Study abroad Ireland provides you with an opportunity to become fully immersed in Irish culture while earning academic credentials at one of its premier universities. Situated near England, Ireland has earned itself a well-earned reputation as an international hub, boasting both strong business networks as well as welcoming communities filled with laughter-inducing atmosphere.
Tuition rates in Australia are comparable to that of the United States and generally range in the thousands per semester. Students have two options when enrolling directly through their chosen university: they may enroll directly themselves or sign up with an overseas studies provider that handles registration, accommodation and support – direct enrollment being generally less costly.
As part of their study in Ireland, students will also require money for travel and living expenses such as accommodation and airfare costs. To assist you in planning for this, the Estimate of Additional Expenses section outlines what expenses are not included in your program fee – round-trip tickets typically run between $375-1.300 round trip ticket.
Once accepted to your study abroad Ireland program, the next step will be applying for your student visa early. The process varies depending on your nationality or status – UK/EU citizen or international. As this could take up to 10 weeks for processing alone! Once your visa is in place you’ll also gain work permission allowing up to 20 hours a week while attending classes or studying.