• Quality Education: Education has been a key factor in making Ireland one of the fastest growing economies in the world Irish higher education institutions are widely recognized for excellence because of availability, extensive range of programs.
• Recognized Qualifications: Irish University, Colleges & Technical institutions have a qualification from NFQA (National frame Qualification Authority) which shows the excellence of multidimensional course framework that has been offered to students.
• Cost of living: Ireland is a growing study destination with competent economy that suits an international student to bear the educational cost & living expenses with the scholarships and part time job.
• Supportive Learning Environments: Dedicated international offices work closely with academics, administrative and specialist staff to fully support students throughout their time in Ireland. Through these support structures, students receive direct access to information, facilities, services and staff.
• Broader Course Opportunities: Many of higher educational institutions of Ireland’s provide variety of courses in different streams (medicine, science, technology, engineering, business, law, languages, literature, history, philosophy, psychology etc.) You have so many options in your hand to choose a good course, which create building block for your success.
• Multitude work scope: Ireland has 4.4% unemployment rate with home country of top leading multinational companies. Irish system allow you to do part time job during your study, it give you chance to work with variety of people in many circumstances, understand the requirements and enhance your knowledge in various field.
• Friendly & Safe Environment: Irish people are renowned for their friendliness, which greatly contributes to comfort overseas students for opting student life in Ireland. It is also regarded as a safe country to study and live in. The Global Peace Index ranked it as the 12th "most peaceful country" in 2013.
• Multicultural society: Ireland is a multi-ethnic, multicultural European country with a thriving immigrant population here to stay. The Republic of Ireland combines adventure, history, culture, and entertainment into one fascinating place. Richness of culture, breathtaking scenery, and friendly people make it an ideal study destination for any international student.
• Post study visa: One of the major benefits of studying in Ireland is the post-study visa. This makes it easier for students to look for job opportunities in the country after they graduate, and once they have a job, they are eligible to apply for a green card/work permit.
Study in Ireland will be a passport to a successful career. Historically, Ireland was always one of Europe’s poorer countries, however, in the last 20 years; it has grown into one of Europe’s wealthiest nations. And the quality of the Irish education system is a major contributing factor to the rapid rate of economic growth. The Irish Education System is divided into three basic levels: Primary (for 8 years); Secondary (for 5 or 6 years) and Third level which offers a wide range of opportunities from post-Secondary courses, to vocational and technical training, to full degree and the highest post-graduate level. Apart from this, Ireland education system accepts student's for post graduation with 15 yrs of education, unlike some countries. NFQA maintain quality Standard of Ireland education system. Ireland is famous as an international hub for high quality scientific research. Many students from around the world, including India, choose Ireland to pursue research in various fields.
Ireland's worldwide reputation for high quality education is built on the solid foundation which gives commitment to success in various fields. Many of Ireland’s institutions of higher education are internationally ranked, and with many strong programs (5000+) in a variety of areas such as technology, engineering, science, medicine, health, business, law, humanities, literature, history, languages, philosophy, psychology and many more. Student can choose any sort of degree, diploma and certificate courses. Traditionally the tertiary educational system has comprised the university sector, the technical colleges and the colleges of education - funded by the state and self-governing.
|Higher Education||English Language Study||Vocational Study|
|• Bachelor's Degree (3 - 4 year)
• Graduate Diploma (1 year)
• Masters Degree (1-2 year)
• Doctorate (PhD) (3 year)
• One-Year Certificate : (1 year)
• National Certificate : (2 year)
• National Diploma: (1 year)
| English Language Training
||Colleges of Further|
SCOTTISH INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Permanent residents of China, India, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore wishing to study for a Masters in Scotland can apply for the Scottish Executive scholarships for the 2006-2007 entry. The scholarships are available for courses at any Scottish higher education institution, with priority for science and technology and creative industries courses. They cover tuition fees, return economy airfare and living allowance.
OVERSEAS RESEARCH STUDENTS AWARD SCHEME
The ORSAS is available to students of exceptional academic excellence to undertake postgraduate research in British universities. The award provides funding only to pay the difference between the international student tuition fee and the home/EU fee. They do not cover the basic fee or maintenance; however, some universities provide additional awards to cover these extra costs. Students have to apply through the academic institution where they have been offered a place to study.
COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP PLANS
General Scholarships through the CSFP are normally available for postgraduate studies, and cover the cost of the university fees, return travel and personal maintenance. Applications should normally be filed in the first instance to the Commonwealth Scholarship agency in the country where the applicant is a permanent resident. Split-Site Doctoral Scholarships from the CSFP support students who are already undertaking a PhD programme in their home university. The scholarship enables the students to spend 1 year in a UK university as part of their work. The award covers one year's tuition fees, travel and maintenance allowance. Applications are normally sent through the universities. The Shared Scholarship Scheme provide support for taught postgraduate students who would not otherwise be able to study in the UK. The scheme provides funding for tuition fees, return airlines and a maintenance stipend. Applications should be filed through participating universities. BRITISH CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS
These scholarships are available to talented graduates and young professionals for studying in the UK. Three types of scholarships are available: Type A (tuition fees only), Type B (full scholarships, covering fees and stipends), and Type C (covering part or full stipends and allowances). Applications should be made through the British Embassy, High Commission or British Council of the country where the student is a citizen.
College students have a wide choice when it comes to accommodation. Irish people are known for warm welcome and their friendliness, they make international student comfortable very soon, and student can choose any suitable accommodation in any location that can fulfill their requirement.
• On Campus – living in university campus will be a great option. It will minimize your Travel & expenses. Living in campus give you option to live with classmates and friends.
• Off Campus – Many Students choose off campus option (Private, ranted accommodation) as they want to explore their life beyond the campus. If you are renting a property, you need to pay a security deposit or 'bond' as well as rent in advance.
• Home stay – Often called living in ‘digs’, a home stay is the most common type of accommodation for younger students.
Before deciding to study in Ireland, you should ensure that you have sufficient funds to cover your costs of living. International student can rely on their part-time income to meet all expenses which is generated by part time work during their studies in Ireland.
|Accommodation (You will choose one of them)|
|• Off Campus (Rental)
• On campus(hall of residence :full catered)
|€400 to €1000 per month
€545 to €1000 per month
€600 to €1200 per month
|Other living expenses|
|• Groceries and eating out
• Gas, electricity
• Public Transport
|€250 per month
€33 per month
€20 per month
€119 per month
€40 to €150 per month
|Estimated Annual Cost Of living - € 7000 to € 15000|
International student requires a valid student visa to study in preferred college or university. Irish education system offers one major intake which is in September however, few university and college do provide minor intake in February as well. Apart from this, you have to check, university or colleges, courses, eligibility criteria, entry dates, application deadlines and language requirement. There are certain things you need to remember for visa application that is offer letter from institution, proof of funds, letter of recommendation, statement of purpose, PCC(a police certificate of good character), education bond, medical certificate, Health Insurance & Many More. In order to get student visa you need to fulfill some requirement i.e. Complete the application form & pay the fee, check all documentation, passport size photos, valid passport, offer letter of university or college. To streamline the admission process student must complete and submit their application 3-4 months prior.
Before you set off from home to Ireland there are a few items that you need to ensure you have so that your journey is as seamless as possible.
• Your valid passport with Irish student visa.
• Your offer letter from the Irish institution, your letter of acceptance, and your accommodation details.
• Purchase health insurance to cover any major medical care necessary during the stay.
• Important documents (photocopies and originals).
• We advise you to have these documents in your hand luggage so that it can be checked quickly and easily. (Passport, Entry Visa, Evidence of Health Insurance, Acceptance of offer letter from institutions, Fees receipt).
• Receipts of any related payments you have made including tuition fees, health cover etc.
• Your birth certificate, credit card, photographs.
• Important telephone numbers and addresses in India and Ireland.
• Prescriptions to support your use of any required medications.
• Check baggage allowance with your airline.
• Your luggage should be clearly labeled with your name, contact address and the address of your institution.
• Climate will be different from your home country. So pack you baggage accordingly.
• International students must register with the INIS (formerly GNIB) after arrival.
• Student must open a bank account for ease in money.
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