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- April 13, 2012
- Preferred qualification: Postgraduate
The Irish education system consists of Primary schools, Secondary schools (high schools), Third level colleges and universities and professional institutions. At the third level, institutions provide bachelor degrees of three years, master degrees of one to two years and doctorate degrees. Some institutions also offer shorter certificate and diploma courses. International students are welcome to study at any third level institution. All education at the institutes is validated by Ireland's national certification authority to ensure that the education provided holds the highest international standard. Application procedures differ depending on the type of course you are applying for.
Tuition fees vary depending on the institution and the study program.
For UG the fees will be approximately of
Medicine and related €31,000 - €45,000
Engineering €9,100 - €20,300
Science & Technology - €9,100 - €16,500
Arts & Humanities - €9,100 - €15,500
Business _ €9,000 - €15,500
For PG the fees will be approximately of
Medicine and related - €12,035- €37,000
Engineering - €9,150 - €18,000
Science & Technology - €9,150 - €18,000
Arts & Humanities - €8,900 - €20,000
Business - €9,150 - €18,800
If you are an international student studying in Ireland, you may have the right to stay and work in Ireland after you graduate. Your right to work here depends on two things:
1. Where are you from? There are different rules for students and graduates from countries in the European Economic Area and Switzerland and those who come from other countries (also known as non-EU students). There are more restrictions on non-EU students.
2. Where are you studying or working? There are different rules for Northern Ireland (which is in the UK) and the Republic of Ireland.