Ireland offers quality education, an extensive choice of courses, and a wide range of work opportunities, making it a top choice for international students. All Non-Europeans (EU)/ European Economic Area (EEA) applicants must apply for a visa to study in Ireland. In 2019. the global acceptance rate of visas in Ireland was 89.6%. There are different Study Visas a student might need to pursue education in the country. All non-EU/EEA applicants also need to register with the GNIB (Garda National Immigration Bureau) for a long-term stay in the country.
Students use short-stay visas to undertake an exam, attend an internship, or attend a training course in Ireland. Under this visa, students cannot do any paid or unpaid work in Ireland.
A long-term study visa is for students who are offered a slot in a full-time course at a college or university in Ireland. The condition being, the course must be on the list of the following programs:
The two types of student visas are:
|Type of Visa
|‘C’ Study Visa
|Less than 3 months.
|’ D’ Study Visa
|More than 3 months.
Ireland no longer requires fully vaccinated travelers from India to undergo mandatory hotel quarantine for 14 days. All travelers arriving in the country must produce proof of Covid vaccination, recovery from COVID-19, or a negative RT-PCR test taken within 72 hours before arrival into the country.
The documents to carry on the day of the appointment are:
Students applying for Irish Study Visas don’t need to attend mandatory visa interviews. However, the Visa Officer may request the applicants to an interview (if required). The office will consider each visa application on its own merits.
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