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Study In Ireland

Higher Study in Ireland

Study in Ireland

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 un-spoilt countryside, offering cityscapes steeped in history and landscapes lush with a rich natural habitat. Renowned for friendliness, our safe, English speaking country offers the warmest of welcomes to students from all over the world.

Irish higher education institutions and qualifications are recognized worldwide for excellence, delivering world-class innovative learning in many disciplines. Students can choose from an extensive range of courses to meet their needs in highly respected business schools, canters of scientific and technology excellence as well as renowned language, humanities and arts faculties.

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Industries & Research

Throughout the centuries Ireland has proven itself as a nation of inventors with many of its natives having made important contributions to their particular fields of endeavor. Famous Irish Inventors are James Martin ‘Ejector Seat’, Nicholas Callan ‘Induction Coil’, Tony Allen ‘Spidercatcher’, John Philip Holland ‘Submarine Torpedo Boat’, John Tyndall ‘Light Pipe (forerunner of fibre-optics)’, Lucien Bull ‘High-speed photography / improved ElectroCardioGraph’, Dr. Francis Rynd ‘Hypodermic Needle & Syringe’.

The economy of Ireland has transformed in recent years from an agricultural focus to a modern knowledge economy, focusing on services and high-tech industries and dependent on trade, industry and investment. In terms of GDP per capita, Ireland is ranked as one of the wealthiest countries in the OECD. A study by The Economist found Ireland to have the best quality of life in the world. The 1995 to 2000 period of high economic growth led many to call the country the Celtic Tiger.

Life style

Many customs and traditions, like names, recipes, or holiday celebrations are handed down from generation to generation so far back no one really remembers where or how they originated. Some originated out of climatic, social or economic conditions over a long period in history.

These customs and traditions were then carried to other countries when people emigrated because they were what were familiar and they brought a touch of comfort and a sense of home to a new and strange place. Over time they became part of the fabric of this new culture.

You may be surprised to find that many things you take for granted as part of your culture, family traditions or lifestyle really began long ago on a small island called Ireland.

The Degrees are

  1. Bachelor’s degree
  2. Higher Diploma
  3. Master’s degree
  4. Doctoral or Ph.D. degree

Semester Offer

  1. Fall semester: August to December
  2. Spring semester: January to May

Requirements for Bachelor’s Program

  1. Academic
  2. 1. At least 12 years of education (HSC equivalent).
  3. Language Proficiency
  4. Most universities require IELTS band of 5.5 to 6.0 or TOEFL CBT scores 213 or iBT score 79 to 80
  5. Course Length
  6. Bachelor’s Degree: Approx. 3 to 4 years of study.

(Exception: a. Veterinary Medicine, Architecture and Dentistry studies last 5 years b. Medicine takes 6 years)

 

Requirements for Master’s Program

  1. Academic
  2. At least 16 years of education.
  3. Language Proficiency
  4. Most universities require IELTS band of 6.0 to 6.5 or TOEFL CBT scores 213 to 237 or iBT score 79 to 93
  5. Course Length
  6. Master’s Degree: approx. 1 to 3 years of study
  7. Doctorate or Ph.D. Program: approx. 3 to 5 years of study.

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Subjects for Bachelor’s & Master’s Program

Accountancy, Aboriginal and Indigenous Studies, Education, Agriculture, Alternative Medicine, Anatomy, Anthropology, Applied Mathematics, Aquaculture, Archaeology, Architecture, Design, Arts and Humanities, Psychology, Audio Engineering, Automotive Dealership Management, Automotive Engineering, Aviation Studies, Banking and Finance, Biochemistry, Biological & Physical Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Biotechnology, Built Environment, Business & Management, Ceramics, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Chiropractic Studies, Civil Engineering, Communications and Media, Computing, Dance, Drama, E-Commerce, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, English, Environmental Studies, Tactile Therapies, Fashion, Film, Fine Art, Food Science, Geography, Graphic Design, Law, Health Care Management, Health Economics, Health Sciences, History, Horticulture, International Tourism and Hospitality, Human Resources Management, Information Technology, Interior Design, International Business, Journalism, Life Sciences, Management, Manufacturing, Marine Biology, Maritime Studies, Marketing, Materials Science, Mathematics and Computing, MBA, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Science, Medicine, Multimedia, Natural History, Nursing and Midwifery, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy, Pharmacy, Philosophy, Physics, Physiotherapy, Politics, Property Management, Public Health, Pure Mathematics, Sociology, Sport Science, Telecommunications, Town and Country Planning, Veterinary Science, Web Design, Wildlife Management, Zoology etc.

Expenses

  1. Tuition Fees in EURO (?) For 1 Academic Year
  2. for Bachelor’s Program: 10,500 to 15,150 (EURO)
  3. for Master’s Program: 7,400 to 15,720 (EURO)
  4. Living & Other Expense in EURO (?) for 1 Month
  5. Accommodation: 400 to 600 EURO
  6. Food: 200 to 300 EURO
  7. Books and other academic requisites: 55 EURO
  8. Clothes, laundry: 65 EURO
  9. Recreation: 200 EURO
  10. Other: 100 EURO

How to Apply to The University

  1. Check with the departments to see if there is a closing date for your application.
  2. You should write directly to the Institution’s Admission Office for detailed application information and forms.
  3. You can also download application form from university website.
  4. Some universities have an on-line application facility.
  5. Admission Office will inform you about the documentation, translation, and visa requirements.
  6. You should start at least one year in advance to compile the necessary information and documentation.
  7. The decision of the institution is usually announced within approximately six to eight months of the application deadline.

Supporting Documents

  1. Completed Application Form.
  2. Money order/Application fee Documents (if needed)
  3. Official English version of all educational certificates including marks sheets.
  4. School/College leaving certificate.
  5. English (TOEFL or IELTS) Language proficiency test documents
  6. Score report of SAT, GRE, GMAT (if needed)
  7. Letter of financial responsibility directly from your sponsor.
  8. Photocopy of your passport.

Credit Transfer Facility

  1. Students may apply for credit transfer program at undergraduate or postgraduate level in Ireland.
  2. The maximum amount of credit that may be granted normally is not greater than 50% of the course.
  3. Most of the Irish universities consider minimum “B” grade for acceptance.
  4. You have to submit the following documents

to your target university:

  1. Your application form for the Undergraduate or Postgraduate coursework program
  2. Official copies of your academic transcript
  3. Also include an official letter from head of the school/department of your university, from where you have already completed the courses.
  4. Detailed course outlines (Official Copy) including subject descriptions, methods of teaching and assessment, reading lists, number of hours of teaching etc.
  5. The academic level you are studying (e.g. First Year, Second Year etc.)
  6. How many credits you have completed
  7. An explanation of the grading system used at your institution.
  8. Information on the total units of study requirement (i.e. how many credits are required) for the completion of the degree.

Other Information

  1. Medical Insurance
  2. Your eligibility for public health services depends on your country of origin, the duration of your stay in Ireland and your financial situation. With regard to hospitalization for non-EU students (Bangladeshi Students are Non EU Students), if you are undertaking a full time course of study for at least one year, you are classed as “ordinarily resident” in Ireland, and are therefore entitled to public patient facilities.
  3. The major universities and institutes of technology have medical centers on campus, or arrangements with General Practitioners (GPs) based nearby. This is a free service. If you are unable to see the doctor at your university, GPs are widely available in Ireland and their services can be obtained at most times of the day. They generally charge about? 40 for a consultation. For more information on public healthcare entitlements, visit Department of Health and Child site.
  4. Working in Ireland
  5. In general, Non EU nationals (Bangladeshi students are Non EU nationals) must have a permit to work in Ireland.
  6. Students are allowed to work for periods of up to 20 hours per week during the school term and up to 40 hours per week during official school holidays.
  7. Jobs in Ireland
  8. Job areas & types: Pubs, Shops, Factories, Cafes & Restaurants, Bar, Hotels, Clubs, Receptionists, Maintenance Worker, Cleaner, Nursing, Accounting, Offices, Service Manager, Marketing Support, It, Driver, Call Center, Sales, Exhibition Work, Sorting Mail, Gardening, Modeling, Newspaper & Magazine Distribution, Courier Work, Tourist Job etc.
  9. Average wages in EURO (?): Students can earn from 6 to 20 EURO per hour
  10. Scholarships
  11. There is a huge number of scholarship available on the International Scholarship Database of VarsityAdmission.COM site
  12. Irish Research Council Scholarship
  13. Government Exchange Scholarships