Ireland has a unique education system that combines traditional teaching methods with innovative research. There are several universities and colleges in Ireland that offer courses in various fields, including science, engineering, business, and arts.
According to Free Press journal 6,422 student visas issued in 2022 to Indian students in Ireland. Making India the fourth-largest source of international students in Ireland after China, the US, and Malaysia.
Students are required to demonstrate their English language proficiency by providing a valid English language test score. The commonly accepted tests are IELTS, TOEFL, or Pearson PTE Academic.
Tuition fees for international students in Ireland vary depending on the institution and program. On average, undergraduate courses cost between EUR 9,000 to EUR 20,000 per year (approximately INR 8 lakhs to INR 17.8 lakhs), while postgraduate courses can cost between EUR 9,000 to EUR 35,000 per year (approximately INR 8 lakhs to INR 31 lakhs).
The cost of living in Ireland can be quite high compared to India. Students should budget around €7,000 to €15,000 per year (approximately INR 6 lakhs to INR 13 lakhs) for accommodation, food, transport, and other expenses.
International students, including those from India, are allowed to work part-time while studying in Ireland. Moreover, Ireland offers a post-study work visa that allows international students to stay in the country for up to two years after completing their studies. After working in Ireland for a certain period and meeting other criteria, students can apply for permanent residency.
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