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Last updated: 9/22/2020

Study in Ireland: Application Process

The process of applying to Irish universities depends on whether or not you’re a citizen of Ireland, the EU, the EEA, Switzerland or the UK. It also depends on the level of study for which you are applying.

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Last updated: 9/25/2020

Study in Ireland: Language & Culture

Ireland has two official languages: English and Irish. English is, however, far more dominant. Outside of rural areas, very few people speak Irish as their first language. This is why almost all higher education courses are delivered entirely in English. Irish culture is also a prominent part of everyday life, giving you a tangible connection with the country.

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Last updated: 9/22/2020

Study in Ireland: Tuition Fees & Scholarships

How much you pay for tuition in Ireland depends on your passport. If you are from the EU, the EEA, Switzerland or the UK, then you will pay fees set at the same rate as Irish citizens. These fees are set at approximately €3000 ($3530) by the Irish government. If it’s your first degree, and as long as you aren’t repeating a year or a semester, then your fees will be paid by the HEA.

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Last updated: 9/25/2020

Study in Ireland: Housing & Living Costs

Even in Dublin, the cost of living is manageable, especially for a Western European capital. One of the reasons why so many students in search of adventure choose Ireland is because it’s so manageable. You do need to budget carefully, but it’s rare that people struggle to make ends meet.

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Last updated: 9/22/2020

Study in Ireland: Student Visas & Permits

Ireland is an EU member state, but it’s not within the border control-free Schengen Zone. This doesn’t affect nationals of the EU, the EEA, Switzerland or the UK, who can freely move there, but it does affect those from outside these countries. A Schengen visa isn’t valid in Ireland. You’ll need an Irish study visa.

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Last updated: 9/22/2020

Study in Ireland: Education in Ireland

Ireland inherited its higher education system from the UK when it gained independence in 1922. In the decades since, Ireland has made only minor changes to the system. Today, there are seven universities in Ireland. Bachelor’s degrees normally take three or four years to complete. Postgraduate degrees normally take one year and doctoral studies normally take between three and five years.

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Last updated: 9/16/2020

Study in Georgia: Application Process

Interested in studying abroad in Georgia? We’re here to break what can seem like a huge, even overwhelming process down into manageable steps. Georgia doesn’t have a national application portal. Applications are handled by individual schools. So start by having a look at the application processes of any schools that have caught your interest.

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Last updated: 9/16/2020

Study in Georgia: Language & Culture

The official language of Georgia is Georgian. It is written using Mkhedruli script. It is the most widely spoken Kartvelian language. The Kartvelian language family is unrelated to any other. As such, Georgian is a language that is richly steeped in history and cultural significance. Most Georgians also speak Russian.

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Last updated: 9/16/2020

Study in Georgia: Tuition Fees & Scholarships

Tuition fees in Georgia vary depending on what you’re studying and at which school. Tuition fees are generally charged per academic year, ranging from US$2500-US$6000. You’ll need to pay your fees in Georgian Lari.

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Last updated: 9/16/2020

Study in Georgia: Housing & Living Costs

Georgia has a cost of living that is extremely affordable to many international students. Be they from Europe, the US, China or elsewhere, most students agree that Georgia is a great country when it comes to your pocket.

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