SI-Ireland provides free independent advice and support to Indian students applying to study in Ireland.
Our education consultants are fully experienced and trained by trusted university partners and are here to help guide you through each step of the application process to any Irish university.
SI-Ireland is part of SI-UK, with over 30 global offices in 18 different countries supporting students all over the world. A free consultation with our education experts will set you on the right path towards studying in Ireland.
No matter which level of higher education you wish to study, we have a support team and an application service to suit you. SI-Ireland’s primary objective is to match the individual priorities of each student with the particular needs and requirements of each educational institution.
During your free consultation our consultants will disucss your future, learning more about what you want out of studying in Ireland. The free Irish University Application Service will then help you find the right university to apply to, along with advice on how best to fill in your application form, and the Visa Service will make sure you have the right visa to study in Ireland, taking away all the stress of your application. For PhD students, we can help craft you a standout application.
SI-Ireland has direct communication with Irish universities, meaning your application will be processed quicker and more effectively than applying on your own.
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For young people around the world, studying in the Ireland offers valuable international experience, broadening their horizons and offering the chance to gain a competitive advantage in the job market, while meeting people from all walks of life.
Ireland is popular with international students due to its history, global language, and reputation for high-quality, competitively priced degrees. Irish universities welcome overseas students and are particularly keen to increase the diversity of their student bodies.
The process of applying to Ireland universities can, however, be a daunting and complex bridge for students to cross: Who can I trust for objective advice about what to include in my application? How do I pick the right university for me? Is my level of English good enough?
There are real issues of trust, access and understanding at a major decision point for a young adult. Good advice and support can make all the difference between a good choice and a bad one; between a successful and rewarding experience and a poor one.
SI-Ireland has placed thousands of Indian students at Irish universities and you can be next.