Irlande (Europe)

Irlande

Academic year: September to July.

Admission requirements. Foreign students should have, as a minimum, qualifications equivalent to the Irish university matriculation examination such as the General Certificate of Education with at least 2 subjects at Advanced (A) level with high grades (at least Grade C) plus 4 other subjects at Ordinary (O) level. Competition for places is extremely keen and minimum qualifications may not be sufficient for entry. Entry requirements to non-university institutions vary greatly. Detailed information should be sought from the institution concerned.

Immigration requirements. Citizens of the United Kingdom are not required to undergo any formal immigration procedures. All citizens from other countries are required, however, to present the following to the Immigration Officer at the port or airport of entry: (i) passport; (ii) evidence of acceptance as a student at a college of higher education; (iii) evidence that the student can maintain himself/herself during the period of study.

Language proficiency required. The normal language of instruction is English; at certain institutions, however, some lectures are given in the Irish language. Colleges in Ireland do not make special arrangements for the attainment of competence in English by overseas students. Courses in English are, however, organized in Dublin and some of the larger towns, where thirdlevel colleges are situated; these are generally organized by specialized language schools.

Monetary unit: pound (Ir£).

Expenses for one academic year. EU nationals do not pay tuition fees for full-time undergraduate courses. University fees vary according to college. Non-university fees also vary considerably. The Union of Students in Ireland has estimated that maintenance costs for a student would be in excess of Ir£2,000 per year.

Special travel facilities. A current International Students Identity Card suitably endorsed, permits students to travel at discount rates. Other concessions for students: a number of shops/services provide discounts to those students with an upto- date student card. Colleges in Ireland have facilities for handicapped students.

Information services.

  • Central Applications Office, Tower House, Eglington Street, Galway.
  • Department of Education, Marlborough Street, Dublin 1 (general information and guidance concerning study facilities for students from abroad).
  • Dublin Institute of Technology, Admission Office, 14 Upper Mount Street, Dublin 2.
  • Higher Education Authority, 21 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2 (general information on higher education).
  • Higher Education for Development Co-operation, 65 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2.
  • Irish Council for Overseas Students, 41 Morehampton Road, Dublin 4 (central advisory bureau for overseas students in Ireland and particularly those from Africa and Asia).
  • National Academic Recognition Information Centre, c/o the Higher Education Authority, 21 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2.
  • National Council for Educational Awards, 26 Mountjoy Square, Dublin 1 (general information on courses leading to NCEA awards).
  • National University of Ireland, 49 Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

Registrars of constituent colleges (University College, Belfield, Dublin 4; University College, Cork or University College, Galway) provide information on courses, regulations for scholarships, etc., and its recognized college St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth.

  • Union of Students in Ireland, 16 North Great George’s Street, Dublin 1.
  • University of Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin 2, offers advisory services.
  • Other colleges will supply information to prospective students.
  • Ortelius (EU database on higher education) is available via Internet and other media.

Accommodation services. Details from the Officers or Deans of Residence in the colleges.

Publications.

  • National University of Ireland Matriculation Regulations and Courses, pamphlet for current academic year, contains useful information for foreign students.
  • A Guide for Overseas Students, small pamphlet issued free by the Irish Council for Overseas Students.
  • NCEA Directory of Approved Courses in Higher Education, from the NCEA, 26 Montjoy Square, Dublin 1.
  • Higher Education in the European Community: Student Handbook, publi

 

ORGANIGRAMME ETUDE EN IRLANDE

PROCEDURE

Début de cours Sept /Jan.

  1. DOSSIER
  • Baccalauréat et/ou Relève de Note (Traduit en Anglais)
  • Photocopie CNI du père ou de la mère
  • Passeport, Photo 4*4 (Fond Unique Blanc)
  • Diplôme TEOFL /IELTS (facultatif)
  • Acte de naissance

POUR LE LICENCE : Relève de note N1, N2, N3, (Traduit en Anglais)

  • Relève de note et/ou Diplôme de Baccalauréat)
  • Passeport, Photo 4*4,
  • Photocopie CNI du père

POUR LE MASTER

  • Licence + relève de note N1, N2, N3
  • Attestation de prise en charge signe chez un notaire

Preuve de moyen Financier (Attestation Bancaire et relève de compte Bancaire

  1. Signature du contrat avec GIC International Consulting
  2. Paiement de frais de Procédure
  3. Obtention D’admission 
  4. DEMAND DE VISA
  5. Obtention de Visa
  6. Paiement d’honoraire
  7. VOYAGE POUR IRLANDE
  8. Paiement frais Scolarité et logement
  9. Début des cours

 

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