About Ireland

Ireland is a beautiful island, combining contemporary modern cities with an idyllic countryside, cityscapes steeped in history and a rich natural habitat. The Republic of Ireland combines adventure, history, culture, and entertainment into one fascinating place. Historically, Ireland was always one of Europe’s poorer countries, however, in the last 20 years; it has grown into one of Europe’s wealthiest nations. And the quality of the Irish education system is a major contributing factor to the rapid rate of economic growth Ireland has experienced over the last few decades.

Ireland's worldwide reputation for high quality education is built on the solid foundation of commitment to excellence. Despite being an island nation, it is jam-packed with things that make it a popular destination for students studying abroad.

Education System

Universities in Ireland offer internationally recognized degrees covering a diverse range of courses. The higher education system consists of Universities, Institutes of Technologies and Private Colleges. The country boasts of high research activities at universities consistently featuring in the top 1% research institutions in the world.

Ireland is home to many of the world’s top high performance companies such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Intel, Genzyme and EA Games. It is also a hub for the world’s largest IT, Pharma and Finance companies offering excellent employment opportunities for international students.

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Large Cities

Belfast, Cork, Derry, Limerick, Galway, Craigavon, Waterford, Drogheda and Dundalk

Area Size

84,421 km²


English, Irish, Ulster Scots


4,753,886 (As of 2019)


Euro (€) (EUR)


8 and 14 Institute of Technology

International Students

14,412 (As of 2019)

Computer Science, Data Analysis, Engineering, Human Medicine, Natural Sciences, Pharmacology and, Business Management, etc. are the top-recommended courses to study in Ireland. Apart from these, various other UG and PG courses which are gaining more popularity among students are Sustainability Studies, Technology Studies, Tourism and Hospitality and Sport
The approximate cost of education and living vary from €20,000 to € 35,000 per year depending on the program, university and location
The Irish government awards a quota of scholarships to international students each yeah that are either given directly by your host institution or awarded in partnership with another body. These awards are typically granted on academic merit and welcome applications from students across a range of study areas and degree levels.
Intake Remark
September Offered by all Universities, Institute of Technology and Private Colleges
January and April Offered by selected Universities, Institute of Technology and Private Colleges

Living Standards

Ireland is the fourth best country in the world for living standards. That's according to the newest UN Human Development Index. Over the last five years, living conditions have risen faster than any other country. Between 2012 and 2017, Ireland jumped 13 places on the index published yearly by the UN Development Programme. The cost of living in Ireland is high. Good and services cost 25 percent more than the EU average, with high price tags on essentials such as rent, transportation and child care. There are fewer government services for things like childcare and housing, so the Irish have to rely on private companies. The lack of competition from the government keeps the prices high.


  • Universities ranked among top 5% globally
  • Choose from over 5,000 internationally recognized qualifications
  • Post Study Work Visa upto 2 years
  • Excellent job opportunities as home to leading MNCs
  • Permanent Residency (PR) Opportunities



Degree Duration of Degree Post Study Work Visa
Bachelor’s (Hons), 3-4 years 1 year
Bachelor’s Normal 3-4 years 0.5 year
Master’s by Course work 2 years 2 years
Master’s by Research 2 years 2 years


Foreign nationals who have been living in Ireland with a type of work authorization for five years become eligible for the Ireland Permanent Residence Permit. Foreign nationals who receive Irish permanent residency will get a Stamp 4 on their passport, which is valid for 5 years, and is renewable. Additionally, after eight years of legal residence, you can apply for a “Without Condition As To Time” endorsement, which as the name suggests, does not have a pre-specified validity.