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Study In Ireland

Ireland is a part of European Union and is a very dynamic and modern country with a young population. More than 40% of its population is below 25 years. It is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, with population of 6.37 million. The country also boasts the highest quality of life in the world, ranking first in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Quality-of-life Index. Ireland has topped the World’s Friendliest Countries in a survey made by the Lonely Planet travel guide group.

Why Ireland?

  • Accepts students for post graduation with 15 yrs of education, unlike a few countries.
  • One of the best education systems in Europe with a history rich in tradition and learning.
  • Quality education leading to rapid growth of economy. It has 6.4% unemployment rate.
  • Over 2,00,000 international students.
  • 1 year master’s degree
  • No prior work experience required for MBA
  • International Students can work Part-time (approximately 20 hrs/week)
  • Excellent wage rate
  • Close links between educational institutions & thriving economy.
  • Moderate Climate. Suitable for people living in India.
  • Modern life style, safe & secure environment in which one can live, work & study.
  • An English speaking country.

The Irish Education System was traditionally divided into three basis levels: Primary (8 years), Secondary (5 or 6 years) and Higher Education which offers a wide range of opportunities from post-secondary courses, to vocational and technical training, to full degree and the highest post-graduate levels.

The higher education system in Ireland is broad in scope and encompasses the university sector, the technological sector, the colleges of education and private, independent colleges. The institutions which fall within the first three groupings are autonomous and self governing, but substantially state funded. Education has been a key factor in making Ireland one of the fastest growing economies in the world over the past decade.

Cooperative Education involves placement of students in employment relevant to their Degree programmes for six or eight months during their undergraduate studies. Some Institutions in Ireland adopts this model as an integral part of the academic programme

Infrastructure

New Hospital Building

A new hospital building is just started with 350 bed capacity adjacent to the academic building. It is a 14 storied building with modern amenities and facilities for all sorts of patient and giving more opportunity of learning.

Tallest Academic Building

The existing ISMC academic building is 14 storied structure having 1,29,000sft. area. Each floor comprising 9,214 sft, accommodating academic facilities separately. In general, each department has one floor containing galleries, tutorial rooms, laboratories, museums and teachers room. In addition, there are canteen, common room, information center, guardians waiting room and prayers facilities. The 7th floor is the heart of this building comprising Principal’s office, conference room, teachers lounge, administrative wings and the library.

We have a airconditioned 1750 sqf library in the 7th floor of the academic building. It has got 4391 volumes of Reference books, Text books, Periodicals, Printed and Electronic version of National and International Journals. There are separate reading area for the students as well as teachers. It is also equipped with Internet access. We have an Index Journal ”Bangladesh Journal of Medical Science” which is indexed in several organization like Scopus Elsevier, Thomson Reuters, British Library, Hinari/WHO, Index Copernicus, Cross Ref. etc. Very soon this library will be shifted in a single floor of 8900 sqf area where seperate area for Male & Female students and Teachers will be provided.

Tuition Fees
For Dublin Business School which has a wide range of courses available, the fees start from as low as 1,890 Euros a year to 9,500 Euros a year.

Cost of Living
As per 2011 figures, on an average, a single student should consider approx. between 10500 Euros and 13,000 Euros per year as living expenses, depending on location and lifestyle of the student.

Accomodation
Third level students: The higher education system in Ireland is called as Third level education or tertiary education.

Most third level institutions have on-campus student residences, often resembling small villages with on-site facilities such as shops, launderettes, restaurants etc.

Another popular option, particularly in the main cities is self-catering rented accommodation, often shared with other students. Students opting for this kind of accommodation are advised to arrive in the country two or three weeks prior to the start of the academic year in order to secure a place in a house/apartment.

Some third-level students opt for host family accommodation. This can be a good option for those leaving home for the first time as it helps to integrate them into the local community and the Irish way of life. Students are normally provided with their own room and with morning and evening meals.

Scholarships
Many overseas students studying in Ireland are sponsored by their own governments or through other international scholarship programmes. In most cases applications should be made through the Ministry of Education in the student’s home country.

All applications for an Irish Visa must be made by completing an Online Visa Application Form, which can be accessed through the link below.
www.inis.gov.ie

Where to apply:
If there is an Irish Embassy, Consulate, Honorary Consul or Visa Office in your country of permanent residence you must apply there. You may be required to attend for personal interview if there is no Irish Embassy, Consulate, Honorary Consul or Visa Office in your country of origin, another Irish Embassy or Consulate may have been designated for the purposes of processing applications from your country of permanent residence. If this is the case, you must apply in the Embassy or Consulate designated for this purpose.

Process

  • How many days prior a student can apply for visa 90 days in prior a student can apply for Visa. But cannot fly before 30 days before from the course commencement date
  • Document Checklist
  • Original Passport
  • The Visa Application forms
  • Letter of acceptance from the education institution
  • All Academic documents & Police clearance Certificate
  • Evidence of financial resources etc.

 

Visa Application Fees

The visa fee has to be paid by Cashier’s Order favoring “Consulate General of Ireland, Mumbai” between a range of Rs. 3,600/- to Rs. 7,000/- approx (The applicable visa fee in Indian Rupees is as per the current exchange rate and is subject to change without notice).

Processing time

Applications can be processed locally in the Irish Embassy, Consulate or Visa Office in your country of origin in a very short period of time.
You should allow as much time as possible when applying for a visa but a Minimum time of 4 – 8 weeks for processing.

English Ability Requirements:

All applicant must show IELTS / or equivalent Score sheet for Visa.