Why study in Ireland?

Ireland is a very beautiful and a green country which is located in the north-west of Europe. Ireland is an island which is separated from Great Britain by Irish Sea. Ireland is also known as Emerald Isle because of its greenery all over the land and its rolling hills

Ireland receives a lot of rain every year which helps to maintain the greenery. It is divided between republic of Ireland and the northern island politically, which is the part of the United Kingdom. Ireland has an equable climate and it is warmer in winter and cooler in summer due to south west winds which cross the North Atlantic Ocean. The annual temperature is 10°c and the average monthly temperature is 4°c.

Post study work

The Third Level Graduate Scheme is created to allow the foreign graduates who are from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who obtained a primary, masters or doctorate degree from an Irish third level educational institution to remain in Ireland for a period of six months to two years. The purpose of the permission is to remain there to seek employment and gain a Green Card or Work Permit.

Part time job

The outside the European Economic Area must study for full time and they are allowed to work 20 hours per week during the course study and 40 hours per week during vacation.

Post study visa

One of the major advantage of studying is Ireland is the post study visa. It is actually useful for students who wish to work in Ireland after completing their master’s program. The students will get a stay back option for 2 years after the one year master’s course and a stay back of 1 year after the completion of bachelors program. This makes the students easy to find a job after their graduation. Once the student gets employment, the student is eligible to apply for green card or work permit. The international student also has a chance to get indefinite right to stay which is the permanent residency.

English Speaking Country

Even though Ireland has its own language (Gaelic) with its cultural identity, only 36% of the Irish population knows to speak Irish and 94% of the population speaks English as it is the universal spoken language and it makes the international students the best choice to study at Ireland.

Job opportunities

There are approximately more than 4000 IT jobs available in companies like Google, Microsoft, Intel, Facebook, Yahoo etc, in Ireland. You can get a job in any of the companies after your graduation.

Frequently Asked Questions

No. the immigration permission has been granted only for the full time educational course.

The period of time which a non EEA national student can be permitted to remain to pursue courses of study is 7 years. The Period of time which was previously spent in Ireland by studying the courses also count for the 7 year time limit a non EEA

All the non-EEA students should register with their local immigration permission to remain in Ireland for more than 90 days

To open a bank account the student will need two forms of identification. Irish banks are obliged to establish their identity and verify their address. They cannot use the same document as proof of both their identity and their address. These are minimum requirements and it is at the discretion of the bank to look for further information.

The minimum level of attendance required for the course is 85%.

No. The students are not supposed to pay the tuition fees in cash.

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