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Study in Ireland

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Top Universities in Ireland

As a professional Educational Consultant, I and my team are ready to guide you every step of the way. My students see the benefits of working with us and have reached the top universities in Ireland.

Study at the Trinity College Dublin (TCD)

Trinity College Dublin

One of my favorite university, I applied and got accepted for my postgrad. This university is one of the best in the world. TCD has a great graduate employability ranking. A well written application can help you study at this prestigious university.

Study at University College Dublin (UCD)

University College Dublin

University College Dublin is one of Europe's leading research-intensive universities and is ranked within the top 1% of higher education institutions world-wide. UCD provides all the resources required for a student be successful.

Study at NUI Galway

National University of Ireland

Total student enrollment is over 15,000 (including students from over 40 countries), with academically strong programmes of teaching and research throughout its seven faculties. One will find every resource which is avaialble at other top universities.

Study at UCC Ireland

University College Cork

University College Cork, a world-class university and combines a rich tradition of teaching, research and scholarship UCC enjoys a global reputation which draws 3,300 students from over 100 countries across the world.

Bachelor's in Ireland

Eligibility Criteria for Post-Secondary Education (after Class 12) in Ireland:

The fundamental criteria are determined by the study programmes and levels. The following are the bare minimums:


1. 12th standard certificate (ISC/CBSE)

2. TOEFL - 61 (varies with university)​, IELTS, PTE.

3. SOP - Statement of Purpose

For more information, please contact Team Shivi.
 

The actual criteria may vary between universities. To learn more, contact us or schedule a free consultation.

Study Abroad in Ireland
Study Abroad in Ireland

Master's in Ireland

Eligibility Criteria for Post-graduate/ Master's (after college) in Ireland.

The fundamental criteria are determined by the study programmes and levels. The following are the bare minimums:


1. Undergraduate education/degree

2. TOEFL - 78+ (varies with university)​, IELTS

3. GRE/GMAT

4. LOR's, CV, SOP (Statement of purpose)

For more information, please contact Team Shivi.
 

The actual criteria may vary between universities. To learn more, contact us or schedule a free consultation.

FAQ

What are the different types of Ireland Student Visa?

  • The Ireland 'C Study Visa' is for study programs/courses that last no more than three months. Candidates should apply for a visa that covers their full stay in a foreign nation because it is quite rare that they will be allowed to extend this type of visa.

  • The 'D Study Visa' is for study programs/courses that last more than three months in Ireland. You need this visa to study your bachelors/masters/PhD.

What is Ireland Visa Fee and Charges?

Candidates who wish to apply for a long-stay D Study Visa in Ireland must pay €60 for a single 90-day entrance and €100 for repeated long-stay D Visa entries. The fees for the short-term C Visa are the same.

Applying for your Ireland Student Visa

The following are the instructions for applying for an Ireland Study Visa:

  • You have up to three months to apply for an Ireland Study Visa before your trip to Ireland. We strongly advise you to hold off on making trip plans until you have your visa.

  • As previously stated, candidates must complete their online student visa application on the Irish Immigration Service's official website.

  • Applicants for visas would have to fill out an online application form, attach supporting papers, and follow the directions on the summary application form issued by the system. Your application transaction number will also be listed on the summary application form. This is crucial because you'll need it later.

  • The summary application page will state if you must be present at the Visa Application Centre (VAC) to provide biometric data and submit your papers.

  • Following that, candidates must pay the Ireland Visa Application Fee.

  • The money receipt and an appointment confirmation receipt will be sent to your email address once you have finished the payment and appointment booking process. The receipts must be printed and brought with you to your appointment.

Can international students work in Ireland?

The Post-Study Pathways for International Students scheme allows legally resident third-level graduates from outside the EU to stay in Ireland and look for jobs or apply for a green card work permit.


A student can work full time, up to 40 hours per week, during their allowed stay.

What amount of funds are required to enter Ireland?

A student needs to show proof of EUR 7000 to get visa D approval.

Is there a study time limit in Ireland?

Non-EEA students can study in Ireland for a maximum of seven years. This requirement is waived for medical students, Ph.D. students, and those with unique circumstances such as illness.

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