Visas, fees, course entry requirements… there’s a lot of things to think about before you make your study trip. But don’t panic – with a little bit of preparation you won’t have to deal with any surprises. To help you get ready, check out the pages below.
Hoping to study in Dublin? Here’s our simple step-by-step guide. It’ll help you keep stress levels to a minimum in the run-up to your move.
1) Choose your course
Check out the [link]list of universities and colleges in Dublin[/link]. Investigate the courses that you’re interested in and make sure you can meet the entry requirements. Attend an open day if you can – it will give you a feel for student life on campus.
2) Apply and accept
Found your course? Apply as soon as possible. In most cases you’ll be sent a letter of offer. You need to accept this to be officially enrolled. Procedures may vary so make sure you’re familiar with the enrolme
I’m coming to Ireland to study. Do I need a visa?
You won’t need a visa if you are a citizen of any of the member countries of the European Economic Area or the European Union’s single market. These are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK. Swiss nationals and citizens of any country listed in the
Ireland is a great place to study and its universities welcome students from across the world. But how much does it cost?
Most universities and institutions of higher learning have at least two parts to their fee structure – tuition and the student contribution. Tuition covers your learning in class, while the student contribution covers student services and examinations. The maximum rate for the student contribution in 2018–2019 is €3,000.
Students from countries outside of the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA) must pay the full cost of their courses. This can vary widely, depending on the course and the institution where you study.