Study In Ireland


study_in_irelandIreland is an island in the northwest part of continental Europe. Ireland as an island stands a twentieth largest island on earth and third largest in Europe. United Kingdom is the neighboring country towards the eastern part of Ireland, separated by the Irish Sea. Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, a part of Great Britain, are politically divided. Republic of Ireland covers five sixth portion of the island with 4.6 million populations and Northern Ireland covers remaining area with 1.8 million populations with an overall approximate population is 6.4 million.

Ireland and the Great Britain are the member of the European Union and as a consequence there is free movement of people, goods, services and capital across the border. The Republic of Ireland has a parliamentary democracy with a written constitution and the President is elected with ceremonial powers based on the Westminster model.

Ireland has four provinces and 32 traditional counties out of which 26 of these countries are in the Republic of Ireland and 6 are in Northern Ireland. River Boyne, Skellig Michael & Giant’s Causeway are three World Heritage Sites in Ireland and many more places are on the list.

Irish & English are commonly spoken languages in Ireland. Irish an official language of the Republic of Ireland is now a minority. Gaelic football and handball are the most popular and traditional sports in Ireland. Rugby, cricket, horse racing and greyhound racing are well popular and well watched sports in Ireland.

Irish whiskey is neither smoky as Scotch whiskey nor sweet as American & Canadian whiskies. Irish coffee – a cocktail of coffee and whiskey is internationally renowned as Irish cocktail.

Weather IconIreland’s climate is influenced most by the Atlantic Ocean. As a result, it doesn’t have the extreme temperatures that other countries at similar latitude would have. The average temperature is a mild 50°F.

A major warm ocean current called the North Atlantic Drift keeps sea temperatures mild too. Hills and mountains, mainly around the coast, shelter the rest of the island from strong winds coming off the ocean.

So while the weather can be changeable – it’s rarely extreme.

Spring – In spring the average highest temperatures range from 46 to 54°F, with April considered particularly pleasant.

Summer – In summer (May to July), the averages for highest temperatures are between 64 and 68°F. The warmest months, July and August, get about 18 hours of daylight and it gets dark only after 11pm. Hence the well-worn phrase in Ireland; “sure there’s a grand stretch in the evenings”.

Autumn – In autumn, (August to October) highest temperatures hit between 64 and 57°F. September is considered a mild, temperate month.

Winter – Winter air temperatures inland normally reach 46°F, while the coldest months are January and February. The temperature drops below freezing intermittently, and apart from a few freak cold snaps, snow is scarce.

There’s no such thing as a perfect time to visit Ireland. While in summer months are considered high season for visitors, autumn and spring are mid-seasons for travelers. During summer, visitors come for the long sunny evenings, parks in full bloom and to eat al fresco in cafés; in autumn they’ll be seen kicking bronze-burnished leaves. While spring sees nature kick into gear and flowers blossom, a walk through a national park on a clear, crisp winter’s day can mean seeing nature at its most impressive.

Untitled-2Ireland As Study Destination – Ireland has a long and honorable tradition in education. As a result of a sustained investment in this area Ireland now has one of the highest educational participation rates in the world – 81% of Irish students complete second-level and approx 60% go on to higher education. This dynamic, educated population has made its mark at home and abroad with international companies looking to Ireland again and again when hiring graduates for top class positions.

Responsibility for education lies within the Department of Education and Skills. It administers all aspects of education policy including curricula, syllabi and national examinations. Attendance at full time education is compulsory in Ireland from six to fifteen years of age and is free in the majority of schools, and at undergraduate third-level. Education is considered a fundamental right under their constitution.

The Irish Government invests over 782 million annually in research in Ireland’s higher education institutions. The impact of this funding is that Ireland’s higher education institutions now lead the world in an increasing number of fields…

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Yes, all the student who wish to enroll in Irish university/college for higher education have to prove their language ability either by appearing for IELTS/TOEFL exam in academic module.

Irish universities/colleges generally recommend you to score as per their program requirements or else student will have to study additional English program as per University/College academic policies. For more information on English program please visit our office and meet expert team member with prior appointment.

Yes, International student will be allowed to work 20 hours part time weekly while they are studying.

Yes, our expert team member will help you to analyze whether you are eligible for scholarships in Irish universities/colleges based on your academic track record.

You will be advised on documents checklist required for student visa in Ireland by an assigned expert team member.

Yes, in order to reserve your seat or share confirmation from Irish Institute, you will have to sign an acceptance form and pay part of tuition fees.