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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by seunny4lif(m): 1:17pm On Oct 20
ICaSNg:



There are foundation programs available for students interested in studying Nursing in Ireland; However, her not having O-level background in science related courses may pose as a challenge as students need to satisfy exceptional science-related O-level results before applying for the foundation/pre-bachelors program- If she however has exceptional O-Level results she may try applying.

Another challenge is the financial aspect, Tuition fees for a Nursing degree is at least EUR 17,000 per year and duration of a bachelor honors degree in IRELAND is 4 years.
Thanks
Money no be problem cool
Cork or Dundalk ?
Which is good ?

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 1:28pm On Oct 20
Mikky4canny:
If some is inadmissible to Canada due to misrepresentation would it affect being issued an Irish study visa? Thanks

Would you be kind enough to clarify on the word "Misrepresentation"?

However, if you've previously been refused a visa to any country and its not based on criminal activities or concerns it does not affect any application you make to any other country. Its however advised that you make sure the reasons given in the previous refusal don't arise.

If you've submitted false documents previously or committed an offence relating to document fraud and your bio-metric was captured, it will be a tricky one as your passport number , refusal reason and identity info may be uploaded on their database. You never know which countries share database info.
Thus, you may have to make things right by making sure any documents you will submit is absolutely genuine.

Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 1:29pm On Oct 20
seunny4lif:

Thanks
Money no be problem cool
Cork or Dundalk ?
Which is good ?

Definitely Cork- As they have discounts or scholarships available sef..
Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by seunny4lif(m): 2:41pm On Oct 20
ICaSNg:


Definitely Cork- As they have discounts or scholarships available sef..
Cheers
Good
Jobs opportunities
I heard Dundalk is cheap for housing but don't don't know about Cork
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by adebunmi07: 11:29pm On Oct 20
Just gained admission into American college Dublin to study international business. ...pls does anyone no abt d course? I'll be going to the embassy to submit my documents for visa processing. ...how long does d visa processing take?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by spores99(m): 1:24am On Oct 21
ICaSNg:


If you have the funds available and fulfill all visa conditions, then Griffith College and Dublin Business School have the following programs available for Jan intakes/start-dates:

Griffith College: January----MSc in International Procurement and Supply Management


1. Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism and Media Communications
2. MA in TV and Radio Journalism
3. MA in Journalism and Public Relations
4. MA in Journalism & Media Communications
5. MSc in Applied Digital Media
6. MSc in International Media Management
7. MSc in Global Brand Management
8. MBA in International Business
9. MSc in International Pharmaceutical Business Management
10. Postgraduate Diploma in International Business
11. Postgraduate Diploma in International Business and Law
12. Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting and Finance Management
13. MSc in International Procurement and Supply Management
14. MSc in International Business and Law
15. MSc in International Business
16. MSc in Accounting & Finance Management
17. Master of Business Administration
18. MSc in International Tourism and Hospitality Management
19. MBA General
20. MBA Marketing
21. MBA Human Resource Management
22. MBA Cloud Computing
23. MBA Finance
24. MSc. Marketing
25. MSc Management Practice
26. MSc. Information Systems with Computing
27. MSc. Data Analytics*
28. MSc. Digital Marketing*
29. MSc. FinTech*
30. MA Addiction Studies
31. Hospitality Management
32. Tourism Management

thanks for your response, one more thing in Ireland, what are d possibilities of staying back after study to work etc cos I actually applied to Canada but was denied student visa so am seeking Ireland as an option B to study then afterwards migrate from there to Canada....
please advise.
thank you

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chinlov: 4:53pm On Oct 22
Good job. Pls don't be discouraged. Meanwhile how about PHD. I did my masters in UK looking to migrate now
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by spores99(m): 8:02am On Oct 23
Chinlov:
Good job. Pls don't be discouraged. Meanwhile how about PHD. I did my masters in UK looking to migrate now

how do you want to go about migrating? further studies I guess?

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 5:41pm On Oct 23
Chinlov:
Good job. Pls don't be discouraged. Meanwhile how about PHD. I did my masters in UK looking to migrate now

Hello Chinlov,

It all depends on the funds you have available.

Republic of Ireland have excellent discounts or scholarships for research students and New Zealand charges as low as $4000 per year for PhD programs- most times you can get 50% off your Tuition fees for Ireland. You are also allowed to bring your family (Spouse and kids) over while you're studying and your spouse can work full-time.
After 3 -4 years research , you are entitled to 2 years work permit and can nationalize after 7 years overall stay in Ireland or if you / your spouse get overall 4 years work experience in Ireland you can apply for your indefinite leave to remain.

On the other side, with a masters degree you can apply for the Canadian Permanent residence permit. This entails you having a degree qualification or relevant work experience in occupations listed/ required by the Canadian Government.

Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 5:47pm On Oct 23
spores99:


thanks for your response, one more thing in Ireland, what are d possibilities of staying back after study to work etc cos I actually applied to Canada but was denied student visa so am seeking Ireland as an option B to study then afterwards migrate from there to Canada....
please advise.
thank you

After a 1 year master's degree in Ireland, you are given 2 years work permit i.e you are granted permit to stay back in the country to work full-time for 2 years .
If you're lucky to get 2 years additional work sponsorship, you can apply for your indefinite leave to remain this is similar or can be compared to permanent residence permit issued by Canada or Australia.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 6:10pm On Oct 23
adebunmi07:
Just gained admission into American college Dublin to study international business. ...pls does anyone no abt d course? I'll be going to the embassy to submit my documents for visa processing. ...how long does d visa processing take?

Visa processing takes 4 -8 weeks .

Good-luck with your visa application.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by lanrayx: 8:12am On Oct 24
pls do you know if national university of Ireland Galway as started receiving application for next year Msc in Information systems, tried mailing them but no response.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 1:03pm On Oct 24
lanrayx:


pls do you know if national university of Ireland Galway as started receiving application for next year Msc in Information systems, tried mailing them but no response.

Hello,
For which admission intake? Jan / September ?
If for September, applications will be accepted from Feb, 2018.

*** Not to be pessimistic, NUI hardly replies individuals , you may however contact them using students within the University community.

Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by lanrayx: 10:11am On Oct 25
ICaSNg:


Hello,
For which admission intake? Jan / September ?
If for September, applications will be accepted from Feb, 2018.

*** Not to be pessimistic, NUI hardly replies individuals , you may however contact them using students within the University community.

Cheers

they replied, but after about 3days, September intake, and they said it would open nov
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 12:14pm On Oct 25
lanrayx:


they replied, but after about 3days, September intake, and they said it would open nov

Brilliant then.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by lovesavvi: 1:58pm On Oct 25
Pls I need list of document needed to have successfull study permit visa application at Irish embassy after securing admission in Ireland school . Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 2:25pm On Oct 25
lovesavvi:
Pls I need list of document needed to have successfull study permit visa application at Irish embassy after securing admission in Ireland school . Thanks

kINDLY READ THE THREAD-- ITS JUST 2 PAGES OGA...

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pristine88: 8:35pm On Oct 25
it would be nice if people already in Ireland...Tell us how life is over there....
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by seunny4lif(m): 1:59am On Oct 26
ICaSNg:


Definitely Cork- As they have discounts or scholarships available sef..
Cheers
Good
Jobs opportunities
I heard Dundalk is cheap for housing but don't don't know about Cork?
Need your help
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 10:49am On Oct 26
seunny4lif:

Good
Jobs opportunities
I heard Dundalk is cheap for housing but don't don't know about Cork?
Need your help

Apologies, I won't be able to answer your questions as you intend. However, as someone who have studied abroad I'll share my thoughts:

When making decisions on/about study destinations, things to consider is quality of education , International diversity and University acceptance /support of International students, cost of living and job opportunities. The last 2 should be weighed to reach an equilibrium / balance e.g

Most province, state or counties have very low or much more affordable cost of living but little or no work opportunities either casual part-time work or career/professional work opportunities.

I don't live in Ireland so hopefully someone who lives there and is aware of the above may shed more light.
Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by seunny4lif(m): 1:24pm On Oct 26
cool
I thought you are in Ireland
Then maybe cork
ICaSNg:


Apologies, I won't be able to answer your questions as you intend. However, as someone who have studied abroad I'll share my thoughts:

When making decisions on/about study destinations, things to consider is quality of education , International diversity and University acceptance /support of International students, cost of living and job opportunities. The last 2 should be weighed to reach an equilibrium / balance e.g

Most province, state or counties have very low or much more affordable cost of living but little or no work opportunities either casual part-time work or career/professional work opportunities.

I don't live in Ireland so hopefully someone who lives there and is aware of the above may shed more light.
Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Baybie: 11:12pm On Oct 28
Thanks a bunch
ICaSNg:


Minimum wage for 2017 is EUR 9.25 .
Its worthwhile to mention not all job roles will pay the above per hour--- You're to expect at least EUR 7 to 8.50 per hour depending on your location.
Definitely YES... A student is entitled to 20 hours per week for work during term-period and as much as 40 - 50 HOURS or more during holidays/ summer.

Exception however applies to some courses or program.
For example, DIT has a MSc in Sustainable development- This course involves unpaid 16 hours internship per week in a company specified by your University. This means you have limited hours left per week for a paid casual/ part-time job.

Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Baybie: 1:36am On Oct 29
Can anyone please recommend affordable schools for masters and locations for affordable cost of living, in fact every affordable information is welcomed. LOL. Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by lovesavvi: 9:57pm On Oct 29
Pls we need information on how student survive in Ireland, pls those in Ireland give us information on this.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by abdn: 11:04pm On Oct 29
timoddy:
Well for computer students, National College of Ireland (NCI) is ur best bet...its located in the city centre and they give scholarships. Well I stay on campus soo its not stressful for me..but its very expensive to stay on campus... Getting an accommodation outside is stressful..very stressful!!!!!! U'll have to switch from one hostel to another before u get a permanent place to stay especially in DUBLIN..

Hi, I have just been given admission for my masters program in your school. I need financial aid. Please, advice me on how to go about getting one. Thank you.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by dotcomnamename: 11:55am On Oct 31
adebunmi07:
Have been hoping to see a well detailed thread abt Ireland and really am glad I just did...
my questions
Pls how long does it take to Get ur visa granted after gaining admission and paying full tuition for masters.

What do you think of American college Dublin.

Do hair do sell well in Ireland.....

I'll be glad if my questions are been answered.


American College Dublin is ranked 37 in Ireland, which i think is not bad. According to international student Francesco994: ''Their Business degree is very good actually, i graduated from ACD in International Business (3 years). The staff is great and lecturers as well. I just graduated in International Business. (satisfied student). Copied on boardsdotie.


Another review from studyabroad101 stated: ''YOU should study at American College Dublin, an experience that will change your life forever! American College Dublin’s study abroad programme offers an exceptional oppor...''

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by adebunmi07: 1:07pm On Oct 31
dotcomnamename:



American College Dublin is ranked 37 in Ireland, which i think is not bad. According to international student Francesco994: ''Their Business degree is very good actually, i graduated from ACD in International Business (3 years). The staff is great and lecturers as well. I just graduated in International Business. (satisfied student). Copied on boardsdotie.


Pls I need your email ooo help a soul and she'll be forever grateful.or your no (much more appreciated )


Another review from studyabroad101 stated: ''YOU should study at American College Dublin, an experience that will change your life forever! American College Dublin’s study abroad programme offers an exceptional oppor...''


Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by adebunmi07: 1:13pm On Oct 31
Am not so good with nairaland so can't even find ur email in ur profile unless I would have added u up since
I'll be grateful. Thanks dear
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by dotcomnamename: 1:27pm On Oct 31
adebunmi07:
Am not so good with nairaland so can't even find ur email in ur profile unless I would have added u up since
I'll be grateful. Thanks dear


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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by adebunmi07: 2:58pm On Oct 31
I fink i just did if uve gotten it pls lemme no
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by adesbaba: 3:43pm On Oct 31
PLEASE ANY CHEAP SKUL IN IRELAND FOR MSC FINANCE OR ACCOUNTING ..even if its outside Dublin..


can one apply fr january start visa in december


one love...mr dotcomnanmename help and all gurus
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 4:28pm On Oct 31
adesbaba:
PLEASE ANY CHEAP SKUL IN IRELAND FOR MSC FINANCE OR ACCOUNTING ..even if its outside Dublin..


can one apply fr january start visa in december


one love...mr dotcomnanmename help and all gurus

How affordable ? You can get as low as EUR 10,500 for MSc/MBA . And may be eligible for Institution based discounts if you have exceptional results.
As for visa application, its better to submit an application in November if your school resumes in January *** remember there will be Christmas and New year breaks.
If however your lectures will start in Feb, December may not be a bad time to apply.

Cheers

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