Partner Institutions in Ireland

Redge International has partnered with more than 100 universities in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Australia, the United States and Canada to provide international education. We will advise you on your study program and college choices, considering your budget, general career aspirations and preferences. In addition, we have simplified the procedure to make it easier for you to realize your dream of studying abroad.

  • American College Dublin
  • BIMM University Dublin
  • Griffith College Cork
  • Griffith College Dublin City Centre
  • Griffith College Dublin
  • CCT College Dublin
  • Dublin City university
  • Dublin Business School
  • Griffith College Limerick
  • Royal College of Surgeons Ireland
  • South East Technological University
  • TU Dublin
  • National College of Ireland

Five reasons why should you study in Ireland?

Ireland has very generous work stay back options for international students, which allows you to gain worthwhile international work experience after your undergraduate or postgraduate degrees. The Third Level Graduate Scheme allows international students to stay back in Ireland after completing their degree to work or seek employment. Ireland’s “stay-back visa” for international students refers to the Third Level Graduate Programme.

This programme allows legally resident non-EEA students who hold a level 8 or level 9 award from a recognized Irish awarding body to stay in Ireland after their studies for a period and work full time without further authorization. So, once you graduate from an accredited Irish university, you can stay for a period of: Bachelor’s degree (level 7): 6 months; Honors degree (level 8): 12 months; Master’s degree and PhD (level 9 or 10): 24 months.

Ireland is the European hub to more than 1,000 leading multinational companies! Companies who require a skilled, educated and highly capable workforce to drive their success chose to locate in Ireland. This is an advantage to you a student in Ireland. Over 1,000 FDI giants in ICT, social media, Pharmaceuticals and Finance have made Ireland the major hub of their European operations, with names such as Google, HP, Apple, IBM, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pfizer, GSK, and Genzyme. The Bloomberg Innovation Index 2020 has ranked Ireland as the 16th most innovative country in the world.

Before deciding to study abroad in Ireland, there are some important things you need to know. Ireland is a very safe, friendly and welcoming country. On the Global Peace Index Ireland is ranked 12th in the world, and 22nd in the World Happiness Index. Young Irish people have the fourth highest standard of education in the world, according to the OECD 2019 Education report. If you decide to study abroad in Dublin, the capital of Ireland, you will feel at home! The city of Dublin topped the list of the most friendly cities in Condé Nast Europe in 2020 and is sure to welcome you

warmly! The cosmopolitan city center is fully equipped with all the facilities of the European capital and can be easily explored on foot, by bicycle or by public transport. Dublin is the gateway to exploring Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way and the ancient eastern part of Ireland. Here you will find beaches, cliffs, mountains, ancient ruins, hiking trails, world-famous cuisine and hospitality that attract surfers from around the world. It is also the gateway to mainland Europe with affordable regular flights.

Ireland education standards are very high and Ireland is globally recognized by employers and industry for its skilled and highly qualified young people. In fact, according to the 2019 OECD Education Report, Irish youth have the fourth highest level of education in the world. When you study in Ireland, you benefit from excellent educational standards. Many Irish universities are internationally recognized and have many strong programs in various fields. There is something for almost every student.

Ireland when Compared to other higher education programs such as the UK, Ireland has significantly lower costs in terms of education and living expenses. In terms of tuition fees and cost of living, Ireland is significantly cheaper compared to other higher education systems such as the UK.

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