Study In Ireland

Ireland offers everything from lavish green hills to vibrant, metropolitan cities. As a student you get to experience it all, with a natural focus on excellent education in a society with close to no unemployment and a thriving business culture. Ireland offers a wide variety of opportunities, regardless of your interests and ambitions. Ireland is also very popular with international students for its very welcoming culture, with its pubs, characteristic music.  

Ireland has a long and strong tradition of education and is historically known as the “Island of Saints and Scholars”. This has led to education always being highly valued and a focus for funding and development.  It has also been a major factor in Ireland’s economic success in recent years. Among other things, Ireland was named “Best Place in the World to Live” by the Economist in 2005.

The Reason to study Ireland

⦁ Study in one of the best education systems in the world for Higher Education Achievements
⦁ Benefit   from Ireland’s investment in the education system.
⦁ Over 5000 internationally recognized qualifications
⦁ Access world-class research opportunities in world-leading program
⦁ Connect with career opportunities with leading global companies located in Ireland
⦁ 35,000 international students from 161 countries enjoying Ireland’s vibrant culture
⦁ Only English speaking country in the Euro zone
⦁ Experience living in one of the⦁ friendliest and safest countries in the world

Living Costs

Average living costs may differ somewhat depending on if you choose to study in Northern Ireland or in the Republic as different rules and fees apply.

For study at public institution in the Republic of Ireland, you can use the following guideline costs. These may however vary depending on institution and where you live (city or outside, university or private housing).


Students have the facility to work while study. Students attending a full time course of at least one academic year are entitled to take up casual employment. Casual employment is defined as up to 20 hours (part-time work) per week during standard term-times, with the ability to work full-time (up to 40 hours per week) for specified periods during the traditional summer and winter college holidays. International students can earn $15 to $20 per hour.