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Why Study in Ireland

We’ve got a million reasons to give you. Let’s however categorically look at why you should study in Ireland when you are finalizing your study abroad plan.

Quality of Education

Top Universities and Rankings

Affordability and Return
on Investment

Safety and Location

Language and Communication

Ability to Network with Industry

Possibility of Working in that Country

Jobs and Residency

Life in that Country

When you consider ALL of the factors above,
you will find that you get it all working in your favour!

Masters/MBA or PhD in Ireland: On declaration of results of your Masters or MBA or PhD, you will be able to stay back in Ireland for TWO years to seek employment. Once you get your job (and are earning Euro 30000 annually), you can apply for a Green Card/Work Permit.

Bachelors in Ireland: On declaration of results of your undergraduate degree in Ireland, you will be able to stay back in Ireland for ONE year to seek employment. Once you get your job (and are earning Euro 30000 annually), you can apply for a Green Card/Work Permit.

 

Companies in Ireland

1000s of giant companies in Information & Communications Technology (ICT), Social Media, Pharmaceuticals, and Finance have their European headquarters (HQ) or their largest European operations in Ireland. And these are some really big companies that need a lot of talented and educated workforce eg. Google, HP, Apple, Accenture, Dropbox, IBM, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, eBay, Microsoft, PayPal, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Abbott Laboratories, Pfizer, GSK, Genzyme and many more.

Ireland is the second most attractive country globally for FDI – after Singapore.

Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is said to be one of the 7 new cities in the world for start-ups, as found in this Fortune article

Ireland is ranked in the 10 best educated countries in the world: 24/7 Wall St/OECD Education at a Glance report

Ireland has some top universities and very well respected across the world. The infrastructure, the facilities, the lecturers are classy and world renowned

Ireland has one of the best education systems in Europe (2004 IMD World competitiveness Report) with a history rich in tradition and learning

Undergraduate degree system in Ireland is 4 years, much like the in the USA

Most Universities are spread over 100s of acres with some of the best facilities eg. UCD has the largest urban campus in Europe right in the capital city of Dublin, spread over 350 acres

Ireland is one of the SAFEST countries in the world

Consistently ranked as one of the World’s Friendliest Countries. In 2010, Lonely Planet named Ireland the most friendly country in the world

Ireland is 100% English Speaking. Thus, networking and communicating is easy

International students can work part-time for 20 hours per week during the course. € 8-9 per hour can be earned by students in general

Ireland is relatively cheaper than other top cities in Europe to live, has a very low corporate tax structure (which attracts top companies), and simply put, everybody in Ireland speaks English – it is a 100% English speaking country. Your life as a student could be really good and easy in Ireland. There’s more –

  • 9 out of top 10 global ICT companies are in Ireland (there are 5300 ICT companies in Ireland)
  • 3 of the world’s top 5 gaming companies are in Ireland
  • Top 5 exporter of software in the world
  • 8 of the world’s top 10 technology companies are here
  • More than 50% of the world’s leading Financial Services firms have operations in Ireland
  • 9 of the top 10 aircraft leasing companies are in Ireland
  • 2nd largest exporter of med-tech products in Europe
  • 15 of the world’s top 20 medical technology companies manufacture in Ireland with 25,000 people employed in industry in Ireland (the most med-tech personnel per capita in Europe)
  • 7 out of 10 of the world’s biggest blockbuster drugs are manufactured in Ireland
  • 9 of the world’s top 10 pharma companies are in Ireland
  • 6 out of top 7 diagnostics companies are in Ireland

Do Your Math!

Ireland offers a ONE year Masters + TWO years work permit + has all the top companies that need educated and talented people. Don’t you think that you stand a good chance to get one good job? The course fee in Ireland also ranges from Euro 8000 to Euro 16000 in general ie. Rs 6 lacs to Rs 14 lacs. That’s half or 1/3rd as compared to many countries for equally good programs and universities

  • Voted one of the Best Student Cities in the World by the 2014 QS rankings
  • Dublin is one of Europe’s youngest, vibrant and most lively cities – it has the youngest population in Europe, with over 30% under 30
  • Ireland’s capital and one of Europe’s most navigable city centres – it is easy to walk around the heart of the historic city, to view classical buildings, museums and art galleries, to stop for a cup of coffee in any of the little restaurants and coffee houses sprinkled along every main and side street
  • One of the three most visited Capital Cities in Europe
  • Home to many of the national cultural institutions, including the National Library, National Gallery, the Abbey (National Theatre), the Dublin Writers’ Museum, Chester Beatty Library and the National Concert Hall
  • Nominated UNESCO City of Literature in 2010
  • Four Nobel Prizes for Literature have been awarded to writers associated with Dublin – playwright George Bernard Shaw, poets W.B. Yeats and Seamus Heaney, and the multi-faceted Samuel Beckett
  • Europe’s ‘tech’ capital – home to 9 of the 10 largest global ICT companies (with 63% of all ICT jobs in Ireland are located in Dublin)

And hello!
Dublin city is very happening! And if parents are reading this, its very VERY safe too!
We’ve got some really top students studying at several Irish Universities. They’d be happy to help with your questions.
Here's where you can ask or tell us something.

MBA in Ireland

Quick Pointers to Help You Decide

15 Years Education

15

You can study an MBA in Ireland with 15 years of your Indian education ie. students who have studied, BCom, BMS, BMM, BBA and such other 3 years degrees are accepted

Save Precious Time

1

MBA in Ireland is generally of ONE year in duration ie. you could finish your MBA early as compared to studying in India

Work Permit After Graduation

2

Two years post study work permit in Ireland is
available after you complete your MBA in Ireland

MBA Fee Range

Starting*

10000

Euros


MBA programs in Ireland can cost you between Euro 10000 to Euro 16000 ie Rs. 7.5 lacs to Rs 14 lacs (entire MBA course fee).

Some MBAs like the UCD MBA costs Euro 34500 ie. Rs 25 lacs approx.

Irish Universities & Colleges that Offer MBA

University College Dublin (UCD)

Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business
12 Months MBA
Fee: Euro 34500
Average GMAT Requirement: 630

Griffith College (Dublin, Limerick)

MBA
MBA International Business
12 Months MBA
Fee: Euro 11000
GMAT is not required

Dublin Business School

MBA
MBA (Cloud Computing Stream)
MBA (Finance Stream)
MBA (HRM Stream)
MBA (Information Systems Stream)
MBA (Marketing Stream)
MBA (Project Management Stream)
12 Months MBA
Fee: Euro 7900

Best Time to Apply

The sooner you apply, the better it is. We recommend our students to apply around November of the preceding year to when you are hoping to join. This allows enough time to apply for scholarships. Irish Universities have specific awards for Indian students. You could however make your applications until April/May of the same year if you wish to join in September. The visa process time is between 4 to 8 weeks.

Visa Process Takes Upto

8

*Weeks


Remember:

1000s of giant companies in Information & Communications Technology (ICT), Social Media, Pharmaceuticals, and Finance have their European headquarters (HQ) or their largest European operations in Ireland. And these are some really big companies that need a lot of talented and educated workforce eg. Google, HP, Apple, Accenture, Dropbox, IBM, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, eBay, Microsoft, PayPal, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Abbott Laboratories, Pfizer, GSK, Genzyme and many more.

You can review this article on the Guardian: 700 US companies now located in Ireland as direct investment soars

How Do We Help?

Save Money: We save you a good amount of application fee required while applying to Irish Universities. Believe it! Each year we have a lot of APPLICATION FEE WAIVERS to apply to Irish Universities and we pass on these benefits to you. eg. we can offer application fee waiver for UCD, DCU, UCC and many more Irish Institutions

Shortlisting: Based on your interest area, future plans, career objectives, budget and several other factors, we help you select the right MBA programs to apply to in Ireland

Application Documentation: We guide to with your documents required for applying to MBA programmes in Ireland. This includes helping you build the right CV, editing suggestions to your statement of purpose (SOP), and other documents

Application: We apply for you to Irish Universities where we guide you on filling the application forms, checking the content, rectifying any errors, and submitting the application

Follow ups: We follow up on your behalf with the University to get you your admission offer letter

Finalization: Once your offers are in, we help you finalize on the right MBA programme for you

Financial Matters: We will guide on how you have to make your fee payment and get your confirmation from the University

Visa Guidance: We guide you through the complete student visa process including suggesting the right documents, documentation check, applying for appointment, preparing the visa application file

Connect: We try to connect you with other students who are going to Ireland or who are already studying there

Accommodation: We guide you with booking of your accommodation in Ireland and/or transfer of any deposit and payments

There’s so much more that we do during the entire process to make your journey a really good one!

Masters in Ireland

At a postgraduate level, you will find most students applying for Masters in Ireland
rather than an MBA program. Studying a Masters in Ireland is very popular because of
the existence of a large number of top Companies having their head quarters in Ireland.

15 Years Education

15

You can study an MBA in Ireland with 15 years of your Indian education ie. students who have studied, BCom, BMS, BMM, BBA and such other 3 years degrees are accepted

Save Precious Time

1

MBA in Ireland is generally of ONE year in duration ie. you could finish your MBA early as compared to studying in India

Work Post Graduation

1

One year post study work permit is available after
you complete your MBA in Ireland

Masters Fee Range

Finish Full Masters In

1

Year


Masters Programs in Ireland can cost you anything between Euro 9000  and Euro 16000 per year

Starting*

9000

Euros


around Rs 5.6 lacs

Popular Masters programmes in Ireland that you can study:

(this is completely based on our experience and we have known that students have done extremely well after studying such Masters in Ireland)

Business Management & Related

Masters in Management
Masters in Finance
Masters in Marketing
Masters in Human Resource Management (HRM)
Masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Masters in International Business / Entrepreneurship
Masters in Media

Information Technology & Related

Masters in Information Technology (IT)
Masters in Information Systems
Masters in Cloud Computing
Masters in Data Analytics and/or Data Mining
Masters in Software Engineering
Masters in Project Management
Masters in Computing (and/or Communications Software, Enterprise Software Systems, other combinations)
Masters in Computer Science

Technology & Related

Masters in Sustainable Energy Systems
Masters in Electronics / Electrical Engineering
Masters in VLSI Design
Masters in Embedded Systems
Masters in Technology and Innovation

Sciences

Masters in Biomedical Science
Masters in Biomedical Device Materials
Masters in Pharmacy (Clinical Pharmacy)
Masters in Pharmaceutical Technology and/or Quality Systems

We’ve even got applicants applying to programmes like Masters in Creative Writing.

The list of Irish writers goes on and on, with each generation producing several new word wizards. A sample includes James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, William Butler Yeats, Samuel Beckett, William Trevor, John McGahern, and Emma Donohue

Most programmes that you study related to the following have a great future in Ireland given its economy and the research we have done to know it for you:

THE HONEY MONEY

Finance

World’s top financial firms have their European HQs in Ireland

ADVICE THE WORLD

Consulting

Nearly all of World’s Top Consulting firms have a presence in Ireland
Cos.: Accenture, McKinsey & Co., Boston Consulting Group, Mercer, E&Y, Cognizant, Booz & Co., KPMG Consulting, PwC, SAP Consulting, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys Consulting (Infy), many more

NECESSITY

Agri-Food

Ireland has the 5th most innovative agri-food sector in the EU
230000 jobs linked to Agri-Food
Ireland is UK’s largest supplier of food & drink
Ireland is the biggest net exporter of dairy ingredients
Agri-food research has been allocated 641m Euro (11% of the total funding available for Sci., Tech. & Innovation

THE WIRELESS & THE WIRED

Information & Communications Tech (ICT) and Engineering

World’s Top 10 Tech Cos. have a presence in Ireland
5 of out Ireland’s top 10 exporters are tech Cos.
5300 ICT Cos in Ireland
Most top World Cos Companies have their European HQs in Ireland (Google, HP, Apple, IBM, Accenture, Amazon, Facebook, DropBox, Cisco, Dell, eBay, LinkedIn, Microsoft, more)

THE DRUG

Pharmaceuticals

9 out of top 10 MNCs have huge operations in Ireland
Pharma exports over 55.1bn Euro annually
Exports represent over 50% of total national exports
Employs 50000 people
50% of employees hold a third-level qualification and the sector employs a quarter of all PhD researchers
Cos.: Abbott Laboratories, Pfizer, GSK, Genzyme and many more

The Good Green

Green Economy & Sustainability

Sector employs about 19000 people
Market size is about 3.05 billion Euro
Over 50% Cos – looking for staff
Growth is predicted in renewable energies, efficient energy use, water and waste water treatment; waste management, recovery and recycling; environmental consultancy services, green ICT applications and software

SAVE THE HUMAN

Medical Devices & Technology

11 of the top 13 global medical technology Cos. have significant manufacturing and/or R&D facilities in Ireland
Over 250 med Cos. in Ireland export over 8bn Euro worth of product annually
50% of ventilators used in acute hospitals worldwide
33% of the world’s contact lenses
Ireland is ranked No. 1 globally for the most highly employable graduates in the sector
Employs over 27000 people
Imagine: Over 90% of stents in the world are made in Ireland

Remember:
1000s of giant companies in Information & Communications Technology (ICT), Social Media, Pharmaceuticals, and Finance have their European headquarters (HQ) or their largest European operations in Ireland. And these are some really big companies that need a lot of talented and educated workforce eg. Google, HP, Apple, Accenture, Dropbox, IBM, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, eBay, Microsoft, PayPal, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Abbott Laboratories, Pfizer, GSK, Genzyme and many more

Most students will be able to find an opportunity to work with a top company in Ireland. Many student go on
to study a PhD after their Masters in Ireland

How Do We Help?

Save: We save you some application fee required while applying to Irish Universities. Believe it!

Shortlisting: Based on your interest area, future plans, career objectives, budget and several other factors, we help you select the right MBA programs to apply to in Ireland

Application Documentation: We guide to with your documents required for applying to MBA programmes in Ireland. This includes helping you build the right CV, editing suggestions to your statement of purpose (SOP), and other documents

Application: We apply for you to Irish Universities where we guide you on filling the application forms, checking the content, rectifying any errors, and submitting the application

Follow ups: We follow up on your behalf with the University to get you your admission offer letter

Finalization: Once your offers are in, we help you finalize on the right MBA programme for you

Financial Matters: We will guide on how you have to make your fee payment and get your confirmation from the University

Visa Guidance: We guide you through the complete student visa process including suggesting the right documents, documentation check, applying for appointment, preparing the visa application file

Connect: We try to connect you with other students who are going to Ireland or who are already studying there

Accommodation: We guide you with booking of your accommodation in Ireland and/or transfer of any deposit and payments

There’s so much more that we do during the entire process to make your journey a really good one!

Bachelors in Ireland

Some extremely popular Bachelors degree in Ireland are Business Management (or BBA), Software Systems, IT, Computer Science, Gaming Technology, Biomedical Science, Data Science, Pharmacy, Medicine

Quick Notes on Bachelors in Ireland

Cost

Most Bachelors Degree in Ireland costs between Euro 7000 to Euro 11000 per year except for degrees in medicals that may cost about Euro 25000 or higher per academic year

Duration

Ordinary Bachelors is 3 years and Bachelors Honors is 4 years

Entrance Tests

SAT test is NOT required for applying to Ireland.
IELTS Academic is essential and the test can be done in about a month’s time from when you plan. 2 to 3 test dates for IELTS test are available each month and the test centres are available in most cities in India. Ideal score in IELTS test would be 6.0 band (out of 9.0 band)

Time To Apply


We recommend our students to apply in November of the preceding year to
when they have to join. This allows enough time to apply for scholarships

Remember

1000s of giant companies in Information & Communications Technology (ICT), Social Media, Pharmaceuticals, and Finance have their European headquarters (HQ) or their largest European operations in Ireland. And these are some really big companies that need a lot of talented and educated workforce eg. Google, HP, Apple, Accenture,
Dropbox, IBM, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, eBay, Microsoft, PayPal, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Abbott Laboratories, Pfizer, GSK, Genzyme and many more

One year post study work is available in Ireland after students finish their course in Ireland

Cost of studying in Ireland is half to 1/3rd as compared to studying in some other popular destinations

Ireland is one of the safest and the friendliest countries in the world

Ireland is 100% English speaking and hence the communication becomes extremely easy

Northern Ireland is a part of the UK and Southern Ireland is known as the Republic of Ireland

Checkout the Why Study in Ireland to obtain better clarity on the same.

Application Procedure and Admission Process

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Study Intakes in Ireland:

The main intake offered by Universities and Colleges in Ireland is September. Few Irish Institutions also offer a February start.

Best time to apply to Universities in Ireland:

We suggest you apply in the November of the preceding year. This would allow you to apply for many SCHOLARSHIPS that Universities in Ireland offer. You can however
apply until June start for the September intake. Remember, the admission decisions may take up to 4 weeks and the student visa process for Ireland takes between 4 to 6 weeks.

Step-wise Process of Studying in Ireland

Select your programme and finalize your Universities. We will help you do that based on your interest area, career plan, current academic background and scores, budget, more.

Collect your documents and submit them to us.

For a list of documents to apply to Universities in Ireland, check this page  of our website. Book your IELTS test date. We can help you do that. Simply call +91 9820864001 (between 10am and 7pm)

List of Documents Required – Found Here!

Make online or paper application as indicated by each University. We will do that for you or help you fill out the forms correctly

Follow up with the Universities. We will do that on your behalf and provide any additional information required by the University

Collect admission offers and plan your next move (visa process, accommodation, etc.). We will keep sending you the offers and also will keep you updated on new information and updates. We will also be assisting you with your SCHOLARSHIP application at this stage

Finalize one University that you wish to join and pay a deposit as required by the University. We will help you make this crucial decision and also guide you on the financial matters, including how to transfer the deposit and getting you a confirmation from the University

Prepare your documents for the Irish student visa application. Book an appointment and apply for the visa. We will help you finalize your documents, check if they are in order and guide you in taking the visa appointment

Fly

Once you receive the visa, celebrate, buy your stuff, pack your bags, and fly. We will provide a pre-departure brief (eg. what to carry when you are going, about life in Ireland, etc.), help you connect with other students going to Ireland, help you book your accommodation and much more

Documents and Applications Requirements

Documents required for admissions to Irish Universities

  • Resume
  • Passport Copy
  • All Marksheets (From 10th to Final Year of Studies)
  • Degree certificate or provisional degree certificate (if you are currently studying for eg. in your final year, then you could submit this later)
  • Bachelors transcripts (not compulsory for all Universities in Ireland) – do not wait to submit your application if you are going to these later
  • IELTS (Academic) score report (if you are yet to take the test, you can submit this later as soon as it arrives)
  • 2 Recommendation Letters (from your College / Employer – on the letter headed paper of the Institution / Organization)
  • Statement of Purpose (SOP)
  • Work Experience Letter (s) (if any)
  • Certificates of Extracurricular Activities (if any)
  • Birth Certificate Copy (may be required by only some Universities in Ireland)

Notes:
Most Universities and Institutes of Technology in Ireland have online application. Care must be taken to fill the form thoroughly

If you are yet to appear for your IELTS test or have not yet received the result, you could enter the date of the test that you would have booked. Once the result arrives, we can update the University on your behalf

Cost of Studying in Ireland

Cost of your total study in Ireland can be divided into: Tuition Fees (Course Fees), Living Expenses and Other Expenses

Courses in Ireland Course Fee in EURO (range) Course Fee in INR (range)
Engineering Courses in Ireland Euro 9100 to Euro 19000 Rs 5.9 lacs to Rs 12.5 lacs approx.
Science and Technology including IT related courses in Ireland Euro 9100 to Euro 19000 Rs 5.9 lacs to Rs 12.5 lacs approx.
Business Related Courses in Ireland Euro 8000 to Euro 16500 Rs 5.2 lacs to Rs 10.7 lacs
Arts and Humanities Courses in Ireland Euro 9100 to Euro 15500 Rs 5.9 lacs to Rs 10 lacs
Medicine Related Courses in Ireland Euro 29000 to Euro 42000 Rs 19 lacs to 27 lacs
1 Euro is calculated at INR 65

Cost of some popular Programs in Ireland

MBA In Ireland

MBA in Ireland may cost between Euro 8000 to Euro 15000 (except the UCD MBA which costs Euro 34500) (full course fee)

Masters in Ireland

Following Masters in Ireland will cost between Euro 10000 to Euro 15000 (except for a few programmes that may go up to Euro 17000)

Masters in Information Technology (IT)

Masters in Information Systems

Masters in Cloud Computing

Masters in Data Analytics and/or Data Mining

Masters in Software Engineering

Masters in Project Management

Masters in Computing (and/or Communications Software, Enterprise Software Systems, other combinations)

Masters in Computer Science

Masters in Management

Masters in Finance

Masters in Marketing

Masters in Human Resource Management (HRM)

Masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Masters in International Business / Entrepreneurship

Masters in Media

Masters in Sustainable Energy Systems

Masters in Electronics / Electrical Engineering

Masters in VLSI Design

Masters in Embedded Systems

Masters in Biomedical Science

Masters in Biomedical Device Materials

Masters in Pharmacy (Clinical Pharmacy)

Masters in Pharmaceutical Technology and/or Quality Systems

Bachelors in Ireland

Most Bachelors Degree in Ireland costs between Euro 7000 to Euro 11000 per year

Some extremely popular Bachelors degree in Ireland are Business Management (or BBA), Software Systems, IT, Computer Science, Gaming Technology, Biomedical Science, Data Science, Pharmacy, Medicine

Living Expenses in Ireland

Cost of living is generally between 7000 and 10000  euros per year. This includes your accommodation, food, travel, books, some warm clothing, etc.

It all depends on where are you studying Ireland and what type of accommodation you choose largely

Other Expenses in Ireland

This includes the following:

Visa application, travel insurance, medical insurance*, mobile phone and such other expenses

Medical Insurance*:

  • You are required to show proof of comprehensive medical insurance when registering with the Garda National Immigration Bureau
  • Proof of health insurance is also required when applying for a student visa and before entering in to Ireland
  • Both travel and medical Insurance is valid for only one year

Super News

Indian students who stay in Ireland for at least one year are eligible for public hospital treatment under the same conditions as an Irish citizen. Under this scheme, students pay Euro 100 for a visit to the Emergency Department (ED) and, on admission to hospital, a further Euro 75 per day up to a maximum of Euro 750 for the first ten days. No further charges are incurred if a student remains in hospital for longer than this. Note: Students are not covered if they travel to Northern Ireland (in the UK) or other EU countries. Further information can be obtained at the Health Service Executive (HSE). This scheme does not apply to students staying for less than a year in Ireland.

Tests Required to Study in Ireland

Well, you just need one test - an English language test. You can prepare, register and
finish your test in about a month’s time. Happy?

English Language Requirement:

Students must take the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test. The IELTS test scores an applicant out of 9.0 band (scoring is always in multiples of 0.5). 2 to 3 test dates are available each month and the test can be taken at centres in mostly all cities in India. The test results arrive after about 13 days from the test date. Thus, register for the test early. To know all about IELTS, click the IELTS section  of our website. If you wish to register for IELTS and need information on test dates, etc., simply call us at +91 9820864001 (between 10am and 7pm) and we will help you for free.

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Recommended Score in IELTS to study in Ireland:

To Study Bachelors

6.0

At least 6.0 band overall and no less than 5.5 in each component ie. Reading, Writing, Listening Speaking

To Study Masters or MBA

6.5

At least 6.5 band overall band score and no less 5.5 in each component ie. Reading, Writing, Listening Speaking. Preferred score would at 7.0 band score overall with no less than 6.5 in each component

Do not wait for your IELTS score report to arrive. While you prepare for the test or wait for the score, we can apply on your behalf

It is recommended to take the test even if you are getting a waiver from your Institution since providing the original certificate with the visa application increases your
chances of obtaining a student visa

Other Tests: GMAT, GRE, SAT

Most Universities in Ireland do NOT require GRE or GMAT for applying to their MS programs. Smile now.

Only some programmes at some Universities may need these tests eg. UCD MBA requires a GMAT test.

SAT is NOT required by Universities in Ireland for undergraduate studies

Scholarships in Ireland

We’ve got to say, “the Irish Government has been generous to Indian students”. At the same time, we have been working hard for our students to get them every opportunity
to apply for these scholarships.

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How Can We Help

We will help you right from start to end in the process of studying in Ireland. Our connections with Universities in Ireland ensure that our information is always up to date, and that you make the most of it

Admission Counseling

Studying abroad is a crucial decision and we know that. We want that you use our experience in and join the perfect University that best helps you make your career plans.

Our Counseling Packages

It is FREE. We do not charge if you wish to apply to only Ireland through us. In fact we SAVE you some application fee too that is charged by the Universities.

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However we won’t leave this opportunity to tell you why you should use our free help:

  1. We’ve got over 15 years experience in placing students abroad
  2. Our admission success rate has been 100% and our visa success rate has been near 99%
  3. Most of our students would earn at least some kind of scholarship
  4. We’ve visited Ireland and have seen most of the Universities and Institutions. We’ve met with University officials and we keep connecting with Irish Universities often to get you the perfect information
  5. We’ve understood the difference between studying in Ireland vis-a-vis another country and we can guide you extremely well – “Use Our Experience”
  6. We help you right from start to end in the process of applying to Irish Institutions, with scholarships and thereafter with the visa process, helping you book the accommodation, buy forex, and much more
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Irish Student Visa

Processing takes between 4 – 8 weeks

Apply for Visa Within

3

Months to the Commencement of the Course

Travel to Ireland Within

30

Days to the Course Commencement

Irish Student Visa Application


All applications for a student visa for Ireland must be made using the AVATS on-line facility including from India.

Keep the following documents handy while taking applying online:

  1. Passport and details of any previous passports – number, date of issue/expiry
  2. Details of any previous Irish visa applications
  3. Contact details for your host in Ireland ie. from your University
  4. Itinerary (if applicable) (it is not required to book the travel tickets before applying for a student visa for Ireland)

Once you have filled this form, you will see a “summary form” (also known as ‘summary sheet’). Take a print of it and follow the instructions on the “summary form”. This summary form must be signed and dated along with the other documentation that you will be submitting to the VFS Ireland, in turn to the Irish Embassy in India.

Book your appointment at VFS Ireland within 30 days from the date of filling the online application. You will need the application transaction number (available on the
summary form generated through the online application) to be entered while taking the online appointment. Pay the visa application fee online.

Where to apply


If there is an Irish Embassy, Consulate, Honorary Consul or Visa Office in your country of permanent residence you must apply there.

Consulate of Ireland in Mumbai is at Kamanwala Chambers, 2 Nd Floor Sir P M Road, Mumbai G.p.o(fort) Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India

Visa facilitation service (VFS) centres for applying for an Irish visa in India are available in: Mumbai (North), Mumbai (South), Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Hyderabad, Jalandhar, Kolkata, New Delhi, Pune.

You may be required to attend for a personal interview.

Documents required for applying for an Irish student visa:

  1. Two colour passport sized photographs not more than 6 months old (photograph requirements are here)
  2. Original Passport (should be valid for at least 12 months after your proposed date of arrival in Ireland)
  3. The Visa Application forms and the summary form (that you will have printed after filling the online application at AVATS on-line facility
  4. Letter of acceptance from the education institution
  5. All academic documents
  6. IELTS score report
  7. Police clearance Certificate
  8. Evidence of financial resources confirming that you have enough funds to cover your tuition and living expenses during your stay in Ireland (estimated living expense in Ireland for one academic year is Euro 7000)
  9. Evidence of fee payment made to the University (eg. Payment receipt from the University or a valid receipt that the course fee has been lodged with an approved fees payment service)
  10. Private Medical Insurance cover  – your University may arrange this one your behalf and your letter of acceptance (admission letter) from the University must include
    this detail. If you have arranged it privately, then you must provide an evidence of it. How much medical cover is required is available here
  11. Birth Certificate
  12. Information or confirmation of any previous Irish visa refusals
  13. All documents MUST be in ORIGINAL only. Keep a set of photocopy for your reference. Original documents such Birth Certificate, etc. will be returned. However, documents like bank statements or balance certificate may not be returned

Note: There may be other documents that may be required based on your circumstances

Visa Application Fee


The visa fee has to be paid by Cashier’s Order favoring “Consulate General of Ireland, Mumbai”. of Rs. 5000/- approx (The applicable visa fee in Indian Rupees is as per the current exchange rate and is subject to change without notice).

Visa Processing time


You should allow as much time as possible when applying for a visa but a minimum time of 4 – 8 weeks for processing. Generally, you should have a decision in 4 to 6
weeks

English Ability Requirements


All applicant must show IELTS / or equivalent Score sheet for Visa

APPROVAL IN PRINCIPLE


If your course is a HETAC approved course (check with your college in Ireland), you do not have to pay fees in advance. If your study visa is approved, fees will need to be paid and evidence of the Electronic transfer and an original college receipt will need to be submitted before a visa will be issued. You should factor at least two extra weeks into the processing time if you wish to avail of this service. Otherwise fees will need to be paid in advance

List of Universities in Ireland

Multitude of Options, Best Suited to Your Likes

Universities in Ireland

  • 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

Institutes of Technology

  • Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)
  • Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)
  • Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT)
  • Dundalk Institute of Technology (DKIT)
  • Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT)
  • Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT)
  • Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown (ITB)
  • Institute of Technology, Carlow (ITCarlow)
  • 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

National University of Ireland Recognised Colleges

  • Shannon College of Hotel Management
  • Royal College of Surgeons Ireland
  • Institute of Public Administration
  • Milltown Institute
  • National College of Art and Design
  • St Angela's College

Independent Private Colleges

  • European Business Institute, Galway (EBI)
  • HSI Limerick Business School
  • Dublin Business School (DBS)
  • Griffith College Dublin
  • American College Dublin (AMCD) and more...

Programs in Ireland

Your Desire to Study, Programs that Help You To Excel!

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Ireland University Rankings

Choose the Best from what Ireland has to serve to you!

1. Trinity College Dublin
2. National University of Ireland, Galway
2. University College Dublin
5. University College Cork
6. Dublin City University
6. Maynooth University
8. University of Limerick
9. Dublin Institute of Technology

1. Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin
2. University College Dublin
3. University College Cork
4. Dublin City University
5. University of Limerick
6. National University of Ireland, Galway
7. Maynooth University
8. Dublin Institute of Technology
9. Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
10. Cork Institute of Technology
11. Waterford Institute of Technology
12. Institute of Technology Carlow
13. Dundalk Institute of Technology
14. Limerick Institute of Technology
15. Athlone Institute of Technology
16. Institute of Technology Sligo
17. Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
18. Institute of Technology, Tralee
19. Institute of Technology Tallaght
20. Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology
21. National College of Ireland
22. Institute of Technology Blanchardstown
23. Letterkenny Institute of Technology
24. National College of Art and Design
25. Institute of Public Administration
26. National University of Ireland, System
27. Marino Institute of Education
28. Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth
29. Shannon College of Hotel Management
30. Royal Irish Academy of Music
31. All Hallows College
32. Carlow College

Frequently Asked Questions

Have Doubts? Well these should help you!

How long can I work in Ireland after Masters or MBA?

2 years at least if you study Masters or MBA. Yes, you can work in Ireland for 2 years at least. Thereafter, there is an opportunity to apply for a Green Card and permanently settle in Ireland.

The policy extends the Third Level Graduate Scheme for non-EU/EEA residents studying in the country to remain in Ireland to seek employment and apply for a Green Card or Work Permit after two years.

The new extension means that the ‘stay back option’ for students at level 9 or 10 of the Irish National Framework of Qualifications has now doubled from 12 to 24 months. Specifically, this will apply to those studying for a master’s degree, postgraduate diploma, doctoral degree or higher doctorate.

For undergraduate students, the work permit in Ireland is for one year.

Working in Ireland

Opportunities to Earn in Ireland

this is important, isn’t it!

Work AFTER Study in Ireland: Once you finish your Masters, MBA or PhD in Ireland, you will be able to stay back in Ireland for TWO years to seek employment. Once you get your job (and are earning Euro 30000 annually), you can apply for a Green Card/Work Permit.

For Bachelors students, the work permit in Ireland is ONE year after finishing the course

Work DURING Study in Ireland: Students can also work during the course of study in Ireland for up to 20 hours part-time per week and full-time (generally up to 40 hours) per week during vacation. Students can earn Euro 8 to Euro 10 per hour. Do NOT cross the limit. Do pay attention to studies and even social life. The more you network with people, the more you learn and hence, the better are your chances of securing a top job at a top company in Ireland

Duration and Entry: Mostly all Masters in Ireland are only of ONE year duration. Save time! Get in to your career early. Irish Universities accept students with 15 years of education and GMAT or GRE is not required to apply

Education System in Ireland

We've kept this simple for you!

The following academic awards can be achieved at Irish institutions after you have finished your A Levels in India::

Higher Certificate: Two year full-time course

Bachelors Degree: Three year full time course (NQF Level 7)

Honours Bachelors Degree: Normally a three or four year course (NQF Level 8)

Graduate Diploma or HIgher Diploma: Designed for graduates seeking a vocational reorientation – usually a one year course (NQF Level 8)

Masters degree: Either by research or through a taught programme. Normally one-two year (s) duration (NQF Level 9)

Doctorate (PhD): Usually takes a minimum of three to four years of original research (NQF Level 10)

NFQ = National Framework of Qualifications

Education has been a key factor in making Ireland one of the fastest growing economies in the world over the past decade. Government policy on investment in research and “4th level” education as the key to developing Ireland as a knowledge society in the new global economy

To answer some of your immediate questions:

  1. You could do a Bachelors in Ireland either 3 years or 4 years
  2. Ireland accepts 15 years of education to apply for their Masters / MBA
  3. In general, most Masters level programmes in Ireland are of one year duration. Some programmes that come with internship and/or work placement component may have to be done over two years

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Chirag Podar

From SAP Labs Pvt. Ltd. to MSc Computer Science at <mark>University College Dublin (UCD)</mark>

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Saumil Mathuria

From Amruthben Jivanlal College of Commerce & Economics (Mithibai) to MSc Finance at University College Dublin (UCD)

Other Offers: University College Cork (UCC), Dublin Businees School (DBS), Dublin City University (DCU)

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Ajay Nair

From M.H. Saboo Siddik College of Engineering to MSc Information Systems at University College Dublin (UCD)

2,000 Global Scholarship

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From Mahatma Gandhi University, Meghalaya to MSc Network and Information Security at Griffith College Limerick

500 Scholarship

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Priyabrata Naik

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Naman Jain

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Riddhi Dagli

From Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology (RGIT) to MSc Computing (Data Analytics) at Dublin City University (DC)

Other Offers: University College Cork (UCC), Griffith College Dublin (GCD)

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Sayalee Tirodkar

From Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology (RGIT)

Offers: Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) – MSc Sustainable Development and MSc Energy Management, University College Dublin (UCD) – MSc Environmental Technology, MSc Sustainable Energy & Green Technologies

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Trixy Vaz

From Sathaye College to MSc Immunology at Trinity College Dublin (TCD)

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Nishit Brahmbhatt

From M. K. Sanghvi College of Commerce & Economics

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Devansh Ajmera

From KPMG to MSc Finance at National College Ireland (NCI)

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Vatsal Shah

From A. J. College of Commerce and Economics (Mithibai)

Offers: Trinity College Dublin (TCD) – MSc Financial Risk Management, University College Cork (UCC) – MSc Financial Economics with Scholarship

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Rohan Barghare

From IBM

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Viren Ajmera

From Lala Lajpatrai College of Commerce and Economics to MSc Marketing at National College of Ireland (NCI)

with €5000 Scholarship

Other Offer: Dublin Business School

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Prince Sebastian

From St John College of Engineering & Technology to MSc Computing at University College Cork (UCC)

with €1000 Scholarship

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Dhwani Dalal

From Mithibai College of Arts to BA (Hons) Psychology at Dublin Business School (DBS)

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From Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies, Pune to MSc Management (Strategy) at Dublin City University (DCU)

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Trixy Vaz

 
Having done a BSc Zoology, I wasn't sure what to do for my Master's. A Counseling session with Neha helped me select Immunology. ILW made my applications to NUI Galway and TCD. It was almost like a dream - I was able to select my course, select my universities, submit my applications, get a great offer, and am now just awaiting my visa decision. It all happened quickly and effortlessly with ILW.

From: Sathaye College
To: Trinity College Dublin
Course Name: MSc Immunology



 

Sayalee Tirodkar

 
Studying in Ireland was not something I had considered before I got in touch with Purvi at ILW. While I was confused about what to study, she helped me understand all the requirements and improved my Personal Statement significantly. ILW got me multiple offers from DIT and UCD which I found to be among the best options. Unfortunately, I could not take up those offers because of personal reasons, but I will try with ILW again in January to finally begin my program in Fall 2018. I suggest everyone come to ILW once to understand the best way forward with their studies abroad. They don't force you into a program or university like other consultancies to, rather they genuinely help you figure out which is the best option for you.

From: Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology
To: Undecided
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Riddhi Dagli

 
Honestly, it was being displeased with my other USA Counselors that led me to find Vishal Sir through extended family friends. Since he's an expert in overseas education, and frankly the best education consultant in Mumbai in my opinion, when he suggested I take a look at Ireland, my family and I delved into research. He helped me understand both US and Ireland and the benefits of each over the other. In the last bit that I had approached him, he also authoritatively confirmed that he can help me get offers from US Universities too for the same intake. His team got me offers from Dublin City University, University College Cork, and Griffith College Dublin. They solved all the queries my family and I raised, and made my work so much easier! They put me in touch with several of their students in Ireland making my life so easy. Definitely recommend ILW to all.

From: Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology
To: Dublin City University
Course Name: MSc Computing (Data Analytics)



 

Priyabrata Naik

 
When my brother went to the Education in Ireland fair in Mumbai, he met Neha from ILW at the UCC counter who gave him info on Masters in Ireland. Since this was the only place I wanted to go to, Neha helped me with my application and SOP. I was so happy to get an offer. I then got the necessary IELTS score and Neha counseled me for the visa process too. While I am going this year, my brother himself will also join me in the next year most likely, along with another one of our friends - and ALL of us will use ILW itself. Thanks for your fantastic guidance Neha Ma'am.

From: Synergy Institute of Engineering & Technology, Orissa
To: University College Cork
Course Name: MSc Business Information and Analytical Systems



 

Meet Gangar

 
My friend Bhumit suggested ILW to me because he got an offer from Griffith College Limerick through them. We have both studied our undergrad in computer applications through distance education so we were not finding universities that would allow us to study full time Masters. Purvi did my application to Griffith College itself for 2 of the programs I liked in Network & Info Security and Cloud Computing and I got an admission for both! The admissions head of the university also came to their office to meet students, but I could not meet him. ILW did not take charges as they represent many universities in Ireland, and they were quick in putting the application and getting the decision too. Thanks for the help guys.

From: Mahatma Gandhi University, Meghalaya
To: Griffith College Limerick
Course Name: MSc Cloud Computing
Scholarship: 500 EUR



 

Kunal Choksi

 
My friend suggested I visit Purvi at ILW because I was having trouble with my Master's abroad. I took a years drop after school and have completed my 12th and UG degree by distance education. I wanted to study Management in USA but was not sure how to go about the process. ILW explained the difficulties of an offer from US and gave me a different option - Ireland. I didn't know anything about this place, so Purvi gave me all the information I needed and I searched online to read more. When I realized just how good it was, I told them to go ahead quickly for Sept 2017 itself. She applied to Griffith College in Dublin, Ireland for me and I was given my letter of acceptance the very next week! ILW has also helped me with all the files and financials needed for the Ireland Student Visa, and I'm waiting for my decision on the same. They connected me with others going to Ireland and I was happy to find that another one of my schoolmates from Utpal Shanghavi is also going to Dublin through ILW. I definitely recommend that you come to ILW for help with studying abroad, because they will guide with all the right information and do as much as they can for you, making the process stress-free.

From: Vinayaka Missions University
To: Griffith College Dublin
Course Name: MSc/MBA in International Business Management
Scholarship: 500 EUR



 

Bhumit Botadra

 
Studying a Master's abroad is an important step for my career, and I was having a hard time with the admissions because I have completed my BCA degree through distance education. My friend Pratik Shah told me that ILW had helped him get an offer for MSc in UK, so I contacted Purvi. She told me about Griffith College in Ireland, coordinated for my application and I got an offer for the MSc in Network and Information Security! Beyond this, the visa process for Ireland involves a lot of paperwork, and ILW has helped me with that too. Since I was having some trouble with finances, Purvi was able to get the documentation I needed from the College to help me with my education loan process too. Whatever problems I have faced, I have gotten some solution from ILW, so if you're looking to study abroad, this is the best option in Mumbai!

From: Mahatma Gandhi University, Meghalaya
To: Griffith College Limerick
Course Name: MSc Network and Information Security
Scholarship: 500 EUR



 

Ajay Nair

 
Mr. Badani has been guiding me regarding studies in Ireland, something I did not even consider before having a discussion with him. His knowledge of the economy demands, universities, programs, job opportunities and post-study work permit was what showed me the right direction. Initially, I was planning to do my MS in USA, but I realized just how much better the experience of education in Ireland would be. ILW helped me select which universities I should apply to, completed my applications, improved my personal statements, and have guided me for the visa process as well. While I am awaiting my visa decision, I was thrilled to be given an offer from universities like University College Dublin and NUI Galway. If you are confused about your options or are looking for expert and personalized guidance, I strongly suggest you go to ILW.

From: MH Saboo Siddik College of Engineering
To: University College Dublin
Course Name:
Scholarship: 2000 EUR Global Scholarship



 

Saumil Mathuria

 
After Neha handled my applications, offers came pouring in from University College Dublin, University College Cork, Dublin Businees School and Dublin City University. Spoiled for choice, Neha and Vishal Sir counseled me, helping me pick UCD as my Master's destination. From filling my online applications to improving my essays SOP and letters of recommendation to checking my documents for the confusing visa process, ILW has been excellent in their service. Did I mention they did all this for free?

From: Amruthben Jivanlal College of Commerce and Economics (Mithibai)
To: University College Dublin (UCD)
Course Name: MSc in Finance



 

Janvi Mehta

 
Vishal Badani is a great education counselor, who even guided my twin sister Janki to the UK for her Master's and my elder sister Hemali to the USA. He guided me to try Ireland for my Master's in Finance because of the booming economy post-Brexit. After my applications and offers, it was obvious that I would go to TCD - the No. 1 B-School in Ireland. The team at ILW has been very helpful and the option to study in Ireland was not even something I had considered earlier, though it seems like the best fit now! That is actually the best part at ILW I think - Vishal Sir recommends and helps choose the best study option based on an individual's academic marks, future goals, course choice, and ability to cope with the program. His team and he would get in to lenthy discussions to ensure the best gets out of every student. Thanks again Vishal Sir and team! You are the best education counsellor.

From: RA Podar College of Commerce & Economics
To: Trinity College Dublin (TCD)
Course Name: MSc in Finance



 

Chirag Podar

 
I actually only wanted to apply to USA, so ILW helped me with my applications there. Vishal Badani guided me for studies in Ireland, which was a whole new destination to me. They helped me with the cost, requirements, IELTS, scholarships, and visa for Ireland too. Thank you to ILW for giving me all the information and helping me for both USA and Ireland with perfect counseling!

From: SAP Labs Pvt. Ltd.
To: University College Dublin
Course Name: MSc Computer Science
Scholarship: 3000 EUR



 

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