There are seven universities in Ireland which offer state-of-the-art education and training through a broad range of Honours Bachelors, Master and PhD programmes.
These universities are attractive destinations for Irish, European and international students, reflecting the unique combination of a quality education and an exciting cultural experience offered to students studying and undertaking research in Ireland. Irish universities are fully integrated into the life of their cities and regions, with vibrant student communities and social life.
Students are encouraged to become actively involved in a wide range of social, cultural and sporting activities. Irish university degrees are fully recognised internationally. Ensuring graduates from Irish universities you can make full use of their qualifications across Europe and Worldwide.
In addition to universities, Ireland has also 14 Institutes of Technology and 22 Private Higher Education colleges which include the likes of Dublin Business School and Griffith College. Each institute, following agreement of its quality assurance procedures with the Higher Education and Training Award Council, validates its own programmes.
|1 Dublin City University (DCU)|
|2 Trinity College Dublin (TCD)|
|3 University College Cork (UCC)|
|4 University College Dublin (UCD)|
|5 Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)|
|6 Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT)|
|7 Griffith College Dublin (GCD)|