Study In Ireland

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Study In Ireland

Ireland is one of the most popular study abroad destinations for International students in Europe.  Many of the universities have been listed in the world ranking of most popular institutions. One of the greatest advantages that Ireland is having is the medium of education is English which makes it a lot easier for students to settle and learn. Its universities offer quality and globally recognized education with thousands of study programmes for students to choose from. With over 5000 courses to choose from you are guaranteed to find the institution and course you desire.

Reasons why you should study in Ireland

1. Post study Stay back option

Ireland has very generous work stay back options for international students, which allows you to gain worthwhile international work experience after your undergraduate or postgraduate degrees. The Third Level Graduate Scheme allows international students to stay back in Ireland after completing their degree to work or seek employment.

So, once you have graduated from an accredited Irish university, you can stay for a period of:

  • Bachelor’s degree (level 7): 6 months
  • Honours degree (level 8): 12 months
  • Master’s degree (level 9 or 10): 24 months

2. One year Master’s Degree and 3-4 year Bachelor’s degree

Irish universities offer a range of undergraduate programmes, which can be studied both full and part time.

A typical undergraduate degree is around three years long for a full-time student. The degree programs offered are different for each institution, whereas a master’s degree is one year long.


5. Vast Career opportunities

Studying in Ireland will help you gain a wealth of career-enhancing skills and experiences that will help you become more employable from studying abroad. 

6. Work while you study

International students may need to work while they study since the cost of an education abroad can be overwhelming.  Students may apply for work permits, while lots of universities also facilitate internships for international students. Students can work up to 20 hours during semester months and 40 hours during holidays.

7. Only English-speaking country in EU

While Ireland’s native language is Irish (or Gaelic), the primary language is English which makes it easy for students to integrate into schools and community.

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