Study in Ireland

Ireland is an island to the north-west of continental Europe. It is the third-largest island in Europe and the twentieth-largest island on Earth. To its east is the larger island of Great Britain, from which it is separated by the Irish Sea. Exploring Ireland’s impressive scenery reveals endless views of rugged sea cliffs, outlaying islands, and gentle hills. Nestled among these charming landscapes are numerous castles, fishing villages, and national parks for great weekend adventures.

Ireland is a republic and has a parliamentary system of government. The head of state is the elected President of Ireland who serves for a 7-year term. Ireland also has a prime minister (called the Taoiseach) who is nominated by the House of Representatives (called Dáil Éireann) and then appointed by the president. Besides the lower house, the House of Representatives, there is also an upper house, the Senate (or Seanad Éireann).

Population: Approx. 45 Lacs (4.5 mn)
Capital: Dublin Area: 84,421 km square
Language: English and Irish (Gaelic)
Religion: Christianity
Currency: Euro €
Life Expectancy: 81 Years
GDP per Capita: $41,700
Literacy Percent: 99%
HDI: 7O ther
Important Cities: Dublin, Cork, Derry, Limerick,

Why study in Ireland?

Ireland is a country which has much more to offer than just great music, Nobel Prize winning authors, etc. It is a country which has got a laudable tradition as far as education is concerned. Under the Irish constitution, education is seen as a fundamental right. Ireland’s warm, hospitable population will welcome you with its colorful history, culture and some of the most arresting landscapes. The students are given responsibility by the colleges and universities in Ireland. One can forget getting weekly assignments and exams. Instead, learning is through lectures and tutorials and labs. But a student needs to work very hard on their reading and research if they are to complete their education in Ireland. It doesn’t really matter what your field of specialization is, colleges and universities in Ireland have got it all covered.


The main intakes offered by Universities are in September/October and January/February. Some colleges may also have intakes in March and July.


  • A full-time International student can work part-time as per the given guidelines.
  • A full-time degree student can work up to 20 hours during term-time and full-time during vacations.
  • A full-time student can also work on a work placement as part of the course.
  • A student can earn from € 8.65 – € 10 per hour i.e. € 690 – € 800 per week.
  • After the successful completion of the studies a student can apply for a 2 year Work Permit.

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