Type Of Student Visas:
If you wish to study in Ireland for less than 3 months you should apply for a ‘C study visa’. If your course lasts longer than 3 months, you should apply for a ‘D study visa’.
Can Work While Studying:
All nationals from the European Economic Area (EEA) are entitled to take up full-time or part-time employment in Ireland while studying. Non-EEA students with Stamp 2 permission to remain are allowed to take up casual employment. … It is not realistic to rely on a part time job to fund your studies.
How many years visa does Ireland give for students?
Can I work when I finish my study?
Possibly. The Irish Government’s Third Level Graduate Scheme offers graduates of Irish higher education institutions a one-year stay back visa so that they can stay in Ireland and seek employment. This is extended to two years for postgraduate students.
Can I get PR in Ireland after study?
As a student, if you apply for a 2-year master’s program and get a work permit under Two years PSW, you can further extend your work permit for just 1 year and be eligible for permanent residency. However, if you acquire the critical skills employment permit, you are eligible for permanent residency after just 2 years.
Documents required for the student visa in Ireland:
- Two recent colour passport-size photographs.
- Passport and a full copy of any previous passports.
- A signed letter of application including your full contact details (stating the reason you want to come to Ireland)
- Letter of Acceptance from the college/university.
Benefits of studying in Ireland
QS World University Rankings 2021 – Top Universities in Ireland
|Irish Rank||University||Global rank|
|1||Trinity College Dublin (TCD)||101|
|2||University College Dublin (UCD)||177|
|3||National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG)||238|
|4||University College Cork (UCC)||286|
|5||Dublin City University (DCU)||439|
|6||University of Limerick (UL)||511-520|
|8||Technological University of Dublin||801-1000|
Top 10 courses in Ireland 2021:
- Data science in Ireland.
- Big Data in Ireland.
- Computer Science in Ireland.
- Cyber Security in Ireland.
- Cloud Computing in Ireland.
- Digital Marketing in Ireland.
- Software Engineering in Ireland.
- Artificial Intelligence in Ireland.