Griffith College

Griffith College

Established in 1974, Griffith College is Ireland's leading independent third-level institution, with campuses in Dublin, Cork, and Limerick. Over the past forty years, Griffith College has established a national and international reputation for academic excellence and student success. The original Dublin campus buildings date back over 200 years to their construction in 1813. During the past two centuries, they have regularly played a part in both local and national political events. Since its purchase by Griffith College in 1991. In 1992 the Tiernan Design School moved to the Griffith Campus becoming the Griffith College Faculty of Design. In the late 1990s Newman College, Dublin became part of Griffith College. On June 1st, 2005, Skerry's Cork Business School merged with Griffith College.  In September 2006 Griffith College Dublin merged with the Mid-West Business Institute to form Griffith College Limerick.

Griffith College

Dublin, Ireland

Population

5 Million

Euros (i,e 1 Euro= 85 INR Approx)

Campuses

  • Dublin, Ireland

Languages Used

  • ENGLISH / IRISH

Nearest Popular Cities

  • (1) Cork (2 hours 51 mins via cab)
  • (2) Limerick (2 hours 15 mins via cab)
  • (3) Galway (2 hours 24 mins via cab)
  • (4) Kilkenny (1 hour 24 mins via cab)
  • (5) Waterford (2 hours via cab)
Tuition Fees

Ranges between Min 8000 Euros to Max 25000 Euros

Living Expenses

Ranges between Overall 400 Euros - 1000 Euros / Month (Depending on Student Lifestyle)

Part Time Work Limit

20 hrs/Week during Study Period,40hrs/week during Holidays

Part Time Wages

ranges from 8 EUR to 14 EUR/hour (INR 650 - INR 1200 / hour)

Benefits of studying at Griffith College

  1. High-quality education: Griffith College is renowned for providing high-quality education and has consistently ranked as one of the top institutions in Ireland.

  2. Diverse student population: The college has a diverse student population, with students from over 80 different countries. This provides a multicultural learning experience and exposure to a variety of perspectives.

  3. Modern facilities: The college has modern facilities, including state-of-the-art lecture theatres, libraries, computer labs, and student common areas.

  4. Industry partnerships: Griffith College has strong partnerships with industry leaders, providing students with opportunities for internships and work placements.

  5. Career-focused programs: The college offers career-focused programs that are designed to prepare students for the job market. This includes a focus on practical skills, internships, and career development support.

  6. Supportive environment: Griffith College provides a supportive environment for students, with a range of support services available, including academic support, career services, and student wellbeing services.

Permanent Residency

Option 1-Student Have to stay for 5 Years in Ireland to be eligible for PR

Option 2-If students acquire the critical skill employment permit; they are eligible for PR after 2 Years

Option 3-Students can extend their Startup Visa & stay for 3 more Years in the country to be eligible for PR

 

Post Study Work

IRELAND

1) Stay up to 24 months after course completion of master's & 12 Months after bachelor's to find a Job. 

2) Students can also apply for Start-Up Visa & stay up to 24 months

NETHERLANDS

If a student's University/Subject ranks in the top 200 world rankings (ie THE/QS/Shanghai Ranking) they are eligible to apply for a1 year Job Search Visa in the Netherlands. CANADA Post Completion of Course in Ireland student can try for Express Entry Visa.

AUSTRALIA

Based on the student's previous work experience Student can apply for a Skilled Independent Visa Note: Post Completion of the Course in Ireland students will have more opportunities to get a job in Ireland, the Middle East & India with a Very good Pay scale

 

Dublin, Ireland

Campuses

  • Dublin, Ireland

Euros (i,e 1 Euro= 85 INR Approx)

Population

5 Million

Languages Used

  • ENGLISH / IRISH

Nearest Popular Cities

  • (1) Cork (2 hours 51 mins via cab)
  • (2) Limerick (2 hours 15 mins via cab)
  • (3) Galway (2 hours 24 mins via cab)
  • (4) Kilkenny (1 hour 24 mins via cab)
  • (5) Waterford (2 hours via cab)

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