Work while you studys
Ireland permits students to work for 20 hours out of each week during scholarly meetings and 40 hours of the week during the long stretches of May, June, July, August, and mid-December to mid-January. After the completion of your studies, you can remain back to look for work under the Irish Third Level Graduate Scheme.
Ireland is a safe and tolerant place to live and ranks consistently in the world’s Top 20 countries for quality of life, peace and human development. It’s also a young country, with a third of the population under 25 years old. Study in Ireland and you’ll join more than 35,000 international students from 161 countries who love where they live.
Studying in Ireland can give you a great start to a successful career. Ireland ranks highly for quality of education – education that meets the needs of a competitive economy, plus knowledge transfer between universities and international companies. It’s also a lot of fun.
Major cities here are smaller and easy to get around in than other large cities worldwide, yet they are vibrant and culturally sophisticated.
- Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
- University College Dublin, Dublin
- The National University of Ireland Galway, Galway
- University College Cork, Cork
- Dublin City University, Dublin
- University of Limerick , Limerick
- Maynooth University, Maynooth
- Waterford Institute of Technology, Waterford
- Dublin Business School
- Cork Institute of Technology
- Computer Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
- Data Analytics
- Business Analytics
- Software and App Development
- Gaming and ICT
- Finance, Accounting and Taxation
- Financial Technology
- International Business and Management
- Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Information and Communication Technology
- Project Managers
- Healthcare Professionals
- Financial Accountants
- Financial Services Professionals
- Software Engineers
- Gaming Professionals
- App Developers (Java/C++/SQL/Python)
The application form received from the University
Entrance Test Scores (IELTS/GRE/TOEFL/PTE)
- 10th Grade Transcripts & Certificate
- 12th Grade Transcripts & Certificate
- Bachelor's Transcripts & Degree (for Masters/PG Programs Only).
- Master's Transcripts & Degree (if available)
- Diploma Transcripts & Certificate (if available)
Other Diplomas/Certificates (if available)
Statement of Purpose
Letter of Recommendation (LOR)/Reference Letter
Typically the Letter of Recommendation related to employment, admissions to institutions of higher education or scholarship eligibility.
Work Experience Documents From All Employers
For some countries you need to submit your work experience details also along with the required Documents. The major documents in proof of work experience include
- Latest Joining Letter
- Latest Salary Slip
- Employment Certificates from all Previous Employers
Resume/CVNB : The Documents given above are the general documents required to submit while applying to any university abroad. But these required documents may sometimes vary depending on the country and university you are applying to..
- Passport – Current and all previous passports (canceled) are required to be submitted
- Complete the AVATS Online Application, ensure you complete the online application form in full, and generate the summary sheet.
- Appointment confirmation booked through VFS.
- Online fee payment receipt for VFS appointment.
- Completed Student Visa Application form.
- Completed Supplementary Student Application form (Student Questionnaire).
- Letter of acceptance from a recognized school/college/university in Ireland confirming that you have been accepted on a course of study. This course of study must be full-time (lasting an academic year) and have a minimum of 15 hours per week study time.
- Evidence of your academic ability to pursue the chosen course through the English language test score IELTS or TOEFL or PTE.
- Statement of Purpose – Kindly ensure you answer the following question as part of your SOP – why the program, why this institution, why Ireland, how would this program help to build your career in Ireland or when you return to India, what is the employability and ROI in India, justifications for field change (if any).
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae.
- 10th standard mark sheet.
- 12th standard mark sheet.
- Diploma/bachelor’s/master’s degree documents
- Individual semester mark sheets
- Consolidated mark sheet
- Provisional certificate
- Degree Certificate
- (Note: if last semester mark sheet, provisional certificate, consolidated mark sheet, degree certificate is not issued, then write a letter addressing the visa officer on the same)
- An explanation of any gaps in your educational history.
- Provide evidence of work experiences.
- Evidence that the fees for the course have been paid in full or the minimum required fee is paid.
- Evidence that you have enough funds (€10,000) to maintain yourself for the initial part of your stay.
- Evidence that you have private medical insurance.
- Confirmation that you intend to return to your country of permanent residence when you leave Ireland.
- Student Health Insurance – All Indian students are required to have private medical insurance when coming to and residing in Ireland for the purpose of the study.
- Police Clearance Certificate – A Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) must be submitted with all visa applications for student visas. The PCC must be dated no older than 6 months from the date of the submission of your visa application.
- Passport Size Photo not more than 6 months old – A visa application must include 2 passport-sized photos of the applicant. Name & IRL Number on the backside. You can choose to take the photos inside the embassy/VFS for a charge of Rs.154/- (6-8 Copies).
- Evidence of sufficient finances to support your tuition and living costs while studying in Ireland
- Education loan sanction letter – full sanctions are required; principal sanctions are not accepted.
- Education loan disbursement letter.
- Latest bank account statement for all accounts from 1st November (previous year) to till date.
- For all the bank account statements submitted, get a balance confirmation certificate in euro.
- For all other types of savings with bank-like fixed deposits and recurring deposits get a balance confirmation certificate in euro with the date of original deposit and maturity mentioned. Fixed deposit original receipt is not mandatory but good to submit.
- Life insurance surrender value for all insurances held by sponsor & student – premium receipt, surrender value certificate & policy document to be submitted.
- Latest statement of Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF), Public Provident Fund (PPF) or Central Provident Fund (CPF)
- Income tax returns (ITR) or Form 16 from all sponsors for the last 3 years
- If the sponsor is employed, then the last 3 months’ salary slip
- Affidavit of Support from all sponsors along with government-issued identity card
- Financial cover letter
- Chartered Accountant certificate
- Cover letters for recent large transactions and financial source justification
€12,000 – €25,000 / YEAR