Study in Ireland

Students Visa Process

Connect Overseas has been assisting students from last 28 years to enroll at various Institutions and Universities in Australia. We offer enrolments at various Private Provider & Universities.

Our Moto:- Any Course Any Institutions

Visit our page on regular basis and attend counseling at our nearest office for course available and our recommended Institutions.

  • Apply for admissions
  • Pay your tuition fees through Licensed Forex exchange companies.
  • Undertake Medicals
  • Visa Outcome
  • Travels Services

List of Institutions:-

We are authorized representatives of various Institutions and Universities in Ireland.  Please contact our office for more details.

Work Rights During Studies :-

As per regulation the students can entitled to work up to 20 hours per week in term time, and permissible to work 40 hours per week in holiday time in two standardized periods. The periods are 15th December to 15th January and 1st June to 30th September

Please note that the information below is subject to change and students are advised to check the website

Please refer to official website for more accurate information: –

http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Frequently%20Asked%20Questions%20-%20Students#Q17

Please note that the information below is subject to change and students are advised to check the website

Post study work rights

  • Non-EEA graduates and postgraduates can go on to apply for a green card or work permit under the Third Level Graduate Scheme on completion of their studies.

Please refer to official website for more accurate information: –

http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Student%20Pathway

At Connect Overseas office, please contact the relevant department to get the expertise advice.

Visitors Visa

We assist parents and dependent to apply for visitors visa. Please contact our relevant department for more information or call on 9876366799

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NB : The information provided above is for guidance only and you should seek specific advice from the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Services.

Please refer to their website for any updates and accurate information http://www.inis.gov.ie/

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