Tuition Fees in Ireland
Explore tuition fees in Ireland for bachelor's degrees and find the right bachelors degree at the right tuition cost for you.
Tuition fees in Ireland vary depending on where you study, but are in general cheaper than continental Europe.
EU students can benefit from the Free Fees Scheme, which allows you to study in Ireland as an undergraduate for free. Your chosen institution should be able to advise if you qualify.
Now that you know how much it will cost to study in Ireland, you may be asking how to fund study in Ireland.
Where to look for funding for study in Ireland can be a complicated question, but our guide to financial aid for international students in Ireland can help answer it.
The most common sources of funding for international students in Ireland are:
The Irish government
Individual countries have scholarship money divided out to them through the Irish government. There may be money specifically delegated your way.
Your host university
Read through your own school’s study abroad opportunities and talk to people working the study abroad office there. They may be able to direct you to scholarship opportunities, or at least to people who can inform you better.
Your own heritage
Some universities in Ireland distribute scholarship money with close attention to the history and background of individual applicants. The Ireland Homecoming Study Scholarship (IHSP), for example, provides funding to direct family of Irish emigrants. A scholarship through Dublin City University is directed specifically at postgraduate Brazilian students. You can’t control your personal history—why not use it to your advantage?