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Comprehensive Guide to Studying and Working in Ireland Part4: Applying for Stamp 1G

Students can only apply for their graduate visa (1G) when they have successfully completed their studies and after the official publication of their final results in October or February or June depending on when you started studying Documents required for the 1G Visa Letter from International Office Exam transcripts Medical Insurance Summary of employment conditions …

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Comprehensive Guide to Studying and Working in Ireland Part3: Choosing The Right Course

If your plan is to come study in Ireland and stay on after graduate, it is very important that you choose the right course to study. Some of the Courses to avoid as an international student Degrees in Business, Marketing and Management both undergraduate and postgraduate (except MBA) Human Resources Management (both Undergraduate and Postgraduate) …

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Comprehensive Guide to Studying and Working in Ireland Part2- Living in Ireland

Living in Ireland Ireland is a popular choice for international students for its rich heritage, fantastic higher education institutes, reasonable tuition fees and a number of other elusive factors. Ireland is one of the most expensive countries to live in Europe, especially its capital city Dublin. Some schools will have college accommodation but usually not …

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Comprehensive Guide to Studying and Working in Ireland Part1- Studying

INTRODUCTION Choosing Ireland and the experience of an Irish University is not only magical but also the education that truly enriches your life. There is magnetic energy around studying in Ireland.  Irish Universities draws students from all over the world. There are currently over 32,000 international students studying in Ireland availing of the extensive range …

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List of Travel Insurance Providers For Non-European Students in Ireland

Students from non-EU countries are not covered for any free medical attention off-campus and must therefore have their own private insurance. Please note that heavy levies are charged for all hospitalisation and it is advised to make provision for adequate medical insurance. Non-EU students are required to show proof of comprehensive medical insurance when registering …

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