Ireland has held its position in an international ranking of higher education systems

Ireland has 9 universities in the overall Times Higher Education World University Rankings. The highest-ranking university in Ireland is Trinity

Quick Guide

⊳ Ireland Student Visa

⊳ Ireland has two types student visa

⊳ How to apply

⊳ Documents Required for Visa application

⊳ Visa fee

⊳ Supporting documentation

Ireland Student Visa:

Ireland is the most popular destination for Indian students who want to study overseas because Ireland has a high-quality education system, top universities, and also low educational costs compared to other countries. If you’re planning to take study in Ireland more than 3 months then you need apply for Ireland student visa.

Ireland has two types student visa:

  • Ireland C study visa – students who are going study in Ireland for less than 3 months are need to apply for C Study visa.
  • Ireland D study visa – If you’re going to study in Ireland more than 3months, then you should apply for a D study visa.

How to apply:

  • Students can apply visa through online by visiting the AVATS online application Facility. You can apply for an Ireland study visa up to 3months before your date of travel to Ireland.
  • When you have completed the online application form, you must follow the instruction on the summary application form that is created by the online system. The summary form will contain information on where you are to submit your supporting documentation.
  • You need to take a printout of summary form, sing and date must be submitted with your supporting documentation.
  • And you may also require to provide your Biometrics Information as part of the application process.
  • Applications are processed in date order. Processing time can vary between countries.
  • However, you can generally expect a decision within 8weeks from the date on which your application is lodged at the visa office.

Documents Required for Visa application:

  • Your current valid passport and full copy of old passport.
  • A signed letter of application including your full contact details.
  • Letter of acceptance from the Ireland universities.
  • Evidence fees have been paid to the college.
  • Evidence accounting for any gaps in your educational history.
  • Proof of fund.
  • Payment receipt of visa fee.
  • IELTS score sheet.
  • SOP
  • Mcc & Pcc
  • An agreement stating that the candidate intends to their home country upon finishing their course in Ireland. All supporting documents must be original documents and in English, or accompanied by a notarized translation. The supporting documents that you submit are important because they provide information about your personal circumstances.

Visa fee:

  • Single entry €60
  • Multi entry €100
  • Transit €25

Supporting documentation:

The documents below are important because they provide information about your personal circumstances in the country from which you are applying.
The onus is on you to satisfy the Visa Officer that a visa should be granted for the purpose sought.
The submission of any or all of these documents does not guarantee that your application will be successful.
Original documents must be provided.

If you submit a document that is not in English/Irish, it must be accompanied by a full translation. Each translated document must contain:

  • Confirmation from the translator that it is an accurate translation of the original document.
  • The date of the translation.
  • The translator’s full name and signature; and
  • The translator’s contact details.

All letters submitted by a business, company or other organization should be on official headed paper and give full contact details so that they can be verified. These must include a full postal address, name of contact, position in the organization, telephone number (landline), website, and email address (email addresses such as Yahoo or Hotmail are not accepted).

The Visa Officer considers each application on its merits and may request additional information or documentation.

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