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Education in Ireland / study in Ireland
« on: December 09, 2007, 07:37:22 PM »

آئرلینڈ IRELAND

آئرلینڈ كا دارالحكومت ڈبلن ہے۔ یہاں كی كرنسی آئرش پونڈ ہے۔ یہاں كی زبان انگریزی اور آئرش ہے۔ اس كے مشہور شہروں میں كارك، ڈبلن، بلفاسٹ شامل ہیں۔ آئرلینڈ برطانیہ سے مغرب كی طرف ایك سرد ترین جزیرہ ہے۔ اس كی اندرونی سطح میدانی ہے۔ آئرلینڈ میں گھاس سارا سال رہتی ہے۔ اسی لیے یہاں كے گھوڑے مشہور ہیں۔ آئرلینڈ كاسب سے لمبا دریا شائن ہے۔

آئرلینڈ كے ویزا كے سلسلہ میں اسلام آباد میں واقع ایمبیسی سے تفصیلی معلومات مل سكتی ہیں۔

وہ لوگ جن كو ویزا كی ضرورت نہیں

آئرلینڈ كے شہری۔

سولہ سال سے كم عمر كے افراد جن كے نام ان كے والدین كے پاسپورٹ میں درج ہیں۔

ایسے لوگ جو چوبیس گھنٹے كے اندر اندر دوسرے ملك كے سفر پر روانہ ہو جائیں گے۔ جہاز كے ركنے كی وجہ سے ٹھہر رہے ہیں۔

برطانیہ كے شہری، كالونیز كے شہری اور شہریت یافتہ افراد۔

مندرجہ ذیل ممالك كے افراد۔

جاپان، امریكہ ، كینیڈا ، فرانس ، نیدر لینڈ، بلجیم ، لكسمبرگ ، جرمنی، اٹلی ، سپین، سوئٹزرلینڈ ، سویڈن ، ڈنمارك، آئس لینڈ ، آسٹریلیا، سویڈن، ڈنمارك، آئس لینڈ، آسٹریا ، زمبابوے ، زمبیا، جمیكا، پانامہ، نیوزی لینڈ، ناروے ، سنگاپور ، مالٹا، ملائشیا، كوریا، كینیا، فجی، فن لینڈ، پرتگال، مناكو، یوراگوائے، ماریشش۔


صرف آئرش عورت سے شادی كر لینے سے ہی شہریت نہیں مل جاتی بلكہ قانونی تقاضے پورے كرنے ہوتے ہیں۔ مندرجہ ذیل شرائط پر پورا اترنے والے كو شہریت دے دی جاتی ہے۔

عمر پوری ہو، اچھے كردار كا مالك ہو، كم از كم ایك سال سے قانونی طور پررہ رہا ہو۔

درخواست گزار كو ڈسٹركٹ مجسٹریٹ كا منسٹر كے سامنے عہد وفاداری دینا ہو گا۔ وزیر یا ڈسٹركٹ مجسٹریٹ كو بھی ضمانت دینا ہو گی كہ درخواست گزار نے تمام شرائط پوری كر دی ہیں اور كسی آئرش خاتون سے شادی كر لی ہے۔ درخواست گزار كے رشتہ دار، والدین آئرش ہیں اگر ہیں تو ان كی تفصیل۔ چال چلن كا سرٹیفكیٹ ، درخواست گزار اپنے اور اپنی بیوی كے اخراجات پورے كر سكتا ہے یا نہیں وغیرہ۔ شرائط پوری كرنے سے شہریت مل جاتی ہے۔

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Re: IRELAND آئرلینڈ
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2008, 09:18:43 PM »
List of universities in the Republic of Ireland

This is a list of colleges and universities in the Republic of Ireland, some colleges are constituent colleges of universities.


(Recognised under the Universities Act, 1997 as amended.)

    * Dublin City University
    * National University of Ireland
          o University College Cork - National University of Ireland, Cork
          o University College Dublin - National University of Ireland, Dublin
          o National University of Ireland, Galway
          o National University of Ireland, Maynooth
    * University of Dublin
          o Trinity College, Dublin
    * University of Limerick

Colleges of Education

    * St Angela's College of Education, SligoNUI
    * St Catherine's College of Education for Home Economics
    * Church of Ireland College of Education
    * Froebel College of Education
    * The Marino Institute of Education
    * Mary Immaculate College, LimerickUL
    * Mater Dei Institute of EducationDCU
    * St Patrick's College of EducationDCU

Colleges of Further Education (FE)

    * Abbeyleix FE Centre
    * Ballsbridge College of FE
    * Ballyfermot College of FE
    * Ballyhaise College
    * Carlow Institute of FE
    * Cavan College
    * Cavan College of Further Studies
    * Cavan Institute
    * Cork College of Commerce
    * Bray Institute of FE
    * Castlebar College of FE
    * Central Technical Institute Clonmel
    * Central Technical Institute Waterford
    * Coláiste Dhúlaigh College of FE
    * Coláiste Íde College of FE
    * Crumlin College of FE
    * Drogheda Institute of FE
    * Drumshanbo College of Further Education
    * Dundrum College of FE
    * Dun Laoghaire College of FE
    * Galway Technical Institute
    * Killester College of FE
    * Inchicore College of Further Education
    * Liberties College
    * Limerick Senior College
    * Moate Business College
    * Monaghan Institute of FE & Training
    * O'Fiaich College
    * Pearse College of FE
    * Plunkett College
    * Rathmines College of FE
    * Ringsend Technical Institute
    * Roslyn Park College
    * Senior College Dun Laoghaire
    * Stillorgan College of FE
    * St. Johns College, Cork
    * St. Kevins College, Dublin
    * West Clare VTOS
    * Whitehall College of FE

Independent/private colleges

    * Abbey School of Theatre
    * All Hallows CollegeDCU
    * American College Dublin
    * Burren College of Art
    * College of Computer Training
    * Development Studies Centre
    * Dublin Business School
    * Dublin Institute of Design
    * Gaiety School of ActingDCU
    * Griffith College Cork
    * Griffith College Dublin
    * Griffith College Limerick
    * Hibernia College
    * Honorable Society of King's Inns
    * HSI College
    * Irish Bible Institute
    * Irish School of EcumenicsDU
    * Killybegs Tourism School
    * St Michael's House
    * Mid West Business Institute
    * Milltown Institute of Theology and PhilosophyNUI
    * National College of Art and DesignNUI
    * National College of Ireland
    * St Nicholas Montessori
    * St Patrick's College, Maynooth
    * St. Patrick's, Carlow College
    * Portobello College Dublin
    * Royal Irish Academy of MusicDCU
    * Royal College of Physicians of Ireland
    * Royal College of Surgeons in IrelandNUI
    * Shannon College of Hotel ManagementNUI
    * Tipperary Institute
    * Turning PointDCU

Institutes of Technology

(Recognised under the [ Institutes of Technology Acts (1992-2006).)

    * Athlone Institute of Technology
    * Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown
    * Institute of Technology, Carlow
    * Cork Institute of Technology
          o Cork School of Music
          o Crawford College of Art and Design
          o National Maritime College of Ireland
    * Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology
    * Dundalk Institute of Technology
    * Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
    * Letterkenny Institute of Technology
          o Tourism College Killybegs
    * Limerick Institute of Technology
    * Institute of Technology, Sligo
    * Institute of Technology, Tallaght
    * Institute of Technology, Tralee
    * Waterford Institute of Technology

National Institutions

    * Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
    * Dublin Institute of Technology
    * Garda Síochána College
    * Institute of Public AdministrationNUI
    * Irish Management Institute
    * Military College, Curragh Camp
    * National Ambulance Service College formerley National Ambulance Training School

Defunct institutions

(This is a list of defunct institutions, due to closure or merger, as distinct from institutions which have been renamed)

    * Albert Agricultural College (1838 - 1979)
    * Catholic University of Ireland (1854 - 1908)
    * Irish Academy for the Performing Arts (2002 - 2004)
    * Media Lab Europe (2000 - 2005)
    * Our Lady of Mercy College, Carysfort (1877 - 1988)
    * Queen's University of Ireland (1850 - 1882)
    * Royal University of Ireland (1880 - 1909)
    * St. Patrick's Cathedral University (1320 - late 16th century) [1]
    * Thomond College of Education, Limerick (1973 - 1991)
    * Apothecaries' Hall, Dublin (1791-1971)

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Re: IRELAND آئرلینڈ
« Reply #2 on: June 10, 2008, 10:51:01 AM »
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Study in Ireland
« Reply #3 on: June 11, 2008, 09:33:08 PM »
The Luck of Irish Study Abroad

Most people associate Transylvania with Dracula, but most people are bloody wrong. Bram Stoker, the author of the novel, hailed not from the dim, grim gray landscape of an 'ania, but from the lush green loveliness of Dublin, Ireland. Through study abroad programs in Ireland, many students have discovered there's a lot more to learn about this fascinating country-so why haven't you? What exactly are you waiting for?

After all, just because you rock the latest U2 album on your iPod, or read a bunch of James Joyce, or dated a redhead, doesn't mean you're down with Irish culture. Ireland has a lot more to offer than great music, Nobel Prize-winning authors and...wait for it...the crowning achievement of Irish culture...that's right...RiverDance!

Study abroad in Ireland and be welcomed by a warm, hospitable population that will share its lengthy history, vibrant culture and stunning landscape.

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« Reply #4 on: June 11, 2008, 09:37:00 PM »
Emerald Education

Colleges and universities in Ireland place great responsibility for learning on the student. Don't expect many weekly assignments and exams-you will learn in large lectures and smaller tutorials and labs. As cool as not having those assignments sounds, if you decide to study abroad in Ireland you need to work hard to structure your own reading and research.

Higher education in Ireland is internationally ranked and has been committed to excellence for centuries:

    * Trinity College in Dublin, the country's oldest college, was established in 1592
    * Students are encouraged to be critical thinkers and innovators
    * You'll have plenty of study fields to choose from, particularly:

          o Literature
          o Technology
          o Communications
          o Irish studies
          o History
          o Environmental studies

If environmental studies is your thing, then a study abroad program in Ireland will be a dream come true! After all, Ireland was formed by volcanic eruptions and extreme weather, only to become the flourishing green country you've seen in pictures and images, with the awesome castles seeming to burrow out of the grass.

But environmental studies is kind of obvious, right? Okay, so what may surprise you is that Ireland is a popular study abroad destination for technology students:

    * Ireland can be thanked for 25 percent of Europe's computers
    * Nobody exports more computer software worldwide than Ireland
    * Irish cities are the European headquarters of big-shot technology companies like IBM, Dell, Motorola and Google

That's a pretty impressive resume for a little island in the North Atlantic!

But if the slow evolution of history is more your speed than the zippy revolutions of technology, Ireland's long and sometimes tumultuous past will fascinate you. Students who study abroad in Ireland and focus on history will find the country teeming with must-sees:

    * Travel to the town of Limerick to check out the former Viking fortress, with its historic castles, walls and museums
    * Roam Dublin's National Museum of Ireland for archaeology and history exhibits
    * The Newgrange Neolithic Passage Tomb, at 50,000 years old, is older than the Pyramids

History and Irish studies students alike will want to visit the medieval town of Kilkenny. And no, that's not a South Park reference! Kilkenny was established in the 6th century by early Christians, and students can explore Kilkenny Castle, Kyteler's Inn and Kilkenny College.

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Get Green
« Reply #5 on: June 11, 2008, 09:37:35 PM »
Get Green

Whether you're a city dweller or a "culchie" (country person), you'll take advantage of every moment when you study abroad in Ireland. Most people want to climb up Blarney Castle to get a stunning view and to "kiss the Blarney Stone." It's a local legend that getting up close and personal with the stone will give you the "gift of eloquence." Now that's what we a call tonsil hockey!

Here are some other reasons why study abroad programs in Ireland are so popular and why thousands of tourists hit up the country each year:

    * The majestic Cliffs of Moher, on the coast of West Clare, will give you a spectacular view from the 19th century O'Brien's Tower
    * Ireland is famous for more than just potatoes-of course you can try the fish and chippers, but don't miss out on the lamb and delicious stews
    * The country's castles are legendary and its architecture represents a variety of eras and styles

If you study abroad in Ireland, odds are you won't want to limit yourself to all things "touristy." Irish culture has influenced so many other cultures, giving us visions of leprechauns, fairies and pots of gold. But the fun to be had on the "Emerald Isle" is anything but make-believe:

    * Take in an evening of "ceili," featuring traditional Irish music and dance
    * Enjoy some recreation in the town of Kerry at the Killarney Lakes
    * Experience the underwater landscape and creatures of Ireland by diving off the South West Coast

And make sure you visit Northern Ireland as well (which is a part of the United Kingdom). Pay special attention to the city of Belfast, where the nightlife has been budding for years. Belfast is small enough to walk on foot, so be sure to stroll past the more than 20,000 roses in the International Rose Garden. Plus, back in the Republic of Ireland, Dublin and its pubs, cafes and clubs are crawling with students, while in the capital city, you can grab a "jar" (pint) with a friend at "the Local," or the nearest pub. And nab some souvenirs for your buddies back home at the Guinness Hopstore!

Students from all over the world are drawn to Ireland when it comes time to make their decision about where to study abroad. Maybe it's the abundance of nightlife opportunities. Maybe it's the tourist attractions. Maybe it's the superb education they receive. Maybe it's the fact that it's another country, but English is spoken. Why don't you study abroad in Ireland and find out for yourself?

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« Reply #6 on: June 11, 2008, 09:54:21 PM »
Ireland Education

Ireland is an increasingly popular destination for students from all over the world. The friendliness and hospitality for which Irish people are renowned, contribute to the ease with which overseas students adapt to the way of life and in particular, student life.

Having developed from being a predominantly agricultural economy in the 1950s Ireland is now a thoroughly modern nation with well developed manufacturing and international services sectors and has the highest economic growth rate in the E.U. - hence the title 'The Celtic Tiger'. The educated workforce produced in Ireland by the education system has been a key factor in attracting international investment to the country and in the growth of the modern technological industries which have helped make Ireland one of the fastest growing economies in the world.

The international dimension of education is important in Ireland, which has one of the most trade dependent economies in the world. The Irish Government has invested in the internationalisation of our education system, both to promote the international activities and linkages of our colleges and to encourage students from overseas countries to study in Ireland.

Higher education in Ireland is judged by international standards and the employment market for graduates is a global one. Overseas students receive a quality education in a friendly environment. They in turn enrich the educational experience of our own students and bring an international dimension to our campuses. Lifelong friendships and networks are formed between Irish and overseas students which later enhance the cultural and trade relationships between our countries.

Higher Education

Higher Education in Ireland consists of the universities (with associated colleges of education), institutes of technology, and a number of private independent colleges. The universities and institutes of technology are autonomous and self-governing, but are substantially state-funded


There are nine universities in Ireland - 2 in Northern Ireland and 7 in the Republic. The University of Dublin, Trinity College (TCD), founded in 1592, is the oldest university in Ireland. The National University of Ireland (NUI) is a federal institute consisting of four constituent universities; University College Dublin, National University of Ireland Dublin; University College Cork, National University of Ireland Cork; National University of Ireland Galway and National University of Ireland Maynooth. NUI also has three recognised colleges: National College of Art and Design (NCAD), The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) and St. Angela's College of Education. The University of Limerick (UL) and Dublin City University (DCU) are our newest universities and were founded in 1989. The two universities in Northern Ireland are: the University of Ulster (UU) and the Queen's University of Belfast (QUB).

In addition to offering degrees at Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate levels, over a full range of disciplines, the universities and colleges also undertake research in many areas. Undergraduate and postgraduate diplomas are also available and universities are involved in continuing and distance education programmes (aimed mainly at Irish residents).

Institutes of Technology

There are currently 14 Institutes of Technology located throughout the Republic offering programmes at degree, national diploma and national certificate levels in a wide variety of subjects. Their qualifications are externally validated by Ireland's national certification authority, which ensures that their qualifications reach the highest international standards. Many of the Institutes of Technology also run postgraduate diploma and degree programmes, both taught and research.

Colleges of Education

There are five Colleges of Education for primary school teachers. These colleges offer three year full time courses leading to a B.Ed degree which is the recognised qualification for primary school teaching.

Independent Third Level Colleges

These colleges offer programmes leading to certificates, diplomas and degrees, which have received recognition by Ireland's national certification authority or from other external accreditation institutions (such as universities). Courses on offer include: Accountancy and Business Studies, Law, Humanities, Hotel & Catering, Tourism Studies and Art.

Study Programmes Available to Overseas Students

In addition to full undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, Irish universities offer a wide selection of study programmes involving credit transfer arrangements with overseas universities and colleges. These range from Summer programmes, to semester programmes, to full academic year programmes in a broad spectrum of faculties. These programmes include:
Junior Year Abroad (JYA) and Study Abroad Programmes (mainly aimed at non E.U. students)
SOCRATES (Applicable to citizens of Member States of the E.U. as well as to Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway). SOCRATES aims to promote the concept of lifelong learning in response to constantly evolving education and training needs. There is a variety of programmes promoted by SOCRATES, including:

        ERASMUS (higher education)
        LINGUA (language-learning)

Student Expenses

The main costs that students can expect to incur while in Ireland include fees*, accommodation and living expenses. These vary considerably depending on the course, the institution and the lifestyle of the student.
*Third level education in Ireland is free for students who are

      first-time undergraduates and,
      are E.U. nationals and have been ordinarily resident in an E.U. Member State for at least three of the five years preceding their entry to an approved third-level course.

The universities and colleges have a small number of scholarships for overseas students. Students are advised to contact the institution directly to obtain Application.

Application Procedures

Studying overseas is a very enriching experience however it can be quite costly, hence it is worth spending time and consideration choosing the most suitable programme and most appropriate institution.

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Universities in Ireland
« Reply #7 on: October 14, 2008, 01:20:37 AM »
Universities in Ireland

Cork Institute of Technology
Dublin City University
National University of Ireland
Regional Technical College
University of Limerick