Ireland

Why IRELAND

Ireland is an English speaking island which forms part of the EU. Over the past few years, it has slowly emerged as a leading international education destination in Europe owing to its growing reputation as a leading center of academic excellence and world renowned research facilities. It has a very flexible educational system which allows students to transfer credits to other universities within Ireland or to other countries, enabling students to continue their education elsewhere worldwide. Many universities provide internship opportunities for students wishing to work while studying at Ireland. A student can work up to 40 hours per fortnight during terms and 40 hours per week during breaks (normally between June to September and 15 December to 15 January). There are currently about 35000 students from 161 countries pursuing some form of higher education in Ireland, with close to 3000 students originating from India. About 25000 Indians form part of the growing Asian community there, many of whom are employed by local and international industries.

Top ireland Universities

There are approximately 35,000 international students pursuing their higher education in IRELAND. Some of the noted universities in IRELAND are 

  • Dublin City University.
  • Griffith College Ireland.
  • Maynooth University.
  • National College of Ireland.
  • Shannon College of Hotel Management.
  • Technology University Dublin.
  • Trinity College Dublin.
  • University College Dublin (UCD)

ScholArships Options in irland

It is advisable to initiate your admission process into an Australian Universities at least a year prior to completing your 12th standard for undergraduates and during the beginning of the last year of your graduation so as to maximize the possibilities of choosing the best university options and scholarship opportunities as dates for these vary from university to university.

Required skills

There is a growing demand for skilled personnel in IRELAND across diverse streams such as 

 

  • Chemical scientists/Medical laboratory scientists/Biological scientists and biochemists
  • Mechanical engineers/Electrical engineers/Design and development engineers
  •  Design and development engineers/Programmers and software development professionals/IT specialist managers

  • International marketing experts/Business sales executives specialising in International Sales/Business, Research and Administrative Professionals

Educational expenses

 

  • Business and Management. € 9,000 – 15,500. € 9,150 – 18,800.
  • Science and Engineering. € 9,100 – 20,300. € 9,150 – 18,000.
  • Arts and Humanities. € 9,100 – 15,500. € 8,900 – 20,000.
  • Medicine and Health Studies. € 31,000 – 45,000. € 12,035 – 37,000

Cost

Monthly (€)

Annual (€)

Rent

€427

€3,843

Utilities

€28

€252

Food

€167

€1,503

Travel

€135

€1,215

Books  & Class materials

€70

€630

Clothes/Medical

€41

€369

Mobile

€31

€279

Social life/Misc

€75

€675

    Salary Trends

    The average salary of a skilled professional is € 43,126 per year in Ireland. Salary structures depend on variables such as professional qualification, inherent skills and demand for a particular job profile. 

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