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Study in Ireland

Ireland is one of Europe's most famous study abroad locations. Its universities provide an excellent education in a traditional but modern environment. Thousands of study programmes at more than two dozen schools attract students from all around the world.

Over the last decade, education has played a crucial role in making Ireland one of the world's fastest-expanding economies. Ireland has one of the best educational systems in Europe (ranked among the top 20 for its higher education system by the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook in 2014.) It is characterised by innovation, flexibility, and pragmatism and has strong ties to industry.

Many of Ireland's higher education institutions are internationally ranked. The country's 5000+ vital programmes cover a wide range of subjects such as medicine, science, technology, engineering, business, law, languages, literature, history, philosophy, psychology, etc.

Some of the top B-schools are:

  • University College Dublin (UCD)

  • University of Dublin - Trinity College

  • Griffith College Dublin

  • University College Cork

  • IBAT College Dublin

  • University of Limerick

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Why Study in Ireland?

Ireland's education system is one of the greatest globally, and there are numerous reasons to study here. Schools and universities are linked globally, and graduates of Irish educational institutions can work in a wide range of fields around the globe.

Ireland is a small island nation off the coast of Europe. It is the continent's second-largest island, after Great Britain. Its beautiful green surroundings, fascinating history, and kind locals are also noted for its beautiful green surroundings.

Following are the reasons to consider Ireland to study abroad:

  1. Education: Ireland has one of the highest educational standards in the world, with seven top-tier universities and a focus on research and global collaboration. Furthermore, it has one of the world's most effective educational systems. Ireland's universities are in the top 3% of the world, and graduates from Irish universities are sought after by employers worldwide.

  2. People and culture: The Irish are proud of their homeland and culture, which they are eager to share. Even though Ireland is a small country (population: of roughly five million), more than 70 million people claim to be of Irish descent worldwide. As a result, after living in Ireland, you will have friends from worldwide. Ireland is home to several museums, churches, parks, monuments, and contributions to art, literature, film, and music.

  3. Safety: Ireland is a safe and tolerant country that consistently ranks in the top 20 countries in the world for quality of life, peace, and human development. It is also a young country, with a third of the population under 25. Studying in Ireland will bring you into contact with more than 35,000 foreign students from 161 countries passionate about their home country.

  4. Career: Studying in Ireland might help you get to a strong start in your career. Ireland has a high ranking for educational quality, which includes education that matches the needs of a competitive economy and knowledge transfer between institutions and worldwide businesses. It's also a lot enjoyable. Ireland is home to several of the world's most prestigious corporations, and job possibilities abound. It's beneficial for software development, IT jobs, engineering, financial services, food and agriculture, medical technology, and pharmaceuticals.

  5. City Life: Although the major cities in this region are smaller and easier to navigate than other huge cities throughout the world, they are dynamic and culturally advanced.

  6. Research Opportunities: Irish universities are among the world's top 1% of research institutes. Some of the world's largest and best companies have critical strategic research facilities here, and international students can join research programmes driving innovation and changing lives worldwide. International students can participate in research programmes that move innovation and transform lives worldwide.

  7. Growing Economic: The Irish economy is one of the most dynamic in the Eurozone and the sixth most competitive. It is a country with a global entrepreneurial network.

  8. English Language: English is the most widely spoken language globally and the global language of commerce and technology. Knowing how to read and write in English improves your marketability and provides you with a significant edge if you want to work for a multinational corporation or in a location where English is spoken.

  9. Close to Europe: Ireland is conveniently located near major European cities and is only a short flight away, allowing you to easily visit the rest of Europe while you're here.

  10. Stay Back Visa: Bachelors graduates can apply for a one-year stay back visa, while Masters's graduates can apply for up to two years. Many international students prefer to stay in Ireland and start their jobs after completing their education.

Admission Season and Timeline

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Application Start
Dates

Starts in September for the winter semester and in February for the spring semester.

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Submission of
Application

The deadlines vary greatly between institutions depending upon their policies and the course you’ve selected. You need to be thorough while gathering information before sending in your applications.

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Admission
Results

The release of admission decisions depends on the number of applications received for a particular program of study.

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Apply for
Visa

You must submit your visa application 3 weeks before your course start date.

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Academic Session
Begins

The two intakes available in Ireland are:

        1. Autumn/Semester 1: Starts early September and runs till December.

        2. Spring/Semester 2:  Starts late January through to May.

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