Study in Ireland

Why Study in Ireland ?

Ireland has one of the best education systems in the world and there are many reasons to study here. Schools and universities are globally connected and graduates of Irish education institutions have access to opportunities in many different careers all over the world.
Ireland is an island nation on the westernmost edge of Europe. It is the continent’s second-largest island after Great Britain. And it is known for its beautiful green countryside, fascinating history, and friendly people.


The standard of education in Ireland is among the world’s best, with seven top-level universities and a focus on research and global collaboration.

People and culture

The Irish are proud of their country and their culture and they are happy to share it with you. Although it’s a relatively small country, (with a population of around five million), more than 70 million people around the world claim to have Irish heritage. So once you’ve lived in Ireland, you’ll have friends all over the world.


Ireland is a safe and tolerant place to live and ranks consistently in the world’s Top 20 countries for quality of life, peace and human development. It’s also a young country, with a third of the population under 25 years old. Study in Ireland and you’ll join more than 35,000 international students from 161 countries who love where they live.


Studying in Ireland can give you a great start to a successful career. Ireland ranks highly for quality of education – education that meets the needs of a competitive economy, plus knowledge transfer between universities and international companies. It’s also a lot of fun.

City life

Major cities here are smaller and easy to get around than other large cities worldwide, yet they are vibrant and culturally sophisticated.

Top courses in Ireland

Business Analytics

Investment Banking and Finance

data science

Big Data / Data Science

Pharmaceutical Sciences


Total Expense in Ireland for International student

Tuition fees €14,000 – €21000
Accommodation €300-600 a month
Utilities (like electric/gas/refuse) €30 – €50 a month
Food expenses €250 – €350 a month
Travel expenses (monthly bus ticket expense) €65 – €85 a month
Book & stationery

€75 a month


Mobile phone €20 a month
Medical Insurance €500 and €800 (Per year)
Personal expenses (specifically social & sports) €200 – €300 per year

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