There is something definitely magical about Ireland — it’s the land of elves, leprechauns, castles, warriors, and balladeers. Ireland’s 800 years of struggle under the British monarchy was a period of intrigue, strife, famine, progress, and intellectual development as some of the most famous works in English Literature were written during that time. Writers like George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde, and James Joyce are all part of the Irish literary world.
Irish universities are autonomous but funded by the state government. The universities have a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses on offer. There are 7 universities in Ireland.
There are 14 Institute of Technologies, and they have a diploma, certificate, and degree program in areas like business, linguistics, science, and engineering on offer.
- Courses are taught in English.
- Courses are globally recognized and accredited by leading academic bodies.
- Scholarships are given to deserving students.
- Strong Asian community.
- International students studying at Irish institutions have options to work part-time for 20 hours /week.
- Also, most universities encourage students to take up internships with popular companies, to become job-ready graduates.
- Ireland has a 2-year stay-back option for postgraduates studying at Irish institutions.
- 10th marks sheet & certificate
- 12th marks sheet & certificate: min. marks 55% in PCM
- Bachelor’s Mark sheets & certificate: Min. marks 55% (for MS)
- SOP (Statement of Purpose)
- Letter of Recommendation(LOR)
- Valid passport
- Birth certificate
- Updated CV
- Recent passport size photo
- Health Certificate
- IELTS 6.5 band
- Capital: Dublin
- Official language- English
- Currency- Euro(€)
- Time zone – UTC+08:00
- Calling code- +353
- Dublin City University (DCU)
- Maynooth University
- National University of Ireland, Galway
- Trinity College Dublin (TCD)
- University College Cork (UCC)
- University College Dublin (UCD)
- University of Limerick