Elite Overseas

Leading Overseas Education Consultant

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Elite Overseas

Education Consultant

Why study in Ireland?

Qualification recognition

Students are encouraged to use the National Framework of Qualifications to identify the qualification they will achieve before making decisions. Qualifications recognized through the NFQ are quality assured. This means that you can have confidence that your course, and the institution at which you are studying in Ireland, are reviewed on an ongoing basis. The Irish National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) is intended to put you, the international student, at the center of the education and training system in Ireland. The NFQ provides a structure (a framework) to understand, compare and contrast the level and standard of different qualifications. This helps you to make informed decisions about your qualification choices and to consider progression opportunities available to you.

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Education in Ireland

Ireland’s long and honorable tradition in educational excellence has been recognized the world over. Dating back to the Middle Ages, the Reason for studying in Ireland is that the country provides extensive choices of courses.

The higher education institutes of Ireland have more than 5000 courses to offer. Science, technology, engineering, business, and law, courses from all fields of education are available to study in Ireland.

Ireland held the position of the principal education provider to the western world which offers a wide range of opportunities. Post-secondary courses, vocational and technical training, to a full degree, and the highest postgraduate level are available in Ireland for the students to pursue.

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Why Ireland?

Part Time:

International students in Ireland attending a full-time course of at least one year's duration leading to a qualification recognized by the Minister for the Education and Science will be entitled to take up casual employment defined as up to 20 hours of part-time work per week or full-time work during normal college vacation periods.