Entry Requirements Arrival and Accommodation
Applicants should have attained a high school certificate (12 years of education). They should also possess English Our staff will meet you on arrival in Ireland and assist you to find suitable accommodation. Accommodation is
language skills equivalent to a minimum of IELTS 5.5, TOEFL 525, Computer TOEFL 196, or Internet TOEFL 69-70. available with other students or with an Irish family. We will help you with any questions or difficulties, and
Students who have not attained this level of English Language proficiency can enrol in the TI International provide advice on shopping, transport, part-time jobs, health and banking services. Both campus towns offer a
Foundation Certificate which allows them to progress to their chosen degree on successful completion. For further plentiful supply of high quality and reasonably priced accommodation. On average, students can expect to pay €50
information on entry standards please contact the International Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- €60 per week for a room in a house/apartment.
Working in Ireland
How to Apply
Irish Visa regulations allow students to work 20 hours a week during term time and students may work full-time
Interested applicants should apply directly to Tipperary Institute prior to June 30th of the year of entry. From the
during the holidays. Part-time work is available near both campuses and Tipperary Institute will assist students in
date of receipt of a completed application form it will take up to two weeks to process. Applicants must submit
obtaining an interview for part-time work. Living expenses in Ireland are approximately €8,000 per year (2008).
full Academic Transcripts and English Language Certificate with the FULLY COMPLETED Application Form.
On successful completion of your degree studies at Tipperary Institute, you will be allowed to remain in Ireland for
Application forms are available online at:
a period of six months after receipt of your examination results. This will give you the opportunity to seek full-time
employment and, if appropriate, apply for a working permit or a green card permit to remain in Ireland.
Forms should be completed and returned by post.
Application forms may also be obtained from:
Fees and Visas
Nenagh Road, Thurles,
Fees for International Students are €5,500 for the Foundation Certificate and €8,400 per year for Degree
programmes (2008/09). This fee is payable in full when a student is offered a place.
Applicants should contact the International Office at Tipperary Institute (email: email@example.com
for a list of approved agents who will assist you in the processing of your visa application.
For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tipperary Institute has a limited number of Scholarships for outstanding international students. Scholarships may
be offered to applicants based on evaluation of their previous educational attainments, motivation to undertake
further study in Ireland and potential for outstanding performance in a Tipperary Institute degree programme.
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