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Frequently Asked Questions about Ireland

Planning to study in Ireland but confused with the know-how of living there? See if we already got you covered in this FAQ section.

How much does one need to spend to study in Ireland?

For international students, the tuition fees range from €9000-13000/ Annum for any Bachelor’s course, while for a Master’s program, it can be between €11000-35000/ Annum. The estimated cost for students living alone can go up to €800-1200/ Month, excluding the tuition fee. If a student chooses to share the accommodation, the living expenses decrease significantly.

Can Students work in Ireland while studying?

Students receiving third-level education in Ireland of NFQ level 9-10 are allowed to work for up to 20 hours a week during studies & 40 hours off session, and post-completion of studies up to 24 months as PSW.

What study program is best in Ireland?

There are plenty of programs available in Ireland for graduation & post-graduation degrees. However, business programs are the ones recognized internationally. Also, Ireland’s IT hub is thriving, so now students prefer the computer and IT courses for better career prospects.

Which English test is most preferred by most Irish institutions?

Most of the Irish Universities prefer students who have cleared the IELTS proficiency test. However, at the global level, the institutions may accept other proficiency tests as well. Please check the official website of your chosen institute before appearing in any proficiency test.

How to apply for university in Ireland?

First, select the best program option available to you based on your academic score and area of Interest. Depending on your preference, you can directly visit the university website. You may need to appear in an English proficiency test as required by the university you have chosen. Alternatively, you can talk to our experts for the best guidance in course selection and the application process.

Can Indians settle in Ireland?

Yes, if a person has stayed legally up to 5 years in Ireland and earning more than 30,000 Euros/Annum, they can apply for permanent residency.

Can I study in Ireland without IELTS?

Yes, you can go based on the MOI (Medium of Instruction Certificate. You will need to get it from the institution from which you have completed your previous study program.

Do Irish Universities provide any health insurance to students?

No, Irish Universities do not cover International students for any medical care off-campus. Also, during your visa application process, you would be required to show medical insurance as proof.

Is there any special requirement for under -18 individuals to study in Ireland?

If you are below 18 years, you would be required to have a content letter written from your parents or legal guardian indicating that you can live & travel independently in Ireland. At Vision International, we can help with the process when you apply for a visa.

What is the processing time for a student visa to Ireland?

The Student visa processing time is usually 4-8 weeks from the date you apply to the Embassy or Visa Office. However, the time largely depends on the documentation & verification process and can vary.

How much study gap is acceptable by Irish universities?

Irish universities don’t pay much attention to the study gap as long as you have a good reason for it.

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