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Study in Ireland | BEFOED - Beyond Foreign Education

Admission Requirement

Students who want to study abroad in Ireland can submit an application either directly to the universities or through the Central Applications Office for
      Undergraduate Programmes.

English language proficiency is a requirement for admission to a third-level programme for Indian students in Ireland.

The documents listed below must also be submitted.

Copy of a valid passport
 Academic Transcript
  ACT/SAT/LSAT for UG programs
  GMAT/GRE scores for PG programs
  English proficiency scores(IELTS/TOEFL)
  Letter of recommendation
  Statement of purpose(SOP)
  Evidence of funds

Key Facts
Important facts to know while studying in Ireland


September & January

Listed Universities

28 Universities

Number of International Students


Indian Diaspora in Ireland


Average Tuition Fee

€9000 to €25000

Average Cost of Living


Top Courses
Explore Courses of the Ireland

Health Sciences
Engineering and Technology
Business Management
Accounting, Finance and Economics
Hospitality and Tourism
Agriculture, food and nutrition nursing

Education System

Ireland's higher education system is extensive and includes the university sector, the technological sector, the colleges of education, and
       independent and private colleges most of which are Irish government funded.

The NFQ evaluates and compares learning standards and qualification achievements and also streamlines transfer between universities.

Programs leading to degrees and non-degrees are available in higher education.

Non-degree programs include higher certificates (2 years), higher diploma (1 year), Graduate diploma (1 year) and Postgraduate diploma (1-2
       years). Degree programs include Bachelor’s degree (3 years), Master’s degree (1 years) and Doctoral degree (3 years).

Careers and Employment Opportunities

International students in Ireland who are enrolled in a full-time programme are eligible for casual employment, which is defined as up to 20
       hours of part-time work per week or full-time work during regular college holidays.

Students who enrol in higher education programmes in Ireland and earn a bachelor's degree, postgraduate diploma, master's degree, or MBA
       are permitted to stay in Ireland for up to 12 months and 6 months for an ordinary bachelor's degree in order to find employment and apply for a
       green card or work permit.

This time frame begins on the day you receive your exam results.

The primary industries in Ireland's export-based economy include software, mining, construction, telecommunications, tourism, and

The software development, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, and international services sectors of the Irish economy are particularly robust.

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