STUDY IN IRELAND
the land of castles, also a popular destination for students from all over the world- Ireland is a small independent nation situated on the West Coast of Europe. Ireland is a member of the European Union since 1973. It has developed from being a predominantly agricultural economy in the 1950s to a thorough modern nation with a well-developed manufacturing and international service sectors having their presence in Ireland.
Ireland is a country which is renowned for the hospitality and friendliness of its people. Having developed from being a predominantly agricultural economy Ireland is now a thoroughly modern nation with well-developed manufacturing and international services sectors and has the highest economic growth rate.
- The annual tuition fee varies from 8000 to 15,000 Euros (i.e. RS. 6 lakhs to Rs12 lakhs) depending on the program and institution. The approximate annual living expense of a Student is projected as 7000 Euros.
- An exact estimation about the cost of living of a student at Ireland may be difficult since no two people live in the same way. However for a nine-month academic year, in addition to course fees and other academic expenses an international student living in Ireland will need approximately € 7000.
- University College Dublin (UCD) and Trinity College Dublin (TCD) make annual estimates for students living outside their family home. Their estimates for the academic year 2013-2014 were € 9036 and € 10 500 respectively. These figures include rent, electricity, food, books and laundry and medicine as well as travel and social life expenses.
- These figures are near the minimum sum needed for a person to survive in Ireland. Costs can be higher or lower according to the way of life the person chooses to lead. Costs should be increased proportionately if you are calculating costs for a period of one full year.