Study in Ireland
Students who wish or plan to study in Ireland can look forward to vast educational opportunities and the chance of job opportunities following their graduation for Irish universities and colleges. Ireland is the fastest growing economy in Europe currently and has 3 of the top 5 friendliest cities in the world including Dublin, Cork and Galway. Dublin, the capital city of Ireland is ranked the second best student city in the world for student mix, while also ranked as the third best city in the world to visit for 2016. The Irish Government invests over 800 million Euros annually in research in Ireland’s higher education institutions including Irish universities, colleges and technical institutions. The impact of this funding is that Ireland’s higher education institutions now lead the world in an increasing number of fields.
Students can choose from over 5000 internationally recognized qualifications taught by 300 Irish universities and colleges. Higher education in Ireland constitutions of mainly four higher education institutions which are Universities, NUI Colleges, Institutes of Technology and Private Higher Education Institutions. This diversity allows students the choice and flexibility in what kind of higher education institution to complete their degree study at based on their academic credentials, affordability or career aspirations.
One of the biggest advantages for studying in Ireland is that international students are legally allowed to remain and work in Ireland for up to one-year after they have graduated from Irish universities. International students are therefore allowed to search for jobs and work in Ireland on full-time basis following their graduation from any of the Irish universities or Irish colleges. That gives a major advantage over European universities to those students who wish to remain and work after graduating from university
Students who study at Irish colleges or Irish universities for an international foundation course, international diploma or year one of a bachelor degree at Irish universities have the chance to progress to universities in UK or universities in Europe. In addition the NCUK foundation and diploma programs are equally recognized by both Irish universities and UK universities and some European universities for admission to most bachelor degrees and master degrees. University degree majors include Accounting, Business, Management, Law, Politics, Computing, Engineering, Medical Science, Pharmacy, and more.
The Euro currency makes living and studying in Europe much cheaper than none-European Union countries. Therefore it could work out cheaper for international students to live and study in Ireland. Studying the NCUK Foundation program at Irish universities and colleges can be making big savings as the cost of living is over 20% lower than other European Countries that are not part of the EU.
UniAdmission specialist education consultants offer counselling, advice, and expert assistance to students in completing and submitting faultless University applications for international foundation, graduate diploma, bachelor degree and master degree courses which maximize admission opportunities at some of the best universities in Ireland, UK and Europe. In addition study visa experts help students with UK visa and Irish visa processing to further increase their visa approval rate.