Apply for 2019 Intakes at Renowned Institutes of Ireland. Get 2 Years Post Study Work Visa.
International students engaged in full-time study of at least one year’s 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.
Why Study In Ireland
- Ireland is an English Speaking country & is part of European Union EU.
- The Country offers 1 year (for Undergraduate) & 2 years (for Post Graduate) Post Study Work Visa.
- Getting Green Card & Permanent Residency (PR) options available.
- Dublin is European Headquarter of all IT majors like Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Adobe etc so plenty of Job opportunities.
Apply for 2019 Intake at Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT), Dublin Business School, Griffith College & Get 2 Years Post Study Work Visa (PG)
1. Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT)
- Every Year more than 600 International Students from 30 Countries.
- 95 % Graduate Employment Rate.
- Located in Dundalk, Co Louth, which is in north east of Ireland.
- DkIT campus is around 10 Minutes’ walk from the centre of town.
- Free Accomodation for Undergraduate Students for all 3-4 years.
- Dundalk is served by the Dublin- Belfast train corridor (Dundalk’s central train station is approximately a 20 Min walk from the Campus).
Subject Areas – Health & Science, Informatics & Creative Arts, Business & Humanities, Engineering, Hospitality
- Upcoming Intake –September
- Tuition Fees (UG/PG)- € 9,950 – € 12,000
- Scholarships – Upto € 2,000
2. Dublin Business School (DBS)
- Established in 1975, DBS is Ireland’s largest Independent Third Level College over 9,000 students.
- DBS is Located in the Heart of Dublin, Ireland’s Capital City.
- DBS provides a comprehensive range of full-time Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Professional Programs
- DBS Programmes are awarded by Quality & Qualification Ireland (QQI) (Formerly HEYAC)
Subject Areas – Accounting & Finance, Arts, Business & Management, Information Technology, Law, Marketing & Event Management, Media & Journalism, Professional Accounting, Psychology & Social Science
- Upcoming Intakes – April, September
- Tuition Fees : UG – € 9,850, PG – €11,500 – € 12,000 per year
- Scholarships – Masters – € 1000, Bachelors- € 500
Courses open for April 2019 Intake – MSc in Data Analytics, MBA – General, Cloud Computing, Marketing, HRM
3. Griffith College
- Established in 1974, Griffith College is Ireland’s largest independent third level institution
- 7,000 students at its 3 campuses in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.
- 1400 international students from 77 countries.
- Griffith College, which is a designated educational institute of Quality & Qualifications Ireland (QQI).
Subject Areas – Business, Computing, Engineering, Design, Law, Media & Journalism, Professional Accounting, Pharmaceutical Science, Apprenticeships.
- Upcoming Intakes – February/September
- Tuition Fees (UG/PG) – € 9,400- € 12,000
- IELTS Requirements: UG – 6.0 with no less 5.5, PG – 6.5 with no less 6.0
- Living Cost: € 10,000 per year
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All about Post Study Work Permit in Ireland
Once you have finished your studies in Ireland, you may wish to stay back a little longer and consider taking up a job to gain invaluable work experience. Time spent working abroad will strengthen your CV, and will help establish your career once you decide to come back to your home country.
If you are enrolled as a full-time student, with an Irish accredited degree, and have the Visa Stamp 2 you may qualify for the Third Level Graduate Scheme. The steps to the process is as following –
- Students can apply for non-renewable extension of up to 2 years after course completion. This extension is granted for the purpose of finding suitable employment.
- Later on, you can apply for a green card (renamed Critical Skills Employment Permit) or work permit (renamed General Employment Permit).
A new visa stamp – Stamp 1G – is now granted to foreign graduates who are authorized to work under the Third Level Graduate Scheme. So if you are granted Stamp 1G you don’t need to separately apply for visa extension.
The time of extension also depends on what your level is on the National Framework of Qualifications. For those pursuing degree at the level of 8 or above, the period for Graduate Employment Scheme is 12 months. For those with degree on level 7, a 6 month extension will be provided.
How to Work and Study in Ireland
At present under the current system, Non-EEA students can apply for a one-year visa to study in Ireland. In order to qualify for this visa, you must enrol on an English language course for a minimum 6 months in duration with minimum 15 hours of class per week. This would allow you to study for 6 months and then stay in Ireland for an additional 6 months to work legally or to travel in Ireland or the EU. This programme has become known as ‘One Year Academic’ or ‘Work and Study in Ireland’.
New regulations now state that 8-month visas will now replace the one year visa. This means that when you enrol on a 6-month / 25 week course you will only be permitted to remain in Ireland on completion of the course for an additional 2 months. You will still be entitled to three permissions but the minimum requirement of a 6-month course will still be in place.
For SPOT Assessment kindly bring your all original documents and a photocopy set – 10th & 12th Marksheets, Bachelor Degree & Marksheets, Curriculum Vitae, Work Experience Certificates (if applicable), IELTS/PTE (if taken), Passport, Photograph.
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