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STUDYING ABROAD IRELAND
IRELAND LONG TRADITION IN EDUCATION EXCELLENCE
Ireland's longstanding reputation for high quality education is build on a solid foundation of commitment to excellence. Today it has one of the best education systems in the world and an internationally renowned reputation for academic quality.
34 higher education institutions in Ireland offer an extensive range of over 5000 programmes leading to internationally recognised, quality assured qualifications. International students can choose to meet their education needs in highly respected business schools, centres of scientific and technology excellence as well as renowned language, humanities and arts faculties.
Ireland is one of the fastest growing destinations forInternational students in Europe. The Irish Government has made International education astrategic priority and has integrated the efforts of our Education, Industry Support and Immigration agencies,to ensure Ireland presents a warm, welcoming environment to study. Successful Irish and multi-national companies are keenly focussed on sourcing the best talent from Irish colleges with a suitable Irish qualification will give students a head start in their careers.
Ireland has seen a massive increase in demand from industry for Science & IT graduates and this
presents a huge opportunity for International Students to experience quality education and life in
Ireland, as there is a 12-month post study work permit for International Students who graduate with an
Some Key facts about Irish Institutions
- All of Ireland’s universities are ranked in the top 5% percent globally
- Irish qualifications are quality assured by the Irish state agency. Quality Qualification Ireland
- Ireland’s higher education system is in the top twenty world wide
- Hundred of scholarship awarded annually.
- The Irish Government Investment in knowledge and higher education increased by an average annual rate of 10% in the past decades compared with EU and OECD average rate of 3%
- At 65% percent Ireland has one of the highest educational participation rates in the world.
Everywhere you go in Ireland, you will find a genuine and deep-seated love of learning!
Ireland moves up the international research rankings!
- Ireland is ranked 14th in the Global Scientific Ranking.
- Ireland is ranked 7th in the 2016 Global Innovation Index.
- Ireland is ranked 2nd for Chemistry
- Ireland is ranked 2nd for Nanotechnology
- Ireland is ranked 3rd for Animal and Dairy
- Ireland is ranked 3rd for Agricultural Sciences
- Ireland is ranked 4th for Mathematics
- 2,081 international academic collaborations with international partners in 2015
Ireland: An English Speaking Country
While Ireland has its own language and distinct cultural identity, English is the universal spoken language. In fact, Ireland is the only English-speaking country in the Eurozone, and that’s one of the reasons why so many multinational businesses locate their European base here.
- It also makes Ireland a great choice for international students. English is now the global language of business. According to a recent article in the Harvard Business Review more and more multinational companies, including Airbus, Daimler-Chrysler, Fast Retailing, Nokia, Renault, Samsung, SAP, Technicolor and Microsoft in Beijing, are establishing English as their common corporate language in order to facilitate communication across geographically diverse locations and business functions.
- What’s more, it’s the language of choice in the technology world. An estimated 565 million people use English on the internet.
- Dublin is a UNESCO City of Literature, our writers have had a ground-breaking impact on English literature, we have enriched the language with thousands of Irish-derived words and phrases and, for a small country, our authors have amassed a huge haul of literary awards.
Irish Innovative and Creative Culture
Did you know that Irish people were behind all these life-changing inventions? The submarine, colour photography, the modern tractor, the guided missile, the nickel-zinc battery, the portable defibrillator, the Gregg system of shorthand speed writing, the modern stethoscope, rubber shoe soles, soda water, a treatment for leprosy, the aircraft ejector seat and chocolate milk!
As a country they ’re an ingenious lot who punch well above their weight internationally when it comes to creativity in art, literature and music and ingenuity in science and technology.
- In business, the Irish-French economist Richard Cantillon was one of the fathers of modern economics and monetary theory; Fyffes, with its ‘blue label’ banana, created the first and oldest fruit brand in the world, and Irish-founded Ryanair, Europe’s largest low-cost airline, brought the concepts of no-frill flights to Europe.
- Music, song-writing and dance is in our blood. Irish music has influenced country, blue grass, folk, jazz and rock music in North America, Europe, Australia and beyond; Riverdance has given birth to a renaissance in Irish dance throughout the world, and Ireland has won the Eurovision Song Contest more times than any other any other country!
- Irish writers such as Samuel Beckett and James Joyce have had a revolutionary impact on English literature, influencing writers and artists in countries and cultures across the world.
- Irish man Philip Treacy – milliner to the rich, beautiful and famous – is one of the top hat makers in the world, having lifted hat design to an haute couture art form.
- When it comes to technology, their achievements are just too numerous to mention…Technology from Kerry-based Altobridge enabled AeroMobile to make history when they launched the world’s first commercial in-flight mobile communications service.
- The Irish company Daon supplies biometric software to governments around the world, allowing them to establish and confirm the unique identity of billions of people for border control and social security.
- Technology from the Dublin company Havok allows some the world’s best-known developers to reach new standards of realism and interactivity in games from Microsoft,
- Nintendo, and Sony…You get the picture
Ireland: A Friendly, Safe Environment
Ireland is a friendly, safe country. But don’t just take our word for it.
- In 2013, the OECD put Ireland in the top ten in its Better Life Index. In general, Irish people were more satisfied with their lives and had more positive experiences in a typical day than the OECD average. What’s more, the Irish scored second highest in the OECD for citizens volunteering time, giving money and helping a stranger.
The Irish have a huge maternal side and love to welcome or 'mother' new guests. If staying with a host family, you're sure to be treated as one of the family. If not, there's always a greeting or a helping hand just around the corner.
Ireland's Higher Education Institutions are absolutely committed to ensuring that visiting students settle in to their new environment and have all the information needed for an enjoyable stay. All our higher education institutions have a designated staff member to whom international students can turn for any assistance.
Simply put, They're a friendly, welcoming bunch of people, and that's why international students get so much out of the Irish experience
IRELAND STUDENT VISAS
Experience shows that students who attempt to apply on their own find the whole process complicated, time-consuming and daunting. The majority of all student visa applicants get visa refusals and such refusals will stay on your record at the Irish High Commission.
This is where the visa expertise of the Riabisel Education team can make all the difference – often turning those painful refusal letters into joyous student visas!
So how long does it take to obtain your visa? Each case is different but the new systems now being operated by the Australian High Commission tend to rely very heavily on meticulous paperwork rather than interviews. Putting such documentation together can take up to 2 or 3 months – but the good news is that the Riabisel Education Visa Officers have been rigorously trained in helping you to prepare and submit such documentation.
Our visa specialists will help you to complete the visa application forms, advise you as to the bank statements you must normally provide and counsel you as to the sponsorship letters and other documentation that are vital if your application is to be successful. Where necessary we will provide you with a vigorous mock interview in preparation for what you should expect at the High Commission.
If for some reason you get a visa refusal after applying through Riabisel Education, unlike other education agencies, Riabisel Education does not close its doors to you. As long as we feel that you are genuine and still have a fighting chance, we will help you turn around the rejection.
We have a very high success rate amongst student visa applications as long as you follow our advice throughout.
Our statistics show that you are twice more likely to get a visa through Riabisel Education help than on your own and our advice to students is that no matter how confident you feel, check things through us.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO GO THROUGH THIS CRUCIAL STEP ON YOUR OWN! CONTACT US FIRST, IT MAY MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
Living Costs in Ireland
Before deciding to study Ireland, you should ensure that you have sufficient funds to cover your costs of living. For students who require a visa, being able to demonstrate this will form part of your application. While you may be able to undertake part-time work during your time here, you should not have to rely on this income to meet all your expenses.
Precisely how much you will need will vary depending on where you are studying in Ireland, on the type of accommodation you choose and, of course, on your own personal lifestyle. But, on average, we estimate that a student will spend between €7,000 and €10,000 per year.
As well as your course costs, there are other one-off costs (this means costs which you only have to pay once, not regularly) which you may have to pay if you are travelling to Ireland. Make a note of the ones which apply to you and estimate the total cost of these.
Student Accommodation in Ireland