If you’re interested in studying in Ireland, you should ensure you have sufficient funding to cover your living expenses. Students who need a visa will have to demonstrate this as part of their application. According to our estimates, students spend between €7,000 and €12,000 per year.
Non-EU students are not eligible to receive free medical attention off-campus, and therefore, must obtain their own private insurance. Students from outside of the European Union will need to provide proof of comprehensive health insurance when registering with the Garda National Immigration Bureau.
Like Ireland’s people, its weather is never monotonous or predictable. You might be dancing in the rain or blowing in the wind, but the sun will never be far away! The climate can be summed up as being mild, moist and changeable with abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes.
Students may work 40 hours per week between June, July, August, and September, and from 15th December to 15th January inclusive. At all other times, students will be limited to working 20 hours per week. The minimum wage in Ireland is €9.15 per hour.
The education system in Ireland is among the finest in the world. Universities and schools are globally connected, so graduates of Irish education institutions can pursue a wide range of careers around the globe.