Admission requirements


High school diploma, transcripts, international passport, and English proficiency exam results (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE Academic, or Cambridge Proficiency Level).



High school diploma (GCE, IB, EB, A LEVEL) transcripts, international passport, one biometric photo, English proficiency exam results (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE Academic or Cambridge Proficiency Level), statement of purpose, and CV.


Autumn (September)
Spring (February)

Average Tuition

Tuition fees vary considerably depending on the institution and the study program. Tuition fees range from €9,000 to €25,000. Expect to pay more in the medical and health sciences.

Average Cost of Living

The cost of living in Ireland, like anywhere else, is determined by where you live and the type of home you have. In the Republic of Ireland, a student will spend between €8,000 and €13,000 each year. Housing, food, and other costs such as transport and personal expenses are all included in the budget.