Cost of living
Ireland’s currency is the euro (€) and is worth between 85-90 Indian rupee.
Cost of living in Ireland is similar to other European countries. Like all other capital cities in the world, it is more expensive to live in Dublin therefore Waterford, Cork, Limerick and Galway are cheaper to live in.
Living expenses can vary between €7000 to €10,000 per year but this can be supplemented with part-time work which is available.
Ireland allows non-EU students to work for 20 hours per week during semester and for 40 hours per week during their holidays, with a minimum wage of €10.50 per hour.
The tuition fees for Masters is between €9,000 - €23,000 for Science, Technology, Engineering and Business depending on course choice and University.
To supplement the cost of a course, students can avail of the numerous scholarships available from the Universities. These scholarships will be between €2000 to €10,000 and available to view after a course offer is made to a student.
Master’s Degree courses are Level 9 which is a post-graduate degree qualification in Ireland. It is recognized under the Washington Accord agreement and therefore a Master’s degree from Ireland is universally accepted for employment.