- Capital : Dublin
- Largest City : Dublin
- Government : Parliamentary system, Constitutional republic,
- Unitary republic
- Dialing code : +353
- Currency : Euro
- Exchange Rate per Euro : Rs. 75.- 77/- (Approx.)
- Area : 84,421 km²
- Type of Country : Schengen Country
- Population : 4,658,825 (2011 census)
- Official languages: English, Irish
The top most cities of Ireland are Dublin, Limerick, Cork, Galway, Dundalk, Swords, Navan, Ennis, Kilkenny, Tralee, Carlow, Mullingar, Wexford, Sligo, Clonwel, Castlegar, Longford etc.
COLLEGES/ INSTITUTIONS IN IRELAND
- Carlow College
- Clanwilliam Institute
- College of Computer Training
- Dorset college
- Dublin Business School
- Garda College
- Grafton College of Management Science
- Griffith College
- Hibernia College
- IBAT College , Dublin
- ICD Business School
- International School of Business
- The American College, Dublin
- Portobello Institute
- Setanta College
- Milltown College
- Dundalk Institute of Technology
- Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown
- Waterford Institute of Technology
- Limerick Institute of Technology
- Carlyle Institute
The tuition fees in colleges and universities of Ireland vary from EURO 6,000 to EURO 10,000 per annum depending upon the Course/ Level of study.
- Embassy fees for Rs 4,456/- can be payable in cash at vfs counter.
- VFS Charges extra.
- 4 Passport size 35mm x 45mm Photographs with White background.
- Qualification Documents (Original & Photocopy) from Matriculation onwards, Senior Secondary, Graduation, IELTS Score.
- Passport (Original & Photocopy)
- Financial Documents / Education Loan of at least 6 months old.
- Income Tax Returns for all sponsors (3 Years) & Pan Card
- Copy of work Experience Letter
- Telephone Numbers of Banks, where funds are held.
- Residential Address for all sponsors along with Telephone no’s. and there Employer name
- Relationship with main Applicant
The Address of Irish Embassy are as under :-
Embassy of Ireland
C17 Malcha Marg
New Delhi 110021
STUDENT WORKING RIGHTS
If you are not yet enrolled in a full time course and are doing a pre full time course then you are n ot allowed to work for any hours.
However, if you are enrolled in a proper full time course that is registered in the internationalization register of recognized courses maintained on behalf of the Department of Education then you will be allowed to work as a part time worker for at least 20 hours per week during the course and full time during the vacation period.
For detailed information, do contact www.irelandinindia.com