Reason And Proceedings:

  • Ireland has an enduring tradition of providing quality education, and a long history of accommodating international students in universities, colleges and English language schools.
  • Ireland is an English speaking country which is becoming a worldwide primary language.
  • Ireland has a young, dynamic population with 40 per cent of the population aged under-25, which makes Ireland a top international student destination.
  • If you enjoy beautiful landscapes then outdoor pursuits are for you with some of the best waves in the world on the west coast, hike, climb there’s something for everyone.

Part time work during studies 

Students are permitted to work in Ireland part time up to a maximum of 20 hours per week.

Reason And Proceedings:

  • Ireland has an enduring tradition of providing quality education, and a long history of accommodating international students in universities, colleges and English language schools.
  • Ireland is an English speaking country which is becoming a worldwide primary language.
  • Ireland has a young, dynamic population with 40 per cent of the population aged under-25, which makes Ireland a top international student destination.
  • If you enjoy beautiful landscapes then outdoor pursuits are for you with some of the best waves in the world on the west coast, hike, climb there’s something for everyone.

Part time work during studies 

Students are permitted to work in Ireland part time up to a maximum of 20 hours per week.

Work opportunities after studies 

Students may apply for work permit in Ireland once they finish their degree course. After completing studies in Ireland, a student is entitled to get 6 months of Graduate Visa, which allows you to work full time and also look for a relevant job of their field.

Visa Requirement 

  • Good academics
  • IELTS or TOEFL
  • Finance to support education
  • Genuine Intentions to Study in Ireland

From the 14th July, 2008, all student visa applications should contain a copy of an Electronic Transfer of Funds from the applicant to the Irish Bank of the college, showing details of beneficiary’s name, address, bank details and the same details for sender.

Any unsigned declarations, false information, forged or fraudulent documentation will result in the refusal of application and no appeal will be permitted.

In applying for a Student Visa you must be able to show that:

  • You are enrolled on a privately funded course involving at least 15 hours of organized daytime tuition each week
  • You have paid the requisite fees to the college
  • You have the academic ability to follow your chosen course.
  • You have a level of English language sufficient to do so (except in the case of an application which is solely for an English language course)
  • You have immediate access to at least €7,000. This is the estimated cost of living in Ireland for a student for one academic year.
  • You must also demonstrate that you or your sponsor has ready access to an amount of at least €7,000 for each subsequent year of your studies, in addition to the course fees for each of those years.
  • You have private medical insurance.
  • You can account for any gaps in your educational history.
  • Your intention is to return to your country of permanent residence following completion of your studies in Ireland.

We work with following Institutions and Companies in Ireland:

  • EUROPEAN BUSINESS SCHOOL (EBI) GALWAY IRELAND
  • GALWAY MEW BUSINESS INSTITUE (GMBI) IRELAND
  • GRIFFITH COLLEGE DUBLIN IRELAND
  • GRIFFITH COLLEGE CORK IRELAND
  • GRIFFITH COLLEGE, INCORPORATING MIDWEST BUSINESS INSTITUTE
  • LIMERICK IRELAND.
  • DBS- DUBLIN BUSINESS SCHOOL, DUBLIN IRELAND
  • COLLEGE OF COMPUTER TRAINING DUBLIN IRELAND
  • TIPPERARY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GALWAY IRELAND
  • SHELBOURNE COLLEGE DUBLIN

Students may apply for work permit in Ireland once they finish their degree course. After completing studies in Ireland, a student is entitled to get 6 months of Graduate Visa, which allows you to work full time and also look for a relevant job of their field.

Visa Requirement 

  • Good academics
  • IELTS or TOEFL
  • Finance to support education
  • Genuine Intentions to Study in Ireland

From the 14th July, 2008, all student visa applications should contain a copy of an Electronic Transfer of Funds from the applicant to the Irish Bank of the college, showing details of beneficiary’s name, address, bank details and the same details for sender.

Any unsigned declarations, false information, forged or fraudulent documentation will result in the refusal of application and no appeal will be permitted.

In applying for a Student Visa you must be able to show that:

  • You are enrolled on a privately funded course involving at least 15 hours of organized daytime tuition each week
  • You have paid the requisite fees to the college
  • You have the academic ability to follow your chosen course.
  • You have a level of English language sufficient to do so (except in the case of an application which is solely for an English language course)
  • You have immediate access to at least €7,000. This is the estimated cost of living in Ireland for a student for one academic year.
  • You must also demonstrate that you or your sponsor has ready access to an amount of at least €7,000 for each subsequent year of your studies, in addition to the course fees for each of those years.
  • You have private medical insurance.
  • You can account for any gaps in your educational history.
  • Your intention is to return to your country of permanent residence following completion of your studies in Ireland.

We work with following Institutions and Companies in Ireland:

  • EUROPEAN BUSINESS SCHOOL (EBI) GALWAY IRELAND
  • GALWAY MEW BUSINESS INSTITUE (GMBI) IRELAND
  • GRIFFITH COLLEGE DUBLIN IRELAND
  • GRIFFITH COLLEGE CORK IRELAND
  • GRIFFITH COLLEGE, INCORPORATING MIDWEST BUSINESS INSTITUTE
  • LIMERICK IRELAND.
  • DBS- DUBLIN BUSINESS SCHOOL, DUBLIN IRELAND
  • COLLEGE OF COMPUTER TRAINING DUBLIN IRELAND
  • TIPPERARY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GALWAY IRELAND
  • SHELBOURNE COLLEGE DUBLIN