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Country at a glance

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Capital
Dublin
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Population
approx. 5,049,849
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Language
English
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International Students
approx. 32,000
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GDP
approx. USD 499 billion
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Dialing code
+353
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Currency
Euro (€)
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Universities
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Admission Timeline

EU candidates can apply to all full-time undergraduate courses via the Central Application Office (CAO). After signing up and creating your profile on the official CAO portal, you can select up to 10 Honors Bachelor’s degree (level 8) courses on the CAO form in the order of your preference. Then, if you meet the eligibility criteria of the courses, you'll receive an offer according to your preference.

On the other hand, non-EU candidates must apply directly from the institute’s official website. However, some institutes require all students to apply via the CAO. So, it’s best to check the requirements beforehand.

Most institutes in Ireland charge a non-refundable application fee of approx. €45-60 (approx. INR 3700-4900). This fee does not include the charges for English language proficiency tests (IELTS/TOEFL/DET/PTE Academic, etc.) you must pay before applying to any institute.

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Most institutes require you to apply directly on their website for Master's degree courses. The application cost and deadlines vary depending on the institute. However, some institutes need you to apply via the Postgraduate Applications Center (PAC). So, you must always check the admission notice thoroughly.

The application fees for international students in Master’s degree programs can vary from institute to institute. However, the average is approximately €35-60 (approx. INR 2900-4900). Additional costs include the application fees for English language proficiency tests (IELTS/TOEFL/DTE/PTE, etc.) and standardized tests (GMAT/HPAT/GAMSAT, etc.)

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If you wish to apply for an MBA course in Ireland, you must:

  • Submit the online application form
  • Upload your CV, academic transcripts, GMAT/GRE scores, and IELTS/TOEFL/PTE scores
  • Attend the interview
  • Receive a confirmation

The application fee for MBA courses in Ireland ranges from € 50-100 (approx. INR 4000-8100), depending on the institute. In addition, you'll also need to give the GMAT/GRE fees of USD 250 (approx. INR 20,000) and the TOEFL/IELTS/PTE Academic exam fee, which is approximately INR 15,500.

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Cost of living

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Monthly living expenses

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Rent

€400-1000

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Food

€167-200

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Transport

€135-200

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Miscellaneous

€250-400

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Frequently asked questions

Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, the UK, Canada, the USA, and France are some of the top countries for students seeking to study abroad. Each country presents unique opportunities for you to experience world-class education while embracing various cultures worldwide.

The top universities in Ireland that students prefer when studying abroad are:

  • Dublin City University
  • National University of Ireland, Galway
  • University College Cork
  • Trinity College Dublin
  • University College Dublin
  • Maynooth University

These institutes have gained worldwide renown for top-notch faculty, prestigious alumni, and excellent education.

The best courses to study in Ireland include:

  • Data science
  • Investment banking & finance
  • Journalism & mass communication
  • Medicine
  • Software engineering
  • Digital marketing
  • Artificial intelligence

If you wish to pursue an undergraduate, postgraduate, MBA or any course from Ireland, you can apply via the CAO or PAC if required. Otherwise, you need to follow these steps:

  • Choose the program you wish to pursue
  • Shortlist at least 4-5 institutions to apply to
  • Check the eligibility criteria
  • Register for English language proficiency tests
  • Take standardized tests (if required)

Once you meet all the requirements and have your paperwork ready, you can apply to your shortlisted universities online.

The average tuition cost of courses in Ireland is:

  • €9,850-25,500 (approx. INR 8,00,000-20,69,000) – UG courses
  • €9,500-34,500 (approx. INR 7,70,500-27,98,000) - PG courses
  • €8,000-30,000 (approx. INR 6,49,000-24,33,000) – MBA courses

Other than course fees, you must consider the cost of accommodation, food, travel and other miscellaneous expenses, which can add up to €6,000-13,000 per year (approx. INR 4,87,000-10,54,313).

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