Our Services for students who wish to study in Ireland Universities or Ireland Colleges include:
• Pre-counseling about various courses available in different Universities in Ireland and colleges in Ireland.
• Providing information about Tuition fees, living costs, Admission intakes and application deadlines.
• Obtaining admissions in Ireland Universities or Ireland Colleges (Application fee is waived in some instance, if applied through us).
• Ireland University Scholarship options sourced through the Universities or through the respective Government.
• Guiding the students and their parents to prepare the documents for the Ireland student visa.
• Assisting to get the Overseas education loan from banks in India.
• Arranging accommodation in Ireland and also assisting to get part time jobs in Ireland.
• Obtaining the Ireland health insurance for students.
STUDY IN IRELAND – ADVANTAGES:
Students undertaking a two year full time study in Ireland become eligible to apply for 2 year work permit.
It is not easy for married couples to use the Ireland education, as a pathway to Immigrate to Ireland.
The Ireland Student Visa department wants to ensure, that there is a genuine interest from the student to study in Ireland.
Most of the Universities in Ireland insist on the student to take the proof of English test. The waiver based on Medium of instruction in English is no more appreciated.
• Athlone Institute of Technology
• Carlow Institute of Technology
• Cork Institute of Technology
• Crumlin College
• Dublin Institute of Technology
• Dublin City University
• Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
• Galway Mayo Institute of Technology
• Grafton College of Management Sciences
• Irish International University (Distance Education)
• Language Schools International
• LSB College
• National University of Ireland
• National University of Ireland, Galway
• National University of Ireland, Maynooth
• Royal College of Surgeons
• Royal College of Physicians of Ireland
• Tipperary institute
• University College Dublin
• University of Dublin, Trinity College
• University of Limerick
• University College Cork