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9 Things Most People Don’t Know About
Career Prospects After Studying in Ireland

  1. A lot of people don’t know that Ireland is home to more than 1500 MNCs such as Apple, Intel, Amazon, Pfizer, Google, Linkedin, GSK, Facebook, Medtronic, etc.
  2. One more important information, Dublin is home to more than 1,700 start-ups, and is known as one of Europe’s leading start-up hubs.
  3. Companies hiring Masters graduates are from all sectors like IT, Biotech, Finance, Marketing, Hospitality, etc.
  4. Ireland has 15 of the World’s top 20 Medical Device Companies.
  5. Ireland has 8 of the World’s top 10 global ICT companies.
  6. Ireland is World’s 2nd largest exporter of software.
  7. Ireland is also known as Silicon Valley of Europe with one of the highest salary structures.
  8. 50% of the World’s major financial services companies are based here like KPMG, Citi Bank, Accenture, etc.
  9. In terms of GDP per capita, Ireland is one of the wealthiest country in the OECD and the EU-27.
MBA In Ireland
10 Things I Wish I’d Known Earlier
  1. Indian students can study full time taught MBA program in Ireland. They are not allowed to study part time program.
  2. Full time MBA in Ireland is offered by Trinity College Dublin (TCD), University College Dublin (UCD), Dublin Business School (DBS) & Griffith College Dublin.
  3. All these institutions are located in Dublin city which is a hub for business, finance & innovation.
  4. MBA program of Trinity College Dublin famously known as TCD ranks in the top 100 MBA programs in the World. TCD & UCD MBA hold “Triple Crown” accreditation from 3 centres of academic excellence i.e. Equis (Europe), AMBA (UK) & AACSB (USA).
  5. University College Dublin’s Smurfit Business School MBA program ranks 67th in the top MBA programs of the World and ranks 23rd in Europe.
  6. Dublin Business School does not require GMAT or work experience.
  7. Griffith College MBA requires 2 years of work experience and a minimum of 50% marks in bachelors to apply for MBA. They do not required GMAT score.
  8. A graduate from any discipline like Science, Commerce, Arts, Engineering, IT, etc. can pursue MBA from Ireland.
  9. Also, MBA in Ireland is a part of government’s critical skills occupation list. That’s why demand for MBA is growing every year. Expected salary is approx. 35,000 Euros per annum.
  10. MBA program offers multiple specialisations in Marketing, Finance, IT, Project Management, Cloud Computing, HRM, etc.

7 Horrible Mistakes To Avoid While
Applying To Universities In Ireland

  • 47% students do not have their academic marksheets, university degree & work experience documents with them at the time of making application.
  • 67% students are not clear of their budget & hence waste a lot of time & effort in applying to universities that are beyond their capacity.
  • 93% students are not aware of IELTS requirements in different countries & universities. They apply without fulfilling this requirement & hence their application gets rejected.
  • 21% students apply late & hence miss application deadlines.
  • 79% students are not aware of the upcoming countries that offer lucrative stay back options & good return on investments. These students end up missing a big earning opportunity.
  • 13% students miss application deadlines & are too late to apply to their dream university.
  • 23% students copy some other student’s statement of purpose (SOP) & attach to their applications. Hence, under plagiarism their application gets rejected.
The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Admission
Requirement In Ireland
  1. To apply for Bachelors program in Ireland, students should have a minimum of 60% in class 12th.
  2. To apply for Masters program in Ireland, students should have a minimum of 50% in their undergraduate degree.
  3. IELTS or PTE or DET is the mandatory English Language Test. It is a must to get a confirmed offer letter.
  4. Letter of Recommendation (LOR) is required by nearly all universities & colleges in Ireland. They can be academic & professional.
  5. Statement of Purpose (SOP) is required by nearly all universities & colleges in Ireland. This should be carefully drafted & not copied at all.
  6. It is a must to attach a resume with all Gaps & work experience properly explained.
  7. GMAT/ GRE are not mandatory for MBA or Engineering programmes in Ireland.
5 Most Misunderstood Facts
About Studies In Ireland

31% Students Believe That Education In Ireland Is Free
This is not the case. International students have to pay tuition fees.

17% Students Think That Ireland Education Will Not Be Accepted In India & Worldover
Ireland has some of the best universities in the world, like Trinity College Dublin & University College Dublin. They rank in the top 100 universities of the World as per World QS Rankings.

23% Students Think That Ireland Does Not Offer Good Career Opportunities After Studying
Students should note that Ireland is home to more than 1500 MNCs such as Apple, Intel, Amazon, Google, Medtronic, Yahoo, Facebook, etc. Ireland has 15 of the World’s top 20 Medical Device Companies. It has 8 of the World’s top 10 global ICT companies. It is also World’s 2nd largest exporter of software. 50% of the World’s major financial services companies are based here like KPMG, Citi Bank, Accenture, etc.

41% Students Feel That Ireland Universities Do Not Offer Scholarships
Ireland offers good scholarships to deserving students on the basis of academic marks. It can go upto 50% of tuition fees also in some cases.

67% Students Feel That Education In Ireland Is Expensive
Fees for masters in Ireland is as low as Rs 9 lacs per year. This works out to be a lot cheaper when compared to countries like USA or Canada where Masters is for 2 years and minimum tuition fees is Rs. 25 lacs and onwards. Also, Ireland offers 2 years post study stay back after finishing 1 year’s Masters program.

11 Facts About Studies In Ireland
That No Other Consultant Will Tell You

  1. Ireland is a part of European Union and is one of its fastest growing economies.
  2. All courses in Ireland are taught in English Language.
  3. Masters degree in Ireland is for 1 Year only.
  4. Ireland offers 2 years post study stay back option after doing Masters.
  5. Fees for masters in Ireland is as low as Rs 9 lacs per year. This works out to be a lot cheaper when compared to countries like USA or Canada where Masters is for 2 years and minimum tuition fees is Rs 25 lacs and onwards.
  6. Indian students can study full time taught masters program in Ireland. They are not allowed to study part time program.
  7. Famous courses to study in Ireland are Data Science, Cloud Computing, Cyber Security, Supply Chain Management, Food Science, Engineering, Business Analytics, Digital Marketing, Finance, Hospitality, Biotechnology, MBA, Project Management, Law, etc.
  8. A lot of people don’t know that Ireland is home to more than 1500 MNCs such as Apple, Intel, Amazon, Johnsons, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Ebay, Medtronic, Baxter, etc.
  9. Ireland is also known as Silicon Valley of Europe<./li>
  10. Ireland has 8 of the World’s top 10 global ICT Companies. It is also World’s 2nd largest exporter of software.
  11. Ireland has 15 of the World’s top 20 Medical Device Companies.
9 Tips To Keep In Mind
If You Are Planning To Study Abroad
  1. If you have already done Bachelors degree in India, don’t repeat it again from abroad. Save Money by doing Higher Diploma or Masters degree for 1 year.
  2. Apply for your admission early on to avail scholarships. Scholarship get over very quickly once applications start.
  3. Select your course as per your academic background, passion, budget & career goals. Don’t follow others blindly.
  4. Be clear with your budget to study abroad as it is very important; don’t overspend beyond your capacity.
  5. Look for good return on investment. Apply to Ireland as it offers great stay back options & good job opportunities.
  6. Check out the English language requirements before applying.
  7. Be aware of application deadlines & avoid missing them.
  8. Ireland offers conversion courses to students who have a different academic background but want to pursue a course from other field.
  9. Ireland also offers wonderful opportunity to apply for PR after studies and work.
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