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Study at a destination known as "The Land of Saints and Scholars",  because its universities provide an excellent education system with world-class standards in a traditional yet modern setting! According to the Global Peace Index (GSI), Ireland is ranked 3rd on country peacefulness.

The Irish have always welcomed visitors near and far to feel at home, making sure international students are able to settle quickly and easily.  Choose any program of your dreams, an Irish institution has it. From Humanities to Engineering, there will be a perfect match for you. Studying in Ireland can increase your opportunities for what your next chapter bestows upon you.

Rooted in the past, focused on the future. Home to one the youngest and best-educated workforces worldwide 


Ranked 16th amongst the
"Best Countries to Live -
Quality of Life"

based on US NEWS 2022

High-quality education with world-class standards that is accredited globally

"Ireland of the Welcomes", warmest welcome to make you feel like home

4 Reasons to Study in Ireland!

Estimated cost of studying in Ireland

English Language Courses

150 - 950 EUR/year

Bachelor Degree

9,850 - 55,000 EUR/year

Master's Degree

9,950 - 35,000 EUR/year

Doctoral Degree

9,950 - 35,000 EUR/year

*The cost of studying in Ireland will vary depending on: the program, location, and reputation of the institution.

Popular Universities in Ireland

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Trinity College Dublin

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University College Dublin

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University College Cork

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University of Limerick


Academic transcripts and certificate of completion of studies with minimum marks

English language proficiency results (IELTS/TOEFL/PTE/CAE)

Official translations of documents in a language other than English

Completed application form

Portfolio (if applicable, EX: Design and architecture programs

Certificates or any achievements as supporting documents

Completed application form

2 Letters of Recommendation (LOR) from your employer who knows you well and can comment on your professional abilities

Statement of Purpose (SOP)

Proof of funds

Health insurance

A copy of your passport

Application fee

Student Visa Requirements
Long-Term Study Visa)

You can apply for a study visa if you are planning to come to Ireland to undertake a course of study for more than 3 months. Apply for your study visa up to 3 months before your date of travel.

A valid passport or other valid travel documentation and full copy of all previous passports

Visa application form and
application letter

Passport-sized (5x5cm) colored photograph, last 6-months

Evidence that you have enrolled on a privately funded course

Evidence accounting for any gaps in your educational history

Private medical insurance

Birth certificate (if under 18 years)

Evidence of fee payment to college or institution

Evidence that. you have the academic ability to follow your chosen course

Evidence of your level of English (or Irish)

Summary of finances for study visa application

Previous visa refusals

Consent of parent or legal guardian (if under 18 years)

Living Cost Estimates

On average, the living cost in Ireland ranges from 1,261 - 1,500 EIUR per month. This will depend on the area you are residing and other expenses.

On-campus Accommodation :
200 - 300 EUR/month

Off-Campus Accommodation :
400 - 900 EUR/month

Food and Groceries :
250 - 350 USD/month

Internet & Phone :
25 - 35 EUR/month

Public Transport :
50 - 55 EUR/month

Entertainment :
80 - 100 EUR/month

*Living cost estimates may vary depending on area

What They Say About Studying in Ireland?


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Study in a city where you can improve your language skills while being abroad! Come to Dublin, the locals will welcome you nicely! 

Dublin is home to 4 world-ranking universities, an English-speaking city that is emerging as an education hub.  Nonetheless, the city is growing to be a hotbed of innovation and creativity, driven by an immersive start-up ecosystem, innovative accelerators, incubator, and research centers that are supported by the city's universities. 

Did you know that Dublin is home to Europe's largest city park? Explore and indulge to the city's rich culture, history, and environment during your leisure time.

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Known for its friendliness, in Cork, over 10% are international students visiting from over 100 countries around the world. Come and experience the friendliness yourselves as the city is no stranger to young people! In addition, the city is a hub for entrepreneurship,

As the largest county in Ireland, Cork has a lot to offer: starting from the Blarney Castle & Gardens to The English Market, there will never be a dull day for you!

Study in a city where you can learn while travel! With tons of educational and cultural opportunities, Limerick is perfect for destination for you!

Did you know that Limerick was once a Soviet city? Tour the city like locals! From Thomond Park Stadium to Kayak Tour through the city, you will never be bored living in Limerick!

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List of Universities in Ireland

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Trinity College Dublin

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University College Dublin

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University College Cork

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University of Limerick

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Maynooth University

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