6. What is the most popular job in Ireland?
Ans. As such if we talk about survival jobs then sales, retail assistant and cashier jobs are very much available. While as a career opportunities, jobs for IT engineers and aviation industries are rising one over there.
#7. Is it hard to get job in Ireland?
Ans. If you are willing to do work and you have skills required to fulfil any job task, then it is not at all hard to find a job in Ireland.
#8. Do Indian students get jobs in Ireland?
Ans. International students engaged in full-time study of at least one year’s duration (on a course leading to a qualification which is recognised by the Irish Department of Education and Skills currently do not need a work permit to work in Ireland. As they are allowed to work upto 20 Hours a week. And Yes of course, there are plenty of opportunities for Internship as well as Full time jobs as Ireland has become a rising hub for IT.
#9. Which course is best in Ireland?
Ans. All kind of courses are available in Ireland for further studies. As it is in Europe, Business programs are widely famous, also it is a rising IT hub so most of the student prefer courses related to computer and IT for better career opportunities.
#10. How do I apply for university in Ireland?
Ans. You need to select the best course option available on the basis of your last academics and your area of interest. For application in any Irish University you can directly apply through their website or you can directly come to nearby EDUGO ABROAD for best guidance in course selection and also for hazel free visa process.
#11. Can Indian settle in Ireland?
Ans. If a person has stayed legally up to 5 years and having job through which one is earning more than 30,000 Euros / Annum, then they can apply to get PR.
#12. What are the requirements for Ireland student visa?
Ans. Language test is required to study in Ireland. Only few University allow assessment on the basis of MOI, but it is not advisable to go without any language proficiency test as it will hold you back if you would like to apply for any scholarships.
#13. How can I get student visa for Ireland from India?
Ans. For getting student visa, you need to enrol yourself with recognized university. Once you get your acceptance letter after paying tuition fees in that University you can submit you file at nearby VFS for Ireland to get your student visa. After submitting your file to VFS you will get result within 7 working days. You can click here to know more about documents required to get student visa.
#14. How much bank balance is required for Ireland student visa?
Ans. Student need to show enough fund which can support his/her living in Ireland for the duration of course and remaining amount of tuition fees. On an average the living expense for student for one month is around 1000 Euros.
#15. Can I go Ireland without IELTS?
Ans. Yes you can go on the basis of MOI to Ireland for Study.
#16. Why should I study in Ireland?
Ans. There are many reason to choose Ireland as study option. Few of them are :
- The Irish education system is one of the best in Europe (ranked among the top 20 for its higher education system by the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook in 2014.) It has close links to industry and is characterized by creativity, flexibility, and pragmatism. Education has been a key factor in making Ireland one of the fastest growing economies in the world over the past decade.
- Many of Ireland’s institutions of higher education are internationally ranked, and with many strong programs (5000+) in a variety of areas (medicine, science, technology, engineering, business, law, languages, literature, history, philosophy, psychology etc.), there is something for almost every student.
- Ireland is an English speaking country, which is one of the top reasons to choose Ireland as a study destination. Students coming to Ireland, find it comfortable to cope up with the course and also with the place.
- Ireland is famous as an international hub for high quality scientific research. Many students from around the world, including India, visit Ireland to pursue research in various fields.
- The country is home to leading global MNCs. In fact, it is the second most attractive country globally for FDI - after Singapore. Many brands such as Google, HP, Apple, IBM, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pfizer, GSK and Genzyme have made Ireland their main office for European operations.
- For students interested in studying literature (or even just those that appreciate a good book), Ireland is a great destination. Famous authors like Yeats and Shaw called Ireland home.
- Ireland's emerald landscape and its people are among the most enriching reasons to study in Ireland. Irish people are renowned for their friendliness and hospitality which greatly contributes to the ease with which overseas students adapt to student life in Ireland. Ireland's landscape provides a rich environment for the many outdoor leisure pursuits for which it is famous.
- The advantage of studying in Europe is that it’s relatively easy to get from one country to the next. Take advantage of this by taking a long weekend elsewhere in the UK, or traveling the rest of Europe after your time in Ireland study abroad adventure concludes.
- Ireland has a young vibrant population, with 40% of the population under the age of 25; Ireland is one of the most exciting places in the world to be as a student.
- Ireland is also regarded as a safe country to study and live in. The Global Peace Index ranked it as the 12th "most peaceful country" in 2013.
- Ireland is a highly developed democracy with a modern economy.
- Richness of culture, breathtaking scenery, and friendly people make it an ideal study destination for any international student.
#17. Is studying in Ireland expensive?
Ans. No, studying in Ireland is not expensive. You can study over there with a budget of 10-12 Lakh per year.
#18. Where can you study pharmacy in Ireland?
Ans. Many of the Top Universities are offering the courses for Pharmacy. Many of them are very well recognized and ranked among top world ranking. You can choose any of them for your further studies.
#19. Is Ireland good for computer science?
Ans. Ireland is the largest exporter of computer and IT services & it has a strong reputation in the software industry. So, it is a good destination to study computer.
#20. What is the best college to study computer science?
Ans. Many universities are there which provide best computer programs. To know more about them you can click here.
#21. Which IT course is best for future?
Ans. Networking, data analytics, Robotic , Internet of things, Cyber Forensics and many more are there which are high in Demand. If a person has proper skill about any of these, it could help to have good career opportunities.