Tuition fees fully funded

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Admission without the need for exams

High-quality education, funded tuition fees, and a wide variety of courses. Ireland is undoubtedly one of the best destinations for international students.

In this country, with a predominantly young population and some of the world’s best companies (Apple, Google, Microsoft, Pfizer, among others) headquartered here, you will not only have an unforgettable academic experience but also start preparing for your international career.

Applications and Requirements

Citizen Card

Transcript of grades obtained so far (10th or 11th years) or Final Diploma (12th year)

English exam taken at least 2 years ago (e.g., IELTS, Cambridge, TOEFL)

Depending on the course, additional requirements may be necessary.

Applications deadlines


1st of

End of the first phase for applications to all undergraduate courses

1st of

Deadline for applications to all undergraduate courses

1st of

Opening of applications for master's degrees

OK Student supports you from the beginning of your journey until you are settled into your new university

How much does it cost to study in Ireland?


Yearly average

Lowest value

0 £

Highest value

30,000 £

Cost of living

Monthly average

Lowest value

860 £

Highest value

1,400 £

The above-mentioned values vary depending on the university, course, city, and lifestyle of each student.

Tuition fees fully funded

Thanks to the “Free Fees” initiative, tuition fees at public universities in the Republic of Ireland are 100% free for EU students. Students only have to pay an annual administrative fee (maintenance fee) of around €3,000 to cover the university’s maintenance costs.

This initiative does not include master’s and doctoral courses. Annual tuition fees for these types of courses can range from €3,000 to €30,000.

Job opportunities in Ireland

Work while you study

All international students can work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and 40 hours per week during the holiday period (June - September).

Work after your studies

All EU students can continue to reside and work in the Republic of Ireland after completing their studies.

Popular universities in Ireland

With OK Student, you can study at all Irish universities. Click "See list" to discover those we have been working with for several years.

Are you ready to take the first step? Fill out the form and we will reach out to you very soon!

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