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VISA INFORMATION

Depending on your nationality you may be required to apply for a visa to study in Ireland. For full and complete information on visa requirements please follow this link: http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/WP07000016

Evidence of Financial Requirements for international students, please follow this link: http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/WP07000016

Medical Insurance Requirement:

All students are required to have private medical insurance, either personally or through a group scheme at time of registration. IBAT College’s first years tuition fees include an approved insurance policy and we will purchase a policy for you upon receipt of full tuition fee payment.

Are you interested in Studying Tourism?

The Advanced Certificate in International Tourism course investigates tourism by examining its socio-economic, cultural and environmental impacts. An international context is strongly embedded throughout the programme, allowing the knowledge acquired in this programme to be transferrable to a number of distinct markets. We are now accepting applications for course commencing in April 2014.

Study in Ireland: An Unforgettable Experience

Eduation in Ireland Student Ambassador and IBAT College Dublin student Syed Murtaza

Syed Murtaza is an Education in Ireland and IBAT College Dublin Pakistani Student Ambassador (photographed left above) with the Minister for Education and Skills Ruiari Quinn TD (centre) and Ambassador G.R. Malik at a recent reception held in Dublin to honour our student ambassadors. Here Syed shares his experience of studying in Ireland, the difficulties he faced and how he overcame these with the help of new friends.

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Number of students from India set to double in Ireland.

During a trade and investment mission to India with Enterprise Ireland, Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton has announced that the number of students from India in Ireland is set to double in the next 3-5 years, with the majority of the students studying at postgraduate level. “These students play an important role in deepening the business, cultural, education and research ties between India and Ireland,” said Bruton.  The trade mission has also resulted in 75 jobs for Dublin as Cloud specialist Aditi Technologies will hire 40 people and pharma company Synowledge will create 35 new jobs

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India Office

IBAT College Dublin,
16-19 Wellington Quay,
Dublin 2,
Ireland.

Call +353-1-8075055

Email enquiry@ibat.ie


Sunil Dudani,
Skyline Immigration Consultants
SCO 43, Level II,
Sector 42-C,
Chandigarh - 160036,
INDIA

Direct +91 172 2620946
Mobile +91 814 6588558

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Bangladesh Representative


A K M Nazmul Hoque Jamali,
Youth Education Services,
103/1. Kalabagan, 2nd Lane, Dhaka,
Bangladesh.

Call+ 01973006228.8129281

Email enquiry@ibat.ie