The higher education system in Ireland is designed in such a way that it holds universities, institutes and specialised colleges that are highly effective in offering wide selection of vocational courses. Almost all the fields are covered and it mainly involves hospitality, marketing, pharmacy, health care, textile, media etc. Highly recognized qualifications are provided by the Ireland’s world famous universities. The academic system of Ireland is purely constructed on the basis of quality and the prestige and main highlight of the excellent academic system is the high commitment towards quality.
The documents required for the students visa from India to Ireland has been listed below:
- The proof of English language proficiency such as IELTS, TOEFL etc.
- As per the requirements of the programs, the certificates from the authorised tests such as GMAT, GRE etc is required
- The copies of documents such as X, XII and Degree (if applicable)and the mark sheet including the re-sits must be submitted in the attested form
- References from two employers (if applicable)
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae
- The statement of Purpose)
- Draft of the application fees
- Passport sized photographs
- The certificates of extracurricular activities and achievements
- Portfolio for the course related to designing, architecture and art
To identify the admission process in Ireland and as well to obtain the advice and finest quality guidance about the opportunities in Irish, the student must perform registration with Access Academix. Followed by the registration process, the students will be guided carefully through numerous stages, and this will aid them to identify and chose the institutions of their interest in obtaining the admission. This is the procedure, we, at Access Academix follows for carrying out admission process to Ireland.
Registration: By registering with Access Academix, you will be provided with top quality advice and guidance
Profiling: We will be scrutinizing your certificates of qualifications, the financial background, ambitions, interests, career goals and work experience
Standardized tests: We will be assessing the standardized tests you are required to attend or will review the results that are already obtained
Selection of University and Courses: We shortlist the universities and courses together that matches with your profile
Document editing: The essays, resume, statement of purpose and the letter of recommendation prepared by you will be edited by us
Review of Application and Submission: We will assess your completed application, before submitting to your final choice of universities.
Preparation for the Interview: Enhanced support will be offered to you to prepare for the interviews (including mock interviews) that you might have with the university .
Visa Counseling: We will offer you guidance and support to prepare for the interview that you may have with the high commissions and embassies, and in addition to this, we will be assessing and reviewing the documents that are required to submit visa application.
Information about Pre-departure: TTo make sure that you are prepared for the life at overseas university, we will be providing you with the information about the country of your choice.
Ireland provides the students of every national from the EEA (European Economic Area) the provision to take up while studying part-time or full-time employment. The students possessing a GNIB card and studying a full time course are permitted to carry out casual employment but on the government’s list of visa eligible courses, the studying course must be included and this is mainly for the students from outside EEA. In case of casual employment, per week up to 20 hours part-time work can be done and it is permitted to work 40 hours per week (ie work full-time) excluding for two standardised periods. It is mainly for the winter college holidays and traditional summer ie from 1st May to 31st August and 15th December to 15th January. Apart from the actual college teaching calendar for their course, these dates are applicable for all non-EEA students. And holiday letters certifying that full time work was performed by the student on these dates will no longer be issued by the colleges. On the expiry of immigration permission of the student the right to work automatically lapses but for the third level graduates it can be extended up to 12 months.
The students are required to check the website of Enterprise and Innovation and Department of Jobs since the information furnished below are subjected to change. For individual queries, students are needed to contact the departments. Non-EEA graduates who are legally resident may apply for the below mentioned schemes:
- Accountancy Scheme
- Employment Scheme for Researchers
- Work permit scheme
- Green Card scheme
- Third Level Graduate Scheme