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Irish College Profiles

Where do you want to study in Ireland?

Complete profiles for other Irish institutions, including details on:

  • Courses
  • Fees
  • Services for international students
  • Rankings
  • Accommodation
  • Location

For more information on applying to any of the following Irish colleges, arrange a free consultation in Delhi today.

Athlone

Athlone Institute of Technology

Programmes at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) have been introduced and developed in line with changing international needs. Emphasis on research activities and liaison with industrial and commercial organisations has helped to ensure the relevance…

Cork

Cork Institute of Technology

Cork Institute of Technology offers full-time, part-time and specialist courses in Art, Business and Humanities, Computing and Information Technology, Engineering, Media, Music, Nautical Studies, and Science. The Institute also has many top class…

Dublin

Dublin Business School

Dublin Business School (DBS) specialises in the provision of career focused business and law education as well as the delivery of contemporary programmes in the areas of arts, media, social science, humanities and psychology.

The School have developed…

Griffith College Dublin

Griffith College is Ireland's largest independent third level institution with locations in Dublin, Cork and Limerick. The College offer internationally recognised postgraduate and undergraduate degree programmes, complemented by a…

National College of Ireland

The National College of Ireland (NCI) is a not for profit state aided higher education institute. It is located in Dublin’s city centre, known as the ‘Silicon Valley of Europe’ and has strong links with US universities like Stanford and…

Dundalk

Dundalk Institute of Technology

Every year more than 600 international students choose to study with Dundalk Institute of Technology, making their campus one of the most diverse and multicultural of all Institutes of Technology in Ireland.

Galway

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) is a university-level education institution based in the West of Ireland. International students can choose from a wide range of undergraduate courses, and a number of postgraduate (Masters and/or PhD) courses.

Carlow

Institute of Technology Carlow

The Institute of Technology Carlow (IT Carlow) is one of the largest of Ireland’s 14 institutes of technology. Carlow is a picturesque town surrounded by beautiful villages and settlements, famous for its rich architecture and history and the College…

Sligo

Institute of Technology Sligo

Since it first opened in September 1970, Institute of Technology Sligo has been one of Ireland’s leading third level institutions. It is home to 6,000 students across the Institute’s full-time, part-time and apprenticeship…

Letterkenny

Letterkenny Institute of Technology

Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) fosters one of the most progressive learning environments in Ireland, attracting a diverse student body of more than 4,000 students from Ireland and 31 countries across the globe. LYIT offers a number of courses…

Limerick

Limerick Institute of Technology

Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) is an institution of higher education in Limerick, Ireland. LIT has been named The Sunday Times Institute of Technology of the Year twice in previous years and it has over 6500 students across five campuses in Limerick…

Waterford

Waterford Institute of Technology

Waterford Institute of Technology is one of the largest institutes of technology in Ireland. It was established as a Regional Technical College in 1970, and was the first to be awarded Institute of Technology status in 1998.

The Institute now confers…

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