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Ireland Admission Guidelines

Interested in studying in Ireland? Take a look at the following steps to get started with your admission process;

  • 1.   Research and select the course/program that serves your personal, academic and professional goals. This would include choosing:
    •   Level of education: Bachelor degree/ Master degree/Ph.D.
    •   Field of study: IT + Business, Business, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science are popular courses in Ireland along with Science, IT, Business, Art, Psychology, Medicine, Engineering, Nursing, Hospitality, Architecture, Law or other
  • 2.   Choose the ideal admission intake in Ireland universities:
    •   September – October intake
    •   January – February intake
    •   April- May intake is also for a few courses/universities
  • 3.   Determine course entry requirements, which could include, but not limited to:
    • Minimum English language proficiency: appear for either IELTS or TOEFL.
      • Minimum score for undergraduate: Overall 6 with no band less than 5.5
      • Minimum score for postgraduate: Overall 6.5 with no band less than 6
      • The English language proficiency score may vary depending on the course
    • Minimum Education qualification:
      • For Bachelor degree : high school degree or other equivalents
      • For Master’s degree: bachelor degree with good grades.
    • Enrolment in the arts or architecture courses require submission of a portfolio of your previous work/ art
  • 4.   Application process and deadlines: Most of the university in Ireland have application deadlines between October-December for studies commencing in September of the following year Courses with limited seats for international students have early deadline, therefor students are advised to apply as early as possible.
  • 5.   Submit application and wait for offer letter from the University (Turnaround time can be 2 - 4 weeks) *Some Universities may request a Skype Interview
  • 6.   Receive conditional / unconditional offer letter.
    • In case of conditional offer letter fulfil the requirements outlined in the letter, and wait for unconditional/full offer letter
  • 7.   Pay the initial fee deposit to the University
  • 8.   Proceed with Visa Application at least 3-4 weeks prior to the course commencement
  • For detailed assistance on the application process, schedule a free counselling session with the career experts at SIEC.

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