Study in Ireland: Institutions And Living Costs

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Study in Ireland: Institutions and Living Costs. Ireland remains one of the best places in the world to study. Ireland gives you the ability to work part-time while studying and a 24 month stay back option.

Advantage and benefits of studying in the Ireland includes:

. Live in an English speaking country

. Experience living in one of the friendliest and safest countries in the world

. Choose from over 5000 international recognized qualifications.

. Achieve your ambitions in Europe’s most entrepreneurial country

. Join the 36,000 international students from over 162 countries enjoying Ireland vibrant culture

. Connect with career opportunities with leading global companies located in Ireland

Tuition fees for international students:

Undergraduate courses-8,000-40,000 EUR/year

Postgraduate/Master/PhD-9,000-35,000 EUR/year

Where Can I Study in Ireland?

The higher education system in Ireland consists of the university sector, institutes of technology and private independent colleges. The entry requirements for international students to higher education are determined individually by each institution and are generally based on education performance and English language aptitude.

Universities:

University of Limerick

Dublin City University

Maynooth University

NUI Galway

University College Cork (UCC)

University College Dublin (UCD)

Trinity College Dublin (TCD)

Institute of Technology:

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT)

Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT)

Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT)

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Institute of Technology Tralee (IT Tralee)

Institute of Technology Tallaght (ITT Dublin)

Institute of Technology Sligo (IT Sligo)

Institute of Technology Carlow (IT Carlow)

Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT)

Cork Institute of Technology (CIT)

Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)

Dundalk Institute of Technology (DKIT)

Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)

Institute of Art Design and Technology (IADT)

Colleges:

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

National College of Art & Design (NCAD)

Mary Immaculate College

Shannon College of Hotel Management

Private Higher Education Institutions:

Dublin Business School

CCT College Dublin

Griffith College

 

What Can I study?

Ireland higher institutions offer degrees at ordinary and Honours Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate levels and undergraduate and postgraduate diplomas over a full range of disciplines. Students can choose wide range of courses from Management Science/Law/Engineering/Medical Science/Social science and humanities.

How Do I Apply?

International student will find much of the information you need to apply to study in Ireland on the university website above. Before submitting an application, you should try to get as much information as you can about your preferred programme, institution and accommodation as well as funding and student visa criteria. Once you are completely satisfied and ready then you are good to go.

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Living costs in Ireland:

The Irish people are very friendly and contributes to the ease with which foreign students adapt to the way of life, student life in Ireland.
The total costs of living for international student are between 600-700 euros per month. Dublin and Cork are slightly higher to other smaller cities.

Accommodation play important role in your expenses, so student have option to apply for university residence halls, share apartment or rent a studio alone.

Different accommodation prices for students in Ireland are:

Student Living on campus: 350 EUR per month

Student Living alone: 450 EUR per month

Student sharing apartment: 300 EUR per month ( Depend)

COST OF TRANSPORTATION:

International student with monthly pass Leap Card (60 EUR) can benefit from discount for transportation daily to travel around Ireland.

FOOD COST:

Students can spend average 250 EUR a month for grocery. You can buy cheap food in supermarkets such as Tesco, Dunnes, LiDL and Aldi. Other extra cost may include books and medical insurance cost of 80 EUR per month.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Very informative sir,What about New Zealand and Australian. My husband want to study in those two country what is their weight financially

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