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Can I study abroad in Ireland as a student?
Many Irish third-level institutions offer their students the opportunity to travel through their course of study, often through student exchange programmes. Irish institutions establish initial contact with institutions abroad and maintain an ongoing relationship with them.
Why study in Ireland?
Ireland may be a small country, but it looms large in the minds of many around the world. As a result of unique cultural traditions, postcard-perfect scenery, and some of the region highest regarded universities, students from around the world have been coming to Ireland for years to study abroad.
What should I consider when choosing a course of study abroad?
You should find out about the application procedures, length of courses, fees and living expenses before you make a final decision on whether a course of study abroad is suitable for you. If you are a third-level student in Ireland your university or college may have information about opportunities for studying outside Ireland.
Do I need a work permit to study in Ireland?
How Do I Apply? International students engaged in full-time study of at least one year duration (on a course leading to a qualification which is recognised by the Irish Department of Education and Skills currently do not need a work permit to work in Ireland.