Capital : Dublin
Largest City : Dublin
Government : Parliamentary system, Constitutional 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 Ireland is one of the beautiful, Fantastic scenery with abundance of greenery and Crime Free Country in the world and promises a great future for the international students. The capital of Ireland is Dublin. The national Bird and Animal is “LAPWING” and the National game is “GAELIC FOOTBALL & HURLING”. The Major Cities of Ireland are Dublin, Limerick, Cork, Galway, Dundalk, Swords, Navan, Ennis, Kilkenny, Tralee, Carlow, Mullingar, Wexford, Sligo, Clonwel, Castlegar, Longford etc.
The country is proud to boast of a prosperous indigenous culture, busy cosmopolitan cities, traditional towns and friendly people. And all of this makes Ireland a place well worth visiting and settling in.
The Country is supported by the wonderful infrastructure and transportation system moving around in country is efficient and hassle free and two scenic rail journeys. The rail network is inter connected in such a way that it forms an efficient network to move throughout the country.
COLLEGES/ INSTITUTIONS IN IRELAND
College of Computer Training
Dublin Business School
Grafton College of Management Science
IBAT College , Dublin
ICD Business School
International School of Business
The American College, Dublin
Dundalk Institute of Technology
Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown
Waterford Institute of Technology
Limerick Institute of Technology
The tuition fees varies from EURO 6,000 to EURO 10,000 P.A 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)
PCC for Ireland.
Financial Documents / Education Loan. The fund should be 6 months old. The living Expenses should be EURO 7000 p.a.
Income Tax Returns for all sponsors (3 Years) & Pan Card
Work Experience Letter (Photocopy)
Telephone Numbers of Banks, where funds are held.
25/- for Self
25/- for Parents
20/- for each additional Sponsor
Residential Address for all sponsors alongwith Telephone no’s. and there Employer name
Relationship with Visa Applicant
The Address of Irish Embassy are as under :-
Embassy of Ireland
C17 Malcha Marg
New Delhi 110021
If you are attending a foundation/preparatory course prior to enrolment on a full time course, you are not entitled to work until you have commenced your full time course.
At present, students attending a full time course of at least one year’s duration leading to a qualification recognised by the Minister for Education and Science are entitled to take up casual employment (defined as up to 20 hours part time work per week or full time work during normal college vacation periods). The course of study must be listed on the internationalisation register of recognised courses maintained on behalf of the Department of Education. Access to employment is denied to all other students.
A person who qualifies will be granted one non-renewable extension to their current student permission for a maximum twelve month period starting on the day upon which they received their exam results. This scheme allows the person to work for up to 40 hours a week under student visa arrangements (Stamp 2) and/or to seek employment and apply for further permission to remain in the state under green card or work permit arrangements.
Disclaimer : We have provided the details according to the best of our knowledge and prevailing norms of the country, which are subject to changes from time to time. For detailed information, do contact www.irelandinindia.com
Irish Government homepage.
Basis (Business Access to State Information and Services)
Companies Registration Office
Enterprise Ireland is the government agency responsible for the development of Irish industry
Industrial Development Agency (IDA)
Irish Government agency with responsibility for securing new investment from overseas in manufacturing and internationally traded services sectors.
Chambers of Commerce of Ireland
Irish Exporters Association
Ireland-Israel Business Association
The Ireland Israel Economic and Business Association was established in 1988 prior to the existence of an official Israeli Commercial representative. The IIEBA provided export-marketing services for Israeli companies in Ireland. Since the establishment of a resident Embassy in Ireland in 1994 the Commercial Section carries out this work and the IIEBA (which changed its name in 1994 to the Ireland-Israel Business Association) tries to promote Ireland-Israel trade links through networking arrangements.
Ireland's official tourism information resource
Searchable Classified business index
Irish News and information.