Ireland degrees are recognized world wide
Ireland is the third-largest island in Europe and the twentieth-largest island in the world. It lies to the northwest of continental Europe and is surrounded by hundreds of islands and islets. To the east of Ireland is Great Britain, separated from it by the Irish Sea. The island is divided between separate jurisdictions: the Republic of Ireland, which covers just under five-sixths of the island, and Northern Ireland, a part of the United Kingdom, which covers the remainder and is located in the northeast of the island.
Irish culture has had a significant influence on other cultures, particularly in the fields of literature and, to a lesser degree, science and education. A strong indigenous culture exists, as expressed for example through native sports, Irish music and the Irish language, alongside a common Western culture, such as contemporary music and drama, and sports such as football, rugby and golf, and the English language.
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Students are permitted to work in Ireland part time up to a maximum of 20 hours per week.
Students may apply for work permit in Ireland once they finish their degree course. After completing studies in Ireland, a student is entitled to get 6 months of Graduate Visa, which allows you to work full time and also look for a relevant job of their field.
A Minimum Score of 5.5 band in IELTS for under graduate studies at college level is required from Indian students who wish to apply for a study visa for Ireland.
Undergraduate degree courses require at least 6.0 band overall for direct admission. Most of the post graduate students are required to have 6.5 band over all for admission.
An equivalent score in TOEFL is also acceptable.
Tuition fees for 2009/2010 for undergraduate, non-E.U. students at a higher education institution are as follows:
Medicine and related €31,000 - €45,000
Engineering €9,100 - €20,300
Science & Technology €9,100 - €16,500
Arts & Humanities €9,100 - €15,500
Business €9,000 - €15,500
Tuition fees for 2009/2010 for postgraduate, non-E.U. students at a higher education institution are as follows:
Medicine and related €12,035- €37,000
Engineering €9,150 - €18,000
Science & Technology €9,150 - €18,000
Arts & Humanities €8,900 - €20,000
Business €9,150 - €18,800
On average a student will spend between €6000 and €10,500per year depending on location and lifestyle.
Some universities provide scholarship for research programs.
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Australian Minister of Immigration and Citizenship on 15 February 2012 announced reductions in the student.
UK Government has announced increase in the access to the funds required for the grant of the student visa.