study in ireland-1200pxGENERAL  FACTS

  • Official Name- Ireland
  • Capital – Dublin
  • Largest City – Belfast
  • Official Language – English, Irish
  • Population – 4.5 Million
  • Government – Unitary State, Constitutional Republic, Parliamentary System
  • President – Michael D. Higgins
  • Prime Minister(Taoiseach) – Enda Kenny
  • Deputy Prime Minister(Tánaiste) – Frances Fitzgerald
  • Currency- Euro
  • National Day – March 17
  • Minimum Wages / Hour– €8.65
  • International Airports – Dublin Airport, Cork Airport, Shannon Airport, Belfast International Airport, Kerry Airport


  • Ireland University Campus002Irish Education Is Of The Highest Quality
  • Qualifications Offered Are Internationally  Recognized
  • Institutions Provide Various Supporting Learning Enviornment
  • Ireland Has A Young Vibrant Population
  • Small, Safe And Friendly Country With Mild Climate
  • English-Speaking Country With Unique Cultural Heritage
  • Recognized As An International Location For High Quality Scientific Research
  • A Country With  Lowest Unemployment Rate In Europe
  • Education Was A Key Factor In Making Ireland One Of The Fastest Growing Economies In The World Over The Past Decade
  • Country Offers  Sandwich Courses (The Course Contain Paid Job Placement), Which Help Students To ‘Earn While They Learn’.
  • Stay Back Options With Eligibility For Green Card/Work Permit On Gaining Employment

Major Intake


Jobsearch and Stay back options

STUDENTS ARE ALLOWED TO WORK 40 hours per week only during the months of May, June, July and August  and from 15th December to 15th January inclusive.   At all other times they will be limited to working 20 hours per week.

One Year Permission to seek employment under the Third Level Graduate Scheme Permission