Study in Ireland Without IELTS

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Ireland Accepts students with 15yrs of your practice
Ireland has got the best education system in  Europe
Ireland offers quality education
One can learn 1-year masters in Ireland
When studying in Ireland, Worldwide students can function part-time 20 several hours each week.
One can learn and operate in Ireland with Excellent wages at 8-9 euro
Ireland includes a temperate climate
Ireland includes a moderate, lively & safe atmosphere

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Study in Ireland Without IELTS

  1. 1. Ireland
  2. 2.  Ireland Accepts students with 15yrs of your practice  Ireland has got the best education system in Europe  Ireland offers quality education  One can learn 1-year masters in Ireland  When studying in Ireland, Worldwide students can function part-time 20 several hours each week.  One can learn and operate in Ireland with Excellent wages at 8-9 euro  Ireland includes a temperate climate  Ireland includes a moderate, lively & safe atmosphere Why Study in Ireland
  3. 3. National Framework
  4. 4. English Requirement  50% in Bachelors Degree (Any stream)  IELTS 6.0  Lower than the above scores, student can opt for Pre-sessional English  Gap between 12th standard/Graduation till date should not be more than 2 year except in case of Masters where higher gap can be accepted based on experience.
  5. 5. Entry Requirements Overseas students wishing to study in Ireland have two options: a) Attend secondary school in Ireland and complete the Leaving Certificate Examination with Irish students. This route is chosen by a number of students who commonly take the examination in conjunction with English language tuition. b) Undertake recognized public examinations in their own countries. This is a more common route and it is essential that every applicant check that the educational qualifications she/he is presenting are adequate to satisfy entry requirements. To have a realistic prospect these results should be very good, e.g. for medicine 3 good 'A' Level passes (grades A/B) or the equivalent, in relevant subjects are required. The minimum requirement for most degree level programmes is 3 grade 'C's at A level or equivalent. If there is any doubt about the acceptability of an applicant's qualifications, clarification should be sought in good time from the particular third level institution.. c) Student can apply to the institutions directly or to the Central Applications Office for Undergraduate Programmes.
  6. 6. Documents Required Attested copies of the mark sheets of Std X, XII, etc. • 2 Academic Reference Letters from professors who have taught you most recently. • If you have work experience then at least one work reference letter from the employer who can comment on your professional skills and abilities. • Statement of Purpose. • Curriculum Vitae/ Resume. • Portfolio in case of students applying for Arts and Design courses. • Extra Curricular Activities certificates.
  7. 7. Intakes for study in Ireland The primary intake provided by all schools & colleges in Ireland is September & couple of colleges in Ireland offer Feb intake also.
  8. 8. Cost of Study in Ireland Courses Average costs Medical courses 29,000 - 42,000 euro Engineering 9,100 - 20,300 euro Science &Technology 9,100 - 20,300 euro Business Related 9,100 - 16,500 euro Art & Humanities 9,100 - 15,500 euro Masters level cost application 9,100 - 12,000 pounds
  9. 9. Other Expenses Furthermore accommodation, bills, book & other miscellaneous expenditure will come around 6,000-8,000 pounds.
  10. 10. Non-EU student If you are a non-EU student If you are not from a country in the EEA or Swiss, you are known as a non-EU student. You must obtain a study visa before you come to study in Ireland or the UK (which includes Northern Ireland). While you are at college in Ireland you are entitled to work up to 20 hours per week in term time, and 40 hours per week in holiday times. If you are at a UK university (this includes Northern Ireland) you can work up to ten hours per week in term time or full time during holidays.
  11. 11. Can I work while I am studying in Ireland? It is permissible for Degree Programme students to engage in casual employment where they are • Registered with Stamp 2 permission, • Enrolled on a course listed on the Internationalisation Register, • Attending a full time course of education at or above NFQ Level 7, • Undertaking a full time course for a minimum of 25 weeks per annum, • On a course of at least one year’s duration, • Pursuing a course leading to a qualifications recognised by the Minister for Education and Skills. Casual employment is defined as up to a maximum of 20 hours part-time work per week during the academic semester, or full time work (up to 40 hours per week) during normal college holiday periods.
  12. 12. Industry/Employment Ireland is a highly developed democracy with a modern economy. The Irish economy is particularly strong in the areas of software development, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and international services. Dublin, Ireland is Google's European Headquarters and its largest operation outside the US, with employees from over 40 nationalities. Ireland has an export based economy. Main industries in Ireland are Software, Mining, Construction, Telecom, Tourism and hospitality. Ireland has also established itself in areas of life sciences including Biotech & pharmaceuticals Industries. It has 32 Manufacturing plants – approved by USA Food & Drug Administration producing 6 of 10 world's best selling drugs.
  13. 13. Stay and work You may be able to stay and work in Ireland after you graduate, but there are some restrictions. If you are a non EU graduate, you can apply for an extension to your study visa for up to six months (up to 12 months in the UK) after you get your exam results, so you can get work experience. In the Republic of Ireland you must apply to the Garda National Immigration Bureau for this. After this, you will only be able to get employment in specific areas where there are skills shortages. These include information technology, healthcare and financial services. To stay in Ireland long term, you will need to get a ‘Green Card’. These are issued on two conditions: if the job pays over €60,000 a year if the job is in a restricted list of occupations, pays over €30,000 a year and is for at least two years. Another way of obtaining employment is through the work permit system, but these are difficult to obtain. The equivalent to a 'Green Card' in the UK is the Tier 1 (Post-study work) category, which allows international graduates to stay to look for work.
  14. 14. Eden School of English Eden School of English is now home to students from over 20 countries COURSES Eden School of English provides a wide range of English language courses from General English, Business English to preparation courses for exams such as Cambridge, TOEFL and IELTS. DUBLIN Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, has a population of over one million. It is a thriving, energetic and cosmopolitan city which has something to offer for everyone. English Courses General English Non EU General English One-to-one Business English Exam Preparation Junior Summer Groups Fees: Euro 3620
  15. 15. Infinity English College At Infinity English College understand that every student is different and aim to ensure that your experience will be a positive long-lasting one. Established English College recognized by The National Qualifications Authority of Ireland for English Language training. We are also part of Infinity Business College so you can be assured of the standard of tuition you will receive. Located on Dawson Street in Dublin we are truly in the heart of the city centre. We are surrounded by the shopping district, historical attractions, cafes, restaurants, bars and within a 2 minute walk of public transportation. You can also see the beautiful and historic Mansion House from our windows. All of our teachers are experienced, university graduates with training qualifications who are dedicated to your learning. Come and study with us and have the experience of a lifetime! Course: General English Course Intensive English Course English for Professionals Business English Course Exam Preparation Intensive Exam Preparation Fee: Euro‚¬3,750
  16. 16. Dundalk Institute Of Technology  Overview  Location & Facilities  List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College  Scholarships
  17. 17. Overview Dundalk Institute of Technology was established in 1970 by Denis Cummins, President. It's mission is to provide the community with quality third level education and services, relevant to the economic social and cultural development of the region in the national and international context. It aims to promote personal responsibility among all its students and enhance the professionalism of all its members in a supportive, inclusive and productive environment.
  18. 18. Location & Facilities Dundalk is a vibrant town situated half-way between Dublin and Belfast. It is also the administrative capital of Co. Louth, with the headquarters of the County Council, Motor Taxation and other services. Dundalk Institute of Technology is a 90 acre campus situated between Dublin and Belfast (each approximately 50 miles away). The campus is 1/2 mile from the main Dublin Belfast road and 3 minutes drive from the M1 motorway to Dublin. Dublin Airport is a 35 minute drive by car. Dundalk is served by the Dublin Belfast Train corridor and Dundalk's Clarke Station is approximately a 20 minute walk from the campus. The purpose-built student apartments, for approx 550 students are a short walk from the main campus. There is also a large supply of newly built apartments and houses, suitable for renting, beside the campus. Students can also choose to avail of "digs" with families. DKIT offers various student services like counselling by experts , career and placement opportunities, Disability and Student Qualitry services, Health services, sports and creative activities & many more.
  19. 19. List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College  School of Engineering Deaprtment of Business Studies Department of Management & Fianncial Studies Department of Humanities Section of Hospitality Studies  School of Business and Humanities Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Department of Construction & Surveying  School of Informatics, Music & Creative Media and Department of Computing & Mathematics Department of Music & Creative Arts  School of Nursing, Midwifery, Health Studies & Applied Sciences. Department of Nursing, Midwifery, and Health Studie Department of Applied Science Midwifery Section
  20. 20. PowerPoint styles Courses Eligibility Fees Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Marketing IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Accounting and Finance IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Public Relations IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Business Studies IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Business in Management and Administration IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Business in Business and Information Systems IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Business in International Business (add-on) IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Humanities IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Business in Hospitality Management IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Science in Software Development IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Science in Computing in Applications and Support IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Science in Computing in Networking and Support IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Computing in Commercial Computing IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Arts in Communications in Creative Multimedia IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Electronic Systems IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Sustainable Design (add-on) IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Bachelor of Science (Honours) in General Nursing IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro
  21. 21. Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Science IELTS 6.0 9950 Euro Master of Business Studies in Entrepreneurship IELTS 6.0 10100 Euro Master of Arts in Accounting IELTS 6.0 10100 Euro Master of Science in Computing IELTS 6.0 10100 Euro Master of Business Studies in Software Entrepreneurship IELTS 6.0 10100 Euro Master of Science/Doctorate in Software Development IELTS 6.0 10100 Euro Diploma in Business in Business & Marketing (level 8) IELTS 6.0 10100 Euro Higher Diploma in Computing (Level 8) IELTS 6.0 10100 Euro
  22. 22. Scholarships European Social Fund grant is available to registered students attending approved Higher Certificate Level 6 or Ordinary Degree Level 7 programmes and who fulfill the eligibility requirements, including a means test. E.S.F. Grants are awarded by the Vocational Education Committee (VEC) and are paid by the Institute. VEC Scholarships and Higher Education Grants are available to students attending Honours Degree level 8 programmes. They are subject to the same means test as the E.S.F. grants. Scholarships/Higher Education Grants are paid by the VECs/Local Authorities by cheque in three equal installments – before Christmas, after Christmas and after Easter. The Institute must certify that the student’s attendance and progress is satisfactory. Cheques received by the Institute are normally routed to the student via the Administrative Office in their School.
  23. 23. Griffth College Dublin  Overview  Location & Facilities  List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College  Scholarships
  24. 24. Overview Griffith College is Ireland’s largest independent third level institution. Situated on a seven-acre campus within a mile of St. Stephen’s Green on Dublin’s South Circular Road, it enjoys a strong national and a growing international reputation for student success. The College has gained an enviable reputation for providing students with first class lectures and excellent study material. Today there are over 8,000 students studying in the College, which is a designated educational institute of the Higher Education and Training Awards Council. The College offers both academic and professional programmes, full and part-time, short-term and long-term and from classroom to distance based. All our programmes enjoy external recognition and approval and are taught by highly respected lecturers to give students an inspiring and rewarding education.
  25. 25. Location & Facilities The College is situated just 1km from the city centre on Dublin‘s south side.
  26. 26. List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College Griffith College Dublin offers courses in the following disciplines: Law Business Journalism and Media Computing Science Design Griffith College offers a range of Professional Courses: Professional Courses Griffith College offers a range of Short Courses: Short Term Evening Programs
  27. 27. Courses Eligibility Fees Higher Certificate in Computing IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 Higher Certificate in Business Studies IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 BA in Interior Design IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 Diploma in Interior Design IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 Certificate in Photography IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 Diploma in Media Techniques: Television & Video IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 BA (Hons) in Business Studies IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 BA (Hons) in Accounting & Finance IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 BA (Hons) in International Hospitality Management IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000
  28. 28. Overview BA (Hons) in Fashion Design IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 BA (Hons) in Interior Architecture IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 BA in Fashion Design IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 BA in Photographic Media IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 *With not less than 5.5 in any one component of IELTS Exam BA (Hons) in Journalism in Visual Media IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 BA in Journalism IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 LLB (Hons) in Irish Law IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 BA (Hons) in Business & Law IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 BA (Hons) in Legal Studies with Business IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000
  29. 29. Diploma in Professional Legal Studies IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma in International Business Management IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 MSc in International Business Management IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 MBA in International Business Management IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 Higher Diploma in Computing IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 MSc in Computing IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 MSc in Applied Digital Media IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 LLM in International Law IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 PG Dip/ MA in Journalism and Media Communications IELTS 6.0/TOEFL (79-80) Euro 8000 to 12000 *With not less than 6.0 in any one component of IELTS Exam
  30. 30. Scholarships Established in 2002, the Griffith College Scholarship Scheme is designed for students who have the talent and ability to enter onto a programme of study at the College but are unable to do so due to economic or social circumstance. There are five scolarships to be awarded each year. The scheme is open to all students applying for our full-time undergraduate programmes and who are presently attending an approved second level institution.
  31. 31. Galway Business School, Ireland  Overview  Location & Facilities  List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College  Scholarships
  32. 32. Overview The School is one of the leading independent third-level colleges in Ireland. It is known for courses that offer career-focused programmes, that enable students to build qualifications through modular system at their own pace, that provide high levels of student support in compact classes and many offering double certification. They all follow strict Academic QA Policies & Procedures.
  33. 33. Location & Facilities Galway is the sixth most popular city in Ireland and is located in the West Region, on the River Corrib.Galway experiences a year-round mild, humid, temperate and changeable climate. Extreme winters are rare and snow is only experienced during particularly cold winters.Galway is known as Ireland's Cultural Heart and is renowned for its vibrant lifestyle and many sporting, music, arts and other events e.g.Galway Arts Festival in July. GBS offers high quality residential and host family accommodation to our students. The following are available options:  Residential apartments [all year round]  Home stay/Host family [standard or executive]  Bed and Breakfasts
  34. 34. List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College Courses are offered under the following banners:-  Business and management  Marketing
  35. 35. Full-Time Programs Postgraduate Diploma in Management  Top Up Bachelors Honours Degree in Business Management (1 year)  Bachelors Honours Degree in Business Management (3 years)  Advanced Diploma in Business  Advanced Diploma in Accounting & Finance  Diploma in Business  Diploma in Accounting & Finance Diploma in Sales Management & Marketing  Diploma in Marketing, Advertising & PR  Certificate in Sales Management & Marketing  Fees: 3,800 Euro per year
  36. 36. Scholarships Presently the only scholarships available are for Part Time courses only.
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