Study Abroad > Study in Ireland
Why study in Ireland
The Irish education system is divided into primary, secondary, third-level and further education. Both state-funded and private institutions are available at all levels.
Level of Education
Tuition Fee per year (in Euro)
Level of Education per year (in EUR)
9,000 to 45,000
Postgraduate and PhD
1 years and above
9,150 to 37,000
Accommodation & Living costs:Total Accommodation per month turns out to be 700-800 EUR. Annual Living costs can range from 9,000 to 14,000 Euros in Ireland.
Medical Insurance is mandatory (Private Insurance is also acceptable)
International students can get access to a wide variety of scholarships in Ireland through their study institutions, government of Ireland or other bodies.
International students in Ireland have multiple scholarship options available to them.
A large majority of third level institutions offer on-campus residences to students. Other stay options include:
To book your off campus student accommodation in Ireland, contact us. Click Here.
Initially, students will be getting a visa for 30 to 90 days. Students will have to register at the Garda National Immigration Bureau (GNIB) soon after the student arrives in Ireland.