January entry at universities in Ireland is ideal for international students who needed more time to complete pre-university study, apply for funding or arrange their visa.
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Holding a strong reputation as Ireland’s University of Enterprise, Dublin City University is a young and dynamic university with over 16,000 students recognised nationally and internationally for academic excellence, research and innovation. DCU has a range of professional undergraduate, postgraduate and connected online courses across multiple disciplines including science, humanities, business, engineering, computing, social sciences and education.
Dublin Institute of Technology is Ireland’s top technological university, offering more than 800 undergraduate, postgraduate, part-time and evening courses in a range of fields from business, science, law, engineering, social sciences and creative arts. Degrees at DIT are comprehensive, combining academic excellence and professional, industry oriented learning to prepare students for an outstanding career in productive leadership.
More than 150 years old, National University of Ireland, Galway has consistently maintained high positions in the World University Rankings, recognised globally for its academic excellence and high research output. A high graduate employability rate of 96% for undergraduates and 95% for postgraduates make NUI, Galway hugely popular with international students. It has more than 400 masters and around 50 bachelors degrees to choose from.
Trinity College Dublin is Ireland’s most renowned university, located on a historic campus in one of world’s greatest cities, Dublin. TCD offers innovative courses for different levels promoting academic excellence through liberal education and creating value for society through a transformative student experience.