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Why choose Ireland?

  • Which English language tests are accepted by Irish institutions?
    The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and PTE is the most preferred English language proficiency test accepted by almost all institutions in New Zealand.
  • How many intakes are there for Ireland?
    The universities in New Zealand accept international students in 2 intakes of February and July.
  • Are qualifications from New Zealand recognised worldwide?
    Yes, degrees from New Zealand institutions are accepted worldwide and held in high regard for their quality of education.
  • Which courses are in demand in New Zealand?
    Courses in demand in New Zealand are Nursing, Medicine, Computer Programming, Data Analysis, IT, Civil Engineering, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare and Hotel Management.
  • When shall I apply for fall intake in Ireland?
    Students can apply for admission in the fall semester from November of previous year till end of March of the ongoing year. International students are recommended to apply at the earliest to be considered on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  • Do the institutions there accept the 10+2+3( 15 years) education system of India?
    Yes, the 10+2+3 system is accepted by New Zealand universities for masters programs.
  • Which universities in the UK have high employability?
    According to employability rank of Times Higher Education, the top universities in the UK are University of Cambridge (#1), University of Oxford (#2), Imperial College London (#3), London School of Economics and Political Science (#4), London Business School (#5).
  • Which courses are in demand in the UK?
    Medicine and dentistry, Veterinary Sciences, Allied Medicine, Education and Architecture.
  • How many intakes are there for the UK?
    There are two significant intakes - The September/October intake (fall) and the January/February intake (winter). Apart from these two, some universities offer the May intake with openings for very few courses.
  • Is the UK affordable to study?
    Studying in most countries can be expensive. That being said, Postgraduate Master's Programs in the UK may cost anywhere between GBP 10,000 to GBP 25,000 based on your course. However, with the right scholarships, and with financial support such as waivers and student loans, you can make your study abroad dreams come true in a budget!
  • Which PG diploma program is in demand in the UK?
    Some of the popular PG diploma courses in the UK are Public Health and Promotion, International Taxation, Legal Technology, Social Work, Nursing, Data Science and Tourism and Hospitality.
  • What are the top 5 colleges in the UK?
    According to QS World University Rankings, some of the top universities in the UK are University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, UCL (University College of London), Imperial College London, University of Edinburgh.
  • When shall I apply for fall intake in the UK?
    The application timeline for this intake generally opens by February and goes on until May. International students are recommended to apply at the earliest to be considered on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  • What is the average acceptance rate of universities in the UK?
    University acceptance rates in the UK range from 44% to 8%. The University of St Andrews has the lowest acceptance rate of just 8%. On average, only 11-12 out of every 100 students are accepted to Cambridge.
  • When shall I apply for fall intake in the US?
    Prospective students are advised to start applying for Fall intake universities in the US from November. Majority of the universities have their Early decision application deadlines in November and Regular Decision application deadlines in January.
  • Which courses are in demand in the US?
    Business Studies, Accounting and Finance, Law, Economics, Design, Computer Science, Data Science and Business Analytics and engineering are some of the most in-demand courses in the US.
  • What is the average acceptance rate of universities in the US?
    The average college acceptance rate in the US is 68%. Although the toughest colleges to get into have less than a 10% acceptance rate, over half of U.S. universities have an admissions rate of 67% or higher.
  • Which universities in the US have high employability?
    According to employability rank of Times Higher Education, the top universities in the US are Massachusetts Institute of Technology (#1), California Institute of Technology (#2), Harvard University (#3), Stanford University (#4), Princeton University (#5).
  • What are the top 5 colleges in the US?
    According to QS World University Rankings, some of the top universities in the US are Harvard University, Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), University of California, Berkeley (UCB), University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
  • How many intakes are there for the US?
    The three intakes available in the US are: Fall: Starts in August/September. Spring: Starts in January; Summer: Available for limited programs and colleges, the Summer intake usually starts around May.
  • Which PG diploma program is in demand in Canada?
    Some of the popular PG diploma courses in Canada are Artificial intelligence, Network Security, Information and Communication Technology, Business Administration, Marketing, Health Administration, Nursing Practices, Paralegal, Biotechnology and Financial Management.
  • Which universities in Canada have high employability?
    According to employability rank of Times Higher Education, the top universities in Canada are University of Toronto (#1), University of British Columbia (#2), McGill University (#3), University of Montreal (#6), McMaster University (#5).
  • What are the top 5 colleges in Canada?
    According to QS World University Rankings, some of the top universities in Canada are University of Toronto, McGill University, University of British Columbia, Université de Montréal and University of Alberta.
  • Is Canada affordable to study?
    Studying in Canada is more affordable as compared to studying in USA or UK. The average yearly cost of studying in the universities in Canada is around 7 to 20 lakh INR.
  • When shall I apply for fall intake in Canada?
    Students can apply for admission in the fall semester from November of previous year till end of March of the ongoing year. International students are recommended to apply at the earliest to be considered on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  • Which courses are in demand in Canada?
    Business, Science and Technology being the in demand disciplines, some of the in demand programs in Canada are Project Management, Computer Programming and Analysis, IT, Logistics and Supply Chain Management and International Business Management.
  • How many intakes are there for Canada?
    The universities in Canada accept international students in 3 intakes of fall, winter and summer. Fall is the most popular intake with admissions opening for maximum number of programs while summer is the least populated intake.
  • What is the average acceptance rate of universities in Canada?
    Canada is a welcoming country with a moderately selective admission policy. The acceptance rate of the top universities in Canada ranges around 40-60%.
  • Are qualifications from Ireland recognised worldwide?
    Yes, degrees from Ireland institutions are accepted worldwide and known for their quality of education.
  • How many intakes are there for Ireland?
    The universities in Ireland accept international students in 3 intakes of fall, winter and summer. Fall is the most popular intake with admissions opening for maximum number of programs while summer is the least populated intake.
  • Which English language tests are accepted by Irish institutions?
    The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the most preferred English language proficiency test accepted by almost all institutions in Ireland.
  • Do Irish institutions accept the 10+2+3 (15 years) education system of India?
    Yes, the 10+2+3 system is accepted by Irish universities for masters programs.
  • When shall I apply for fall intake in Ireland?
    Students can apply for admission in the fall semester from November of previous year till end of March of the ongoing year. International students are recommended to apply at the earliest to be considered on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  • What is the cost of living?
    Living expenses will differ depending upon the location of the institution, the type of accommodation preferred and on the personal expenditure of the student. On average, we estimate that a student will spend between €10,000 and €16,000 per year depending on location and lifestyle.
  • Which courses are in demand in Ireland?
    Business, Science and Technology being the in demand disciplines, some of the in demand programs in Ireland are Digital Marketing, Computer Programming, Data Analysis, IT, Civil Engineering, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare management.
  • Which universities in Australia have high employability?
    According to employability rank of Times Higher Education, the top universities in Australia are Australian National University(#1),University of Melbourne (#2),University of Sydney (#3), The University of Queensland (#4) and Monash University (#5).
  • Which courses are in demand in Australia?
    Nursing, Computer Science Engineering, Cybersecurity, Automotive, Architecture, Bachelor's in accounting, Psychology, Social Work, Agricultural Sciences and Actuarial Sciencesare some of the most in-demand courses in Australia.
  • How many intakes are there for Australia?
    The three intakes available in Australia are February, July and November, Semester 1, 2 and 3 respectively.
  • What are the top 5 colleges in Australia?
    According to QS World University Rankings, some of the top universities in Australia are Australian National University, The University of Melbourne, The University of Sydney, The University of New South Wales and The University of Queensland.
  • How do I get started?
    To begin your study abroad process with EazyGrad, book a free, virtual meeting with our top-rated student counsellors. Our counsellors will lay out the most ideal options for you based on the country and course of your choice.
  • What is EazyGrad?
    Born in May 2021, EazyGrad is a full-stack suite for study abroad aspirants, facilitating all related services under a single platform. We guide the applicant from scratch, with everything from course selection, admission assistance, to financial assistance and sorting visa paperwork. After the first leg of admission assistance, we assist the applicants mid-way with ancillary services like visas, transport, and country & city information for the student's smooth transition into the next phase of their life! Our cohorts of students have moved on to study in top colleges across Canada, The United Kingdom, The United States, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and various parts of Europe.
  • What documentation should be submitted with my application for approval?
    All the documentation required during the time of application approval include Valid passport A Statement of Purpose (SOP) CV or Resume Academic references or Letter(s) of Recommendation Certificate of Secondary Education English-language proficiency proof, usually a TOEFL or IELTS certificate. Any other English Test Exam can also do, depending on the college. Test results, i.e. GMAT or GRE for graduate programs. FAQ
  • Can I get a first free consultation call with EazyGrad?
    Yes! Studying abroad is a big decision with requires mutual commitment. Your first call is 100% free so you can make an informed decision on how you want to proceed with your study abroad journey!
  • How do I book a counselling session?
    It’s Eazy! Just click here to share your details with us to schedule a counselling session.
  • Do I need to appear for IELTS / TOEFL?
    Several schools in the UK issue TOEFL/IELTS waivers if certain prerequisites are met, if your undergraduate degree was taught in English and/or if you score well in your GMAT/GRE – however, there are some that still require it. In Canada & USA, English proficiency test scores are not waived off however the requirements are nominal. Please check the website of each of the colleges/universities you are applying to for more details.
  • What documentation should be submitted with my application for approval?
    All the documentation required during the time of application approval include: Valid passport A Statement of Purpose (SOP) CV or Resume Academic references or Letter(s) of Recommendation Certificate of Secondary Education English-language proficiency proof, usually a TOEFL or IELTS certificate. Any other English Test Exam can also do, depending on the college. Test results, i.e. GMAT or GRE for graduate program.
  • How do I book a counselling session?
    It’s Eazy! Just click here to share your details with us to schedule a counselling session.
  • How do I get started?
    To begin your study abroad process with EazyGrad, book a free, virtual meeting with our top-rated student counsellors. Our counsellors will lay out the most ideal options for you based on the country and course of your choice.
  • Do I need to appear for IELTS / TOEFL?
    Several schools in the UK issue TOEFL/IELTS waivers if certain prerequisites are met, if your undergraduate degree was taught in English and/or if you score well in your GMAT/GRE – however, there are some that still require it. In Canada & USA, English proficiency test scores are not waived off however the requirements are nominal. Please check the website of each of the colleges/universities you are applying to for more details.

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PR EASE LEVEL

Easy

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CURRENCY

About the Country 

Data Science

Data Analytics

Business Analytics

Artificial Intelligence

Public Health

Digital Marketing

Civil Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Pharmaceutical

Information Technology

Trending Courses

University College

Dublin

Griffith College

Dublin

Maynooth University

National University of Ireland, Galway

Smurfit Graduate Business School

Technological University

Dublin

Trinity College

Dublin

University College Cork

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A letter of unconditional acceptance is compulsory

Valid passport and travel documents as required by the country

Identity proof, authorised by the resident’s government

Transcripts, Standardised Exams like GMAT/ GRE/ GAMSAT

2 letters of recommendation, Resume, Portfolio, Statement of Purpose

List of Documents 

Shubham Goyal

Msc in Digital Marketing, NUI GALWAY

Team EazyGrad helped me narrow down the right country and college for me. Overall, they provided me with a holistic study abroad experience. I would urge aspirants to reach out to EazyGrad as their dedication towards clients is admirable!

IRISH GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

These are awards offered by the government to encourage students to study in Ireland.

NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

Offered by various different trusts, foundations, and organisations to students pursuing a specific course stream to encourage participation and development in the said field.

INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

Offered by universities in IrisH to students who are pursuing education with them.

SCHOLARSHIPS

PART TIME JOBS IN IRELAND

20 hours a week

Students are allowed to work part-time for 20 hours per week while studying and up to 40 hours during vacations.

WORK PERMIT AFTER STUDY IN IRELAND

2 years

Students have the option of applying for a 2-year post work permit after completing their course.

FAST-TRACK “SCIENTIFIC VISA”

3 years

Fast-Track visa options available for talented researchers in the field of science.

Part Time and Post Graduation Work Opportunities

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