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Study in Ireland

Ireland is often referred to as the Emerald isle and famous for having no snakes. Irish folklore refers to Saint Patrick who famously rid the country of snakes and the world over celebrates St. Patricks’ day on March 17, every year.

The Education system is based much on the British system due to its history, however it has evolved its underpinning quality systems to be a strong contributor to the European Qualifications Framework, which provides mutual recognition with other countries throughout Europe thereby giving a high degree of portability. Higher Education in Ireland is provided mainly by 7 Universities, 14 Institutes of Technology, including the Dublin Institute of Technology and 7 Colleges of Education. In addition, a number of other third level institutions provide specialist education in such fields as art and design, medicine, business studies, rural development, theology, music and law.


We are concerned about your future, therefore we can provide you course options that will give you the best possible career for the future.

  • Register your details with us.
  • We will contact you for confidential education counselling appointment.
  • We would like to discuss your course and career plans. Make sure you bring along your academic documents for assessment and evaluation against admission requirements. We can then make applications to a range of shortlisted Universities or colleges.
  • Discuss funding, living expenses, cultural issues regarding your host country.
  • Arrange for Letters of Offer.
  • Apply for Visa.
  • Receive Visa.
  • Provide Pre-departure briefing to you and your family.

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