Study in Ireland | Get a 2 years work permit after Masters/MBA

Why Study in Ireland?

Quality Education: Ireland offers one of the best education systems in Europe

2 Years Post Study Work: You get 2 years post study visa to work in Ireland after your Masters or PhD

Part time Work: You can work part-time in Ireland for 20 hours per week and full-time (gen. 40 hours per week) during holidays. Students can work both on and off campus

Masters 1 Year: All Masters / MBA in Ireland is of ONE year duration – you can save time!

English SpeakingIreland is a 100% English speaking country. Remember – Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom (UK) and Southern part of Ireland is known as the Republic of Ireland

Safety: Ireland is one of the friendliest and the safest country in the world

Cost of Studying in Ireland: Euro 10000 to Euro 15000 for full Masters in general depending on the Irish University you apply to. Living cost: Euro 8000 approx. The cost is nearly half as compared to that of studying in other popular study destinations

Scholarships in Ireland: Most Irish Institutions offer full or partial scholarship to eligible students. There are specific scholarships offered to Indian students. “ILW Overseas Education Consultants” helps you make a perfect application to Irish Institutions so that your chances of scholarships increase. To know more, fill out the form on this page, and our rep will call you

Jobs in Ireland: You name some of the topmost companies and most of them will have their European headquarters (HQs) in IrelandIreland has the best of the tech world and most companies will have their European HEADQUARTERS in Ireland:

Accenture, Google, Apple, HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Amazon, SAP, Twitter, Infosys, TCS, Uber, PayPal, Dell, Airbnb, Abbott, Pfizer, E&Y and mostly all. Here’s a (small) list of companies in Ireland (and see how many have their headquarters in Ireland).

Ireland is the second largest exporter of software in the world and rates amongst the top five producers of pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals globally. The ever-increasing demands of this high technology economy have ensured that the higher education technological sector offers the highest and most advanced standards and opportunities available today.

Tax Structure: The taxation in Ireland for companies is 12.5%. Thus, you will find all top companies having their HQs there. This means, you have access to some of the topmost companies in a smaller sized country. Again, there are top Institutions in Ireland and since its 100% English speaking, even the Companies prefer to be in Ireland


Which courses will make a top career in Ireland?

You name it: Technology & IT, Finance (& fintech), Green Economy (sustainable tech, renewable energy, etc.), Pharmaceuticals, Biotech, Mechanicals, Electronics, and even business degrees like the MBA.

There are increasing number of students especially opting for courses in: Data Science, Data Analytics, Business Analytics, Machine Learning, Financial Engineering, Computer Science, Electronics Engineering, Management Information Systems (MIS), Engineering Management, and more.

Which Colleges in Ireland should I consider applying to?

We can help you with applying to all Institutions in Ireland. There are application fee waivers available from several of these Institutions:

University College Dublin (UCD)
University College Cork (UCC)
Trinity College Dublin (TCD)
Dublin City University (DCU)
National University Ireland, Galway (NUI-Galway)
University Limerick (UL)
Maynooth University

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)
Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT)
Dundalk Institute of Technology (DKIT)
Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT)
Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown (ITB)

Institute of Technology, Carlow (ITCarlow)
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)
Cork Institute of Technology (CIT)
Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT)
Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT)
Institute of Technology, Sligo (ITSligo)
Institute of Technology, Tallaght (IT Tallaght)
Institute of Technology, Tralee (IT Tralee)
LIT Tipperary

Dublin Business School (DBS)
Griffith College Dublin (GCD)
National College of Ireland (NCI)
Shannon College of Hotel Management
National College of Art and Design

You can study a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees across the following fields of study in Ireland:

  • Agriculture, Food & Nutrition
  • Architecture
  • Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Business Management
  • Engineering
  • Technology & IT
  • Law
  • Medicine
  • Nursing
  • Physiotherapy
  • Radiography
  • Science
  • Sport & Performance
  • Veterinary Medicine

Student Speaks

Saumil Mathuria, MSc Finance, Smurfit Business School – UCD

ILW team are the best education consultants for studying in Ireland. I had been to many overseas education consultants, but the information at ILW is concrete, its personal – they take care of smallest detail while guiding you. They counsel you to extent that you establish your academic and career goals. I got through several Institutions in Ireland. I finally selected UCD as its the best business school in Ireland. And well, I earned some great scholarship to study at UCD, thanks to ILW’s counselling and help!


Karan Samani, Bachelors in Computer Science – University College Cork (UCC)

ILW team has been brilliant! Thanks to their counselling and support, I am studying at UCC with a near 70% scholarship. Their information about applying for scholarship is noteworthy. I had offers to study at some of the topmost universities in the US and Canada. However, I found that studying at UCC was the best fit for me. I think I am at the best place – UCC has all the facilities for international students and the faculties are great. I am loving it in Ireland! I recommend all aspirants to visit to ILW atleast once as I found them to be the best study abroad consultants. They will perfectly help choose your universities and make top College applications.

As one of the leading study abroad consultants, ‘ILW Overseas Education Consultants’ provides all services free of cost to students that include selecting the right universities abroad, applications, admission, visa guidance, scholarship applications, and more.