Ireland

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About Ireland

Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic to the west of Great Britain, from which it is separated by the North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St Georges Channel, and after which it is the largest island of the British Isles archipelago. It is the third-largest island in Europe and the twentieth-largest island on Earth. The island has lush vegetation, a product of its mild but changeable oceanic climate, which avoids extremes in temperature. Ireland’s worldwide reputation for high quality education is built on the solid foundation of commitment to excellence. Ireland is a beautiful island, combining contemporary modern cities with an unspoilt countryside, cityscapes steeped in history and a rich natural habitat. Renowned for friendliness, our safe, English speaking country offers the warmest of welcomes to students from all over the world.

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Education System

Education is compulsory for children in Ireland from the ages of six to 16 or until students have completed three years of second-level education.The Irish education system is made up of primary, second, third-level and further education. State-funded education is available at all levels, unless you choose to send your child to a private institution. Irish qualifications are recognized for excellence worldwide. Students can choose from an extensive range of programmes to meet their needs in highly respected business schools, centers of scientific and technology excellence as well as renowned language, humanities and arts faculties.

Climate

Ireland enjoys a temperate maritime climate, due mainly to its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and the presence of the Gulf Stream. Known as the Emerald Isle, Ireland is so green because it receives a lot of precipitation.

Ireland enjoys a temperate maritime climate, due mainly to its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and the presence of the Gulf Stream. Known as the Emerald Isle, Ireland is so green because it receives a lot of precipitation.

Typical winter weather in Ireland is clouds and rain with the occasional sunny spell. The mountains may have snow on them for many weeks in winter, but falls on the lower ground on only a few days a year, and is generally not a feature of the Irish climate. Temperatures hover around a January average of 5ºC. Overnight temperatures often drop below freezing point, and ice and frosts are common. Each winter there are a few weeks when the temperature does not rise above freezing point all day, and rivers and lakes can partially freeze over.

Study & Work

Students attending a full time course of at least one academic year are entitled to take up casual employment provided that the course of study is included on the government’s internationalization register. Casual employment is defined as up to 20 hours part time work per week or full time work during normal college vacation periods.

Qualification

  •  Must be 18 years old.
  • Minimum +2 required
  • IELTS/ TOEFL score 6

Documents Required

  •  Academic transcript, Certificates and Mark-sheets
  • Valid Passport
  • IELTS certificate
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Financial Support documents (CA report, Affidavit etc)
  • Police Report

Top Universities

  • Trinity College Dublin
  • University College Dublin National University of Ireland
  • University College Cork National University of Ireland
  • Dublin City University
  • National university of Ireland Galway