Ireland

The Republic of Ireland occupies most of the island of Ireland, off the coast of England and Wales. Its capital, Dublin, is the birthplace of writers like Oscar Wilde, and home of Guinness beer. The 9th-century Book of Kells and other illustrated manuscripts are on show in Dublin’s Trinity College Library. Dubbed the "Emerald Isle” for its lush landscape, the country is dotted with castles like medieval Cahir Castle.

Overview

  • Being drunk in public is an offence.
  • There were never any snakes in Ireland.
  • More Irish live outside of Ireland than in.
  • Ireland is one of the friendliest and safest destinations for Indian students. Also, Irish universities pay extreme attention to the safety of their students on campus. Halloween originated in Ireland
  • English is the official language of rule and business, and there was no one to support the Irish language and culture.
  • Ireland 2020 population is estimated at 4,937,786 people at midyear according to UN data.
  • Ireland is the four largest sectors of Food, Chemicals, Pharmaceutical products and the Computer sector
  • Literacy rate: 99%
  • The minimum hourly wage is €10.20
  • Ireland is the third largest island in Europe and the 28th in the world.
  • Ireland has 5 International Airports:
    • Dublin Airport – North of Dublin City on the east coast.
    • Cork Airport – Just south of Cork City on the south coast.
    • Shannon Airport – North of Limerick City on the west coast.
    • Knock Airport (Ireland West Airport Knock) – in County Mayo in the North West.

Why study abroad in Ireland from India?

Studying in Ireland can give you a great start to a successful career. Ireland ranks highly for quality of education – education that meets the needs of a competitive economy, plus knowledge transfer between universities and international companies. It’s also a lot of fun.

Education System

Academic excellence, internationally-recognized qualifications, vibrant campus life, abundant growth in research, and immense employment opportunities, education in Ireland will offer you all.
Colleges offering programmers leading to certificates, diplomas and degrees, recognized by Irelands national certification authority or an accrediting university.

Cost of Living

The estimated cost of living in Ireland for a student for one academic year is €7,000 to €12,000 per year. This includes rent, electricity, food, books, laundry and medicine, as well as travel passes and social expenses, but excludes tuition fees. This may vary a bit, depending on your study location – for example, accommodation and other living costs.

Stay back & Part Time Jobs

After study abroad in Ireland for Indian students, a 12 months stay back option is provided. International students in Ireland can work part time for 20 hours a week during academic and vacation times.

Application Procedure

To know more about application procedure and intakes to study abroad in Ireland, please contact our expert study abroad consultants. We shall guide you through the best courses to study abroad in Ireland from India.

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