Study in Ireland

Ireland has a worldwide reputation for high quality education which is built on a solid foundation of commitment to excellence. The education system is similar to
Britain. Ireland has also been outsourcing to the USA for a quite few years now.

There is an extensive choice of courses available.

The Quality & Qualification Ireland (QQI) is the government body which is responsible for maintaining and developing the NQF (National Qualification Framework) and for quality standards throughout the higher education sector and English Language schools in Ireland. Qualifications that are recognized under NQF are quality assured which means an international student is assured that the course and institution they are studying are reviewed on regular basis.

International students have two options if the plan to study in Ireland, first to attend a secondary school in Ireland and complete the Learning Certificate Examination with Irish students. The second option available is to undertake recognized public examinations in their own countries. To have realistic prospects the results of these exams should be very good. The students also need to appear for the TOEFL exam.

After the complete process of admission the student needs a student visa to enter Ireland.

For more information websites mentioned below can be visited:
1. https://www.dfa.ie/travel/knowbeforeyougo/passportandvisas/
2. http://www.educationinireland.com/en/HowDoIApply/GetYourStudentVisa/
3. http://www.educationinireland.com/en/WhyStudyinIreland/