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Top 3 reasons to study abroad in Ireland

Posted on November 11, 2019
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Ireland Study Visa

Study abroad consultants get various queries as per the specific needs and requirements of the individual students.

While for some, the options for study overseas revolve around the affordability factor, there might be others for whom getting a student visa for accessing top-notch international education might be the priority instead.

Where it comes to study abroad, the most sought-after destinations include –

There are many reasons why a student chooses a particular country for study abroad.

Ireland is known as “the Land of Saints and Scholars” for its impressive history in Education.

As per the QS World University Rankings 2020, Ireland has the following in the global top –

Rank in 2020 Institution
108 Trinity College Dublin (TCD)
185 University College Dublin (UCD)
259 National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG)
310 University College Cork (UCC)
429 Dublin City University (DCU)

What are Top 3 reasons for studying in Ireland?

There are many reasons for you to consider Ireland as a viable option when you decide that you want to study abroad. 

World-class education

Some of the most established and renowned universities in global education are in Ireland.

In Ireland, all the major cities and towns boast of a distinguished university that is known internationally.

There is a wide range in the undergraduate and graduate courses and degrees offered across Ireland. The country is a world leader where it comes to research and development.

As per the Science Foundation Ireland, “Ireland is building a reputation as a world leader in scientific research capability.”

Work opportunities

1. While you study

You will be assigned Stamp 2 when you come to study a full-time course in Ireland that is on the Interim List of Eligible Programmes (ILEP).

When you are in Ireland with Stamp 2, you can take up casual employment for a maximum duration of 20 hours per week during the term of the school, and for 40 hours a week during holidays.

Do keep in mind that you will not be allowed to engage in trade or any other business.

Also, students are not allowed to work as taxi drivers (even if they hold the taxi licence in their own name or in the capacity of an employee).

2. After you complete your studies

In certain cases, an overseas student can stay on in Ireland after the successful completion of his studies.

For this, the Post Study Pathway will be the Third Level Graduate Programme.

The Third Level Graduate Programme can be used for looking for graduate level employment and applying for a critical skills employment permit, general employment permit, or research hosting agreement.

3. Experience of a lifetime

Study abroad in Ireland can be the most unforgettable experience for any international student.

Ireland has a lot to offer to all kinds of students.

Opportunities for adventure and scenic beauty on one hand, and world-class education and research opportunities on the other, there will hardly be any overseas student that can resist the charm of Ireland.

Y-Axis offers a wide range of visa and immigration services as well as products to the aspiring overseas immigrants including Country Specific Admission and Student Education Loan.

If you are looking to Migrate, Work, Visit, Invest or Study in Ireland, talk to Y-Axis, the World’s No.1 Immigration & Visa Company.

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