Study In Ireland

The country has one of the best higher educational systems in the world. An amount of €728 million is invested each year by the government in the higher education sector. 

Why Study In Ireland

Being one of the top countries in the world in terms of quality of living, technological development and educational system, Ireland offers a lot of choices and courses to choose for students from different streams. 
  • Post-Study

    An international student from non-EU nations should apply for a right of residence if they wish to stay for a further period after studies. The applicant must be enrolled in full-time programs mentioned in the Interim List of Eligible Programs (ILEP) to be eligible to apply for the same.

  • Academics

    Higher education is facilitated through three types of institutes in the country: State-funded public universities, Colleges, and Institutes of technology. Five of Ireland’s universities are ranked among the top 500 in the QS world ranking. English is the medium of study in the country and has around 1,50,000 international students.

  • Cost

    A general UG degree in the country costs anywhere between €10000 to €25,500 a year as tuition fees alone. Living expenses and boarding charges should be calculated separately and depend on the institution and study location.

  • Scholarships

    Hundreds of scholarship options are available for international students pursuing their studies in the country. This includes the scholarships from the Irish government, the institutes themselves, and various other organizations.