STUDY IN IRELAND

Ireland is consistently listed as one of the safest countries in the world,
you’ll find the right one to suit your career dreams.
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Meet us at the below cafe and let us guide you through the necessary information that you need to know about studying in Australia, United Kingdom, USA, New Zealand, Canada & Ireland

Date & venue:

  • 9 Dec'22 (Fri, 2~5pm)
    Fat Cat Cafe @Sunway Geo Avenue
  • 10 Dec'22 (Sat, 11am~3pm)
    Starbucks - Nexus Bangsar South
  • 16 Dec'22 (Fri, 2~5pm)
    Fat Cat Cafe @Sunway Geo Avenue
  • 17 Dec'22 (Sat, 11am~3pm)
    Starbucks Rimbayu Drive-Thru.

Why Study in Ireland?

Ireland is the second largest island of the British Isles lying in the west of Great Britain. It has a population of over 5 million. The languages spoken here are Irish (official language) and English. 
 
The capital of Ireland, Dublin, is one of the most populous and affluent cities. This is also the largest city in Ireland. This city is home to more than one fourth of the country’s total population.  
 
Ireland is consistently listed as one of the safest countries in the world, ranking in the top 15 in the Global Peace Index 2019 and ranked the 12th most peaceful country.

The people of Ireland experience a mild, oceanic climate with extreme weather rarely. The average temperature during summers range from 14.5°C to 16°C. During winters, the average temperature lie between 4°C and 7°C
Ireland is ranked in the top 10 for education (IMB World Competitiveness Ranking 2019) and provides students with one of the best education systems in the world; offering world-class universities, a diverse range of degree options and globally-recognised qualifications.

There are many great career opportunities in Ireland for international graduates due to its appeal to multinational businesses, including well-known companies such as eBay, Skype and Microsoft. Most universities offer internship opportunities that are a great way to gain real experience in the workplace that can prove invaluable when job-hunting.

When it comes to post-study work, Ireland is the only English-speaking country in Europe that offers post-study work visas to international graduates, making it an attractive destination to kick-start your career.

The average cost of living in Ireland would range from €8,000 - €12,000 per year and the tuition fees would range between €9,000 - €27,000 per year based on the course.

Ireland University Partnerships

(Few of our featured partners)
University College Dublin
Maynooth University
Technological University Dublin
Institute of Technology Sligo
Trinity College Dublin
Dublin City University
National University of Ireland
Dublin Business School

AECC Global Partners with Top International Universities in Ireland

(Few of our featured partners)
University College Dublin
Maynooth University
Trinity College Dublin
National University of Ireland
Technological University Dublin
Institute of Technology Sligo
Dublin City University
Dublin Business School

Education Info & Intakes in Ireland

Intakes Intake 1: Early September to December - Semester 1 / Autumn
Intake 2: Late January to May - Semester 2 / Spring
Application Deadline: 30 June*
Entry Requirement: 5 C’s (IGCSE or SPM)
Duration: 1 year
English Requirement: IELTS 5.0 overall, no bands lower than 4.5
Tuition Fees: €12,500 - €19,500
Scholarships: €1,000 - €5,000
Pre-U Progression: Most foundation programmes are offered by the universities directly. Consult us for more insights.
* Late application may be accepted. Do consult our counsellors for more info
Intakes: Intake 1: Early September to December - Semester 1 / Autumn
Intake 2: Late January to May - Semester 2 / Spring
Application Deadline: 30 June*
Entry Requirement: Subject to Universities and Courses.
Contact us to find out more
Duration: 4 years
English Requirement: IELTS 6.5 overall, no bands lower than 6.0
Tuition Fees: €9,000 - €27,000 per year
Scholarships: Up to 25% per year
Post study work visa: 1 year - Bachelor (Honours)
* Late application may be accepted. Do consult our counsellors for more info
Intakes: Intake 1: Early September to December - Semester 1 / Autumn
Intake 2: Late January to May - Semester 2 / Spring
Application Deadline: 30 June*
Entry Requirement: Subject to Universities and Courses.
Contact us to find out more
Duration: 1 year
English Requirement: IELTS 6.5 overall, no bands lower than 6.0
Tuition Fees: €9,000 - €24,000 per year
Scholarships: Up to 25% per year
Post study work visa: 2 years
* Late application may be accepted. Do consult our counsellors for more info

Our Services

Any part of the stages above requires an extensive amount of research and effort. Why not reach out to a specialist like us to assist you in the process? Our services range from:

  • Finding the right university
  • Course Recommendation
  • Credit Transfer Assistance
  • Scholarships Matching
  • University Applications
  • Student Visa Application
  • Student Accommodations

We see your potential and help you to study in Ireland that adds significant value to your future.

Our international education counsellors proactively guide and support the international students in choosing the top-ranking universities and the best courses to achieve their career goal. We make sure our students are provided with personalised support when applying to study in Ireland.

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