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  • Why is Work Placement important?
  • Why do employers recruit Placement students?
  • Can I organise my own Placement?
  • Can I go on an International Placement?
  • How much will I get paid?
  • What do I need to know about Health and Safety?
  • Students on Work Placement
  • What holidays will I be entitled to?
  • What about time off if I have to repeat exams
  • Will I have an exit interview with my employer?
  • After Work Placement - Presentation
  • What is the Placement Debrief?
  • Why should I update my CV?
  • What is involved in Networking?
  • What options do I have after I graduate?
  • Services for Students with a Disability


Why is Work Placement important?
Placement is an important part of your course, as it gives you the chance to see what it is like to work in an area related to your degree. This will help you make more informed decisions about your career.

Your Placement will also help you to:

  • Put academic theory into practice in your chosen career area.
  • Broaden your knowledge base.
  • Gain an insight into your own personal abilities and aptitudes.
  • Develop personal skills such as communication, team-working, problem-solving.
  • Get an inside view of the world of work and how it operates.
  • Understand new countries and cultures, if you work abroad.
  • Build your self-confidence.
  • Relate and apply the knowledge gained during Placement to your studies.
  • Be more mature and committed to your studies on return to college.
  • Enhance your CV and make it more attractive to employers.
  • Improve your employability, so that you are a 'work-ready' graduate.
  • Be considered for a graduate job with your Placement employer.

Why do employers recruit Placement students?
Employers recognise that students are a valuable source of skilled labour. With a good knowledge of your course content and a genuine willingness to learn, they know that you can make a valuable contribution to their business.

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Employers recruit students, because you:

  • Bring in new ideas and look at 'old' problems with 'fresh eyes'.
  • Have good problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Are up-to-date on new techniques and technologies.
  • Are ideal to tackle one-off projects which might otherwise be put to one side.
  • Can help out during busy Summer holiday periods.
  • May be a future potential employee and they can 'screen' you during Placement.
  • Provide them with the opportunity to build closer links with the University.

Can I organise my own Placement?
Placement is organised by the Placement Officer responsible for your programme. However, you might like to organise your own Placement, particularly if you have contacts with employers through friends or family. You can do this, provided you meet the following criteria:

  • A letter confirming your job offer is received from the prospective employer.
  • The Placement is approved by the Department of Government.
  • The offer of Placement is for the required period of time.
  • The offer is secured before you get an offer of Placement through the Department of Government.

Can I go on an International Placement?
Most Placements are in Ireland, but some are abroad. Each year, students go on international Placement and the main destinations are the US, UK, Belgium, Spain and Australia. Many organisations prefer students who have some ability in their language, but this is not always necessary. If you select a organisation abroad, make sure you can afford flights, accommodation deposit and living costs for the duration of your Placement. Also, you will have to buy travel insurance for the period of your trip. If you are going to a non EU destination, for example the US, you must apply for a Visa and there is a cost associated with this. Usually, international Placement organisations use telephone interviews. This will be a different experience to a face-to-face interview and you should be familiar with the guidelines fortelephone interviews.


How much will I get paid?
Placements can be paid and unpaid. For paid placements, there is no set rate of pay. However, the standard expectation is that you will be paid no less than the minimum state wage as agreed by the Government at the time of your placement. Ask your Placement Officer for the current rate. Some employers will pay more, which is entirely at their own discretion. Plan ahead and budget on the basis that you will receive the minimum state wage. If you are going on aninternational placement, make sure you can afford the extra costs involved. Once you receive the minimum state wage, your Placement Officer will not be in a position to recommend a higher wage for you. For unpaid placements, students will be expected to work three days per week i.e. 22 – 24 hours per week and their employers will be advised not to expect these students to work longer than 24 hours per week. At the beginning of an unpaid placement, students and their work placement supervisor should outline on which days of the week, the student should be present in the organisation.

What do I need to know about Health and Safety?

Background Information
Your safety and health on placement is covered by the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. This Act imposes duties on employers and employees and there are four main areas covered:

  • A safe place of work
  • Safe plant and equipment
  • Safe working procedures
  • Information, consultation and training

Every organisation must have a Safety Statement, which describes the programme of action in place to ensure the safety, health and welfare of employees. This document must be available for examination by employees.

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Students on Work Placement

  • As a placement student, you are owed a duty of care like all other employees.
  • When you start work, your induction course will cover health and safety aspects of your workplace.
  • Ask to see a copy of the Safety Statement and read it carefully.
  • Be familiar with the safety rules, especially:
    • The layout of the building
    • The emergency evacuation plan
    • The location of fire-fighting equipment and how it works
    • First Aid arrangements
    • Relevant numbers to contact in an emergency
  • Make sure you have a complete set of Personal Protective Equipment (if relevant) and know how to use it.
  • If you identify a safety hazard, bring it to the attention of your work placement supervisor.
  • Avoid behaviour or activities that may harm you or others working with you.
  • If you experience incidents of bullying or harassment, report this to your work placement supervisor or, if necessary, to a higher authority in the organisation.
  • Finally:
    • Work safely
    • Never take risks
    • If not sure - ask
    • If still unsure, call your Placement Officer or Academic Supervisor
  • Remember that the provision of a safe, healthy workplace is a legal requirement and that managers and employees may be prosecuted for non-compliance.

What holidays will I be entitled to?
Your holiday entitlement is covered by the Organisation of Work Time Act 1997. For each month of placement, you will work up holiday leave. Ask your Work Placement Supervisor or the Human Resources Department about your holiday entitlement, as well as the arrangements for how to book holiday leave. If it is normal practice for a organisation to have a holiday close-down during the Summer, then you may have no option but to take holidays at that time, along with all other employees.

What about time off if I have to repeat exams?

If you have to repeat exams, you must follow the procedures below:

  • Arrange a meeting with your Work Placement Supervisor immediately, to request and agree time off for study and for exam re-sits. At this stage, you should also agree the return date to work.
  • You are allowed one day's study leave plus the day of the exam, for each subject being repeated.These days are taken from your holiday entitlement. Any additional time taken must be agreed with your Work Placement Supervisor, Academic Supervisor and Placement Officer and this leave will be unpaid.
  • Blanket study leave is not allowed, regardless of the number of exams you have to repeat.
  • You are not, under any circumstances, allowed to study during work time.
  • Inform your Work Placement Supervisor as soon as you know the specific dates that you will need to take off for your re-sits. Remind your Work Placement Supervisor of these dates closer to the time.
  • You must return to work immediately after exams to complete your placement.

Will I have an exit interview with my employer?
At the end of Placement, you are encouraged to have an exit interview with your Work Placement Supervisor and/or a representative from the Human Resources Department.

This is an opportunity to get feedback on how you performed during placement and to give feedback on your placement experience. It is an ideal chance for your Work Placement Supervisor to discuss and complete the Student Performance Appraisal form, which evaluates your overall performance and which is used as part of yourAcademic Assessment. Your Work Placement Supervisor is asked to highlight the skills you have learned and to help you identify those that will benefit from further development.

This is also a good time to ask about future graduate vacancies and to express your interest in them. Make sure to ask your Work Placement Supervisor for permission to use his/her name as a referee on your CV. Agree that you will keep in touch, so that he/she will remember you, when it comes to giving a reference!

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If you have a final year project that you could complete on behalf of your organisation, you should have discussed this with your Work Placement Supervisor during the placement visit. Now, at the exit interview, you can discuss it further and, if appropriate, agree on how to bring the project forward.


For most programmes, you are required to give a short presentation about your placement experience, either during the academic visit or, more usually, on your return to college. This presentation will form part of the academic assessment of your placement. Your Academic Supervisor will advise you of the specific requirements for your programme.

What is the Placement Debrief?
The Placement Officer will meet with you after you return to college to have a debriefing session on your placement. You will have a chance to give feedback on your company, the work you did, as well as your overall experience. This will be valuable in helping us develop the programme in the future. At this meeting, you will be encouraged to relate and apply the knowledge gained during placement to your college studies and to build on the self-confidence you developed in the workplace. Advice will be given on how toupdate your CVwith your placement work experience, so that you have it ready to send to graduate employers. And you will be encouraged to think about what you would like to do after college and to consider yourgraduate options.

Why should I update my CV?
After you finish your placement, it is an ideal time to update your CV with your placement work experience. This may be the first job you have had that is relevant to your course. So, it is a very valuable addition to your CV and will be significant in attracting potential employers in the future.

To update your CV, look back through your Learning Journal and Self Assessment Essay to remind yourself of the skills and abilities you developed during placement. This will include skills that are specific to your course and also personal or 'transferable skills' e.g. communication or problem-solving skills. Summarise and highlight these skills, taking time to word the content carefully, so that it makes the most of your work experience. Include your main duties and responsibilities, any training completed, achievements or recognition received as well as any initiatives taken by you in the workplace.

What is involved in Networking?
When you were in the workplace, we advised you tomake the most of your placement, by getting to know the people in your team and also those in other departments in the business. This is what we call networking. Over the past few months, you made many friends in your organisation and it is important to keep in touch with these people and to start off a network of contacts within your industry area. Often, your work colleagues are a valuable source of information on graduate jobs and may be of help to you in the future. During theExit Interviewat the end of placement, you asked your Work Placement Supervisor for permission to use their name as a work referee on your CV. Keep in contact with this person, as you will want him/her to remember you, when it comes to giving a reference! If you have a final year project that you could complete on behalf of your company, this is an excellent way to keep the contacts alive and to build on the good work relationships you developed during Placement.

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What options do I have after I graduate?
Most students go on Work Placement at the end of third year and return to college for their final year. Once back on campus, it is time for you to think about what you would like to do after graduation - the main options are to look for a graduate job or to do further study.

If you are interested in getting a job, the Career Services office organises a number of events on campus, such as the Job Roadshows, which runs from November through to February and the Recruitment Fairs, which are held in October and March. At these events, you can meet employers and get information on graduate vacancies or graduate training programmes. Applications for some training courses must be made in early October, so it is important that you find out about these well in advance. Alternatively, if you are interested in postgraduate study, the Careers Service organises a Postgrad Fair in February, where you can get details on all the relevant courses available in Ireland. We also give a presentation on Postgrad Options in the US, which is held in early October. Applications for courses in the US or UK must be made in late October/ early November. For most courses in Ireland, applications are made in February.


Disability Support Service
If you are registered with the Disability Support Service (DSS), you might like to get some help and advice, as you participate in the Work Placement process.

Your Work Placement Manager will work closely with the Disability Support Service to help you prepare for Work Placement and support you during your placement. You can get additional help in the following areas:

  • Disclosing your disability to a potential employer
  • Preparing for the workplace

Individual guidance and support is available to you at each stage of the Placement process. Also, the Disability Support Service supports employers with advice and information on disability issues.

For further information please contact your placement supervisor or theDisabilitySupport Office.

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Is University College Cork hard to get into? ›

But still, it is a dream for many international students to get admission in UCC, Dublin. Every year, around 3,250 seats are allotted for undergraduate course and 2,500 seats for postgraduate courses. University College Cork (UCC) acceptance rate is 41%.

Is University College Cork worth it? ›

First of all its one of the best universities in the world with top class faculties and the university has the best research output. Secondly, less investment and just 1 year course with 2 years post study work permit and high chances of sponsorship.

What is the acceptance rate for University College Cork? ›

UCC's acceptance rate is 41% and a wide variety of UCC degrees also provide placements with top national and international companies.

What GPA do you need to get into University College Cork? ›

Postgraduate Entry Requirements
ProgrammeQualification RequiredEquivalent
Postgraduate ProgrammesBachelor DegreeMinimum CGPA of 3.7 GPA on a 4 point scale

What is the number 1 hardest college to get into? ›

The 25 Hardest Colleges to Get Into in 2023
  • 1) Harvard University.
  • 2) Columbia University.
  • 3) Caltech.
  • 4) Stanford University.
  • 5) MIT.
  • 6) Princeton University.
  • 7) Yale University.
  • 8) Brown University.
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What is the 2nd hardest college to get into? ›

Top 10 Hardest Colleges to Get Into
SchoolLocationAcceptance Rate (Class of 2026)
1. HarvardCambridge, MA3.19%
2. ColumbiaNew York, NY3.73%
3. CaltechPasadena, CA3.92%*
4. StanfordStanford, CA3.95%*
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What is the number one college in Ireland? ›

1. Trinity College Dublin (TCD)

What are the hardest college courses in Ireland? ›

Technology and computing courses are proving to be the hardest to complete in college, a major new study has found. The report from the Higher Education Authority (HEA) also found that females had significantly higher completion of third-level courses than males.

What is the most popular college course in Ireland? ›

Following are the best courses in Ireland.
  • Business Analytics in Ireland.
  • Data Analytics/ Big Data In Ireland.
  • Software Engineering in Ireland.
  • Computer Science in Ireland.
  • Banking & Finance in Ireland.
  • Medicine in Ireland.
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Best Courses in Ireland.

Is UCC Cork a good university? ›

UCC's top ranking pillars are International Outlook at 168 and Citations (Research Impact) at 252 globally. UCC continues to be the top Irish university for Research Impact as measured by this ranking.

What is the easiest college to get into in Ireland? ›

The easiest college to get into in Ireland is Maynooth University with an acceptance rate of 73%. Following is the University of Limerick with an acceptance rate of 70%.

What is the hardest university to get into in BC? ›

McMaster University has some of the toughest admission requirements of any school in Canada. Students need to have a minimum grade average of 88% or higher in order to be considered for admission. In recent years, the acceptance rate of McMaster University has also dropped quite a bit from above 50% to 44% in 2020.

What is a good GPA in Ireland? ›

Secondary School
GradeScaleGrade Description
A85.00 - 100.00Excellent
B70.00 - 84.99Very Good
C55.00 - 69.99Good
D40.00 - 54.99Satisfactory
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Can I go to university with a 2.5 GPA? ›

A 2.5 GPA corresponds to a C average, making it a common starting GPA for many colleges and universities, even some more competitive institutions — though acceptance at that level would be a long shot.

Can you get into college with a 2.3 GPA? ›

With a 2.3 GPA, admission in 4-year colleges or universities will be difficult. However, you can take a closer look at institutions such as Livingstone College, Southern Vermont College, and Southern University at New Orleans, all three of which accept students with an average GPA of 2.3-2.4.

What GPA is required for Harvard? ›

You should also have a 4.18 GPA or higher. If your GPA is lower than this, you need to compensate with a higher SAT/ACT score. For a school as selective as Harvard, you'll also need to impress them with the rest of your application.

What is the hardest degree to get? ›

What are the hardest degree subjects?
  • Aerospace Engineering. Aerospace Engineers study the design, manufacturing and testing of aircrafts. ...
  • Architecture. Architecture is one of those degrees that we wish was easy. ...
  • Pharmacy. ...
  • Psychology. ...
  • Statistics. ...
  • Nursing. ...
  • Physics. ...
  • Astrophysics.

What is the hardest major? ›

Top 15 Hardest College Majors Table of Contents
  • Chemistry.
  • Environmental Economics and Policy.
  • Environmental Earth Science.
  • American Studies.
  • Nuclear Engineering.
  • Energy Engineering.
  • Astrophysics.
  • Applied Mathematics.
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What is the lowest GPA a college has accepted? ›

Unofficially, 2.0 is the lowest GPA accepted into a standard college, so while there's a chance that college admission is possible, it's not likely at more than a few institutions.

What is the lowest GPA to get into a good college? ›

Typically, colleges will not accept a GPA below 2.0 to a four-year program, but there are options for students with a GPA lower than this to succeed in being accepted. 3. Can I still improve my GPA?

What is the coldest college? ›

With an average annual snowfall of 118 inches, Syracuse University tops the list.

How many Americans study in Ireland? ›

An Overview of US Study Abroad in Ireland

In academic year 2016/17, an estimated 11,912 US students studying abroad in Ireland.

How much is college in Ireland for an American? ›

Postgraduates applying from outside the EU/EEA
UniversityAverage fees [USD] (note: some courses may fall outside this range)
University College DublinUSD 15,473 – USD 27,789
National University of IrelandUSD 7,936 – USD 25,140
University College CorkUSD 15,789 – USD 23,789
Dublin City UniversityUSD 17,894
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Jun 2, 2022

Is Ireland worth studying? ›

Ireland has one of the best education systems in the world and there are many reasons to study here. Schools and universities are globally connected and graduates of Irish education institutions have access to opportunities in many different careers all over the world.

Which country has toughest education? ›

Following countries are well known for their toughest education system across the globe:
  • South Korea.
  • Japan.
  • Singapore.
  • Hong Kong.
  • Finland.

Is a 60 in college good in Ireland? ›

In Ireland's higher educational system, the common grading system varies a lot. It depends on the institution and the course. The majority of universities, colleges, and schools have their own grading system.
Leaving Certificate (2017+)
GradeScaleUS Grade
H370 – 79B
H460 – 69B-
H550 – 59C
H640 – 49D
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What are the disadvantages of studying in Ireland? ›

The drawbacks of studying in Ireland
  • Introduction. Foreign countries like the United Kingdom, United States, Ireland, Russia and France are all known for their comprehensive and inclusive education opportunities. ...
  • Weather difference. ...
  • The hurry burry life. ...
  • Food indifferences. ...
  • Conclusion.
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Which course is best for job in Ireland? ›

The top courses in Ireland are:
  • Business Analytics.
  • Investment Banking and Finance.
  • Big Data / Data Science.
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences.
  • Construction.

Which city is best to study in Ireland? ›

City 1: Dublin

Dublin, the capital of Ireland is the largest city in the country. It is known for being a student-friendly city with four Universities and many colleges. The city ranks 16th in the world for student mix as per the QS Best Student Cities 2023 and ranks in the top 50 best student cities in the world.

What degrees make the most money in Ireland? ›

What Degree Pays Most in Ireland?
  • Degree Type. Potential Annual Salary.
  • Engineering. €63,641 to €87,000 per year.
  • Architecture. €60,000 to €87,000 per year.
  • Law. €40,000 to €87,764 per year.
  • Computer Science. €45,000 to €103,000 per year.
  • Finance. €40,000 to €64,000 per year.

What is the GPA scale for UCC? ›

Grading Scale
Raw ScoreGradeGrade Point
80 – 100A4.0
75 – 79B+3.5
70 – 74B3.0
65 – 69C+2.5
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What GPA is first class in UCC? ›

UCC Degree Classification
1st Class3.6 – 4.0
2nd Class [Upper Division]3.0 – 3.5
2nd Class [Lower Division]2.5 – 2.9
3rd Class Division2.0 – 2.4
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What grades are needed in UCC? ›

Applicants should have a minimum of grade 4 at the Higher Level in three (3) subjects relevant to the programme of choice (minimum of grade 5 for Health and Allied Sciences). Applicants should, in addition, have a minimum of grade 4 in English/Literature and Mathematics (SL).

Can a US citizen go to college in Ireland? ›

If you're a student from United States, you'll need the Study Visa - Visa Type D to study in Ireland. This visa is made specifically for students like you who are ready to begin their study abroad adventure in Ireland.

Is college free in Ireland for American students? ›

All international students (both EU/EEA and non-EU/EEA citizens) have to pay a student contribution fee of maximum 3,000 EUR/year for student services, like examination entries and support for clubs and societies. The fee varies from one university to another, and it can change every year.

Is it better to study in Canada or Ireland? ›

Ireland has one of the best education systems in Europe. Their education system is divided into different categories like primary, secondary, third level, and further education. On the other hand, after the US and the UK, Canada has some of the highest-ranking universities in the world.

What is the Harvard of Canada? ›

McGill University is Canada's second finest university, trailing only Toronto. This reflects in McGill University's status as Canada's Harvard and Toronto University's status as the country's Oxford.

What is the lowest GPA Columbia has accepted? ›

You must have at least a 3.2 cumulative GPA to be eligible. 6) Are letters of recommendation required? Yes. We require two letters of recommendation to be submitted through the application website.

Is Columbia easier to get into than Harvard? ›

Determining the easiest and hardest Ivy League school is subjective because each school specializes in certain areas, making getting into specific programs or majors harder or easier than others.
Ivy League Class of 2026 Acceptance Rates.
IviesAcceptance Rate
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What is the average GPA in America? ›

What is the average GPA? The average GPA across all U.S. high schools is 3.0 while the average GPA across all U.S. colleges is 3.1. These numbers will vary significantly between school districts and colleges.

What grade is 70 percent in Ireland college? ›

Grading system at higher education level
International scaleDescriptionPercentage grade
A (excellent)First Class Honours70% or above
B (very good, with few errors)Upper Second Class Honours69% - 60%
C (good, with some errors)Lower Second Class Honours59% - 50%
D (satisfactory, with many errors)Third Class Honours49% - 45%
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Is 65 a good grade in Ireland? ›

A Distinction is awarded to students who achieve a grade of 85.00 to 100.00, a Merit is awarded to students who achieve a grade of 70.00 to 84.00, and a Pass is awarded to students who achieve a grade of 60.00 to 69.00.

Do colleges accept 1.5 GPA? ›

Sadly, a 1.5GPA entails that there are no colleges that you can use as safety schools, so you will be taking a risk no matter where you apply. The only way to increase your chances is by raising your GPA. Go through the next section and search any school of your preference to see what your odds of acceptance are.

What college accepts a 2.7 GPA? ›

What colleges can I get into with a 2.7 GPA? Take a look at all of your options for a 2.7 GPA, including National Louis University, the University of South Carolina, and the University of Arkansas at Monticello, all of which accept students with an average GPA of 2.7.

Do universities accept lower grades? ›

Yes, some universities lower course entry requirements but not all. This will depend on the university and the course.

How can I raise my GPA fast? ›

How to raise your GPA
  1. Avoid classes you don't need.
  2. Meet with a tutor.
  3. Speak with your instructors.
  4. Set goals for yourself.
  5. Turn in assignments on time.
  6. Join a study group.
  7. Study topics as you go.
  8. Improve note-taking skills.
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Do colleges accept 1.9 GPA? ›

The answer is No. The national average for a GPA is around 3.0 and a 1.9 GPA puts you below that average. A 1.9 GPA means that you've gotten only C-s and D+s in your high school classes so far. Since this GPA is significantly below a 2.0, it will make things very difficult for you in the college application process.

Will colleges accept a 2.9 GPA? ›

A 2.9 GPA also means that you can apply to a number of colleges and universities and can reasonably expect admission to a sampling of them. Remember as well that a 3.0 GPA is the national average for high school graduates and attaining that figure will make your application even more marketable.

How do you get to University College Cork? ›

To get to UCC, use city buses No 205 ('CIT/Rossa Avenue') or No 208 ('Bishopstown') from the bus station or at nearby St Patrick Street (outside Debenhams). The bus stop code for UCC (College Road) is 241741. Bus routes serving UCC map. Also see Train and Bus to UCC map or the National Journey Planner.

What is the hardest degree in Ireland? ›

What are the hardest degree subjects? The hardest degree subjects are Aerospace Engineering, Law, Chartered Accountancy, Architecture, Chemistry, Medicine, Pharmacy, Psychology, Statistics, Nursing, Physics, Astrophysics, Biomedical Engineering, Astronomy, and Dentistry.

Do you need to pass Irish to get into college? ›

Generally, a minimum grade of O6/H7 in Leaving Certificate Irish is required for all applicants born in Ireland.

How much is the 205 bus in Cork? ›

Bus Éireann 205 (Munster Technological University - Outside Kent Station Cork) ride fare is about €1.55.

What is the best degree to get in Ireland? ›

The best courses in Ireland for Indian students include business analytics, data science, software engineering, banking & finance, pharmaceutical sciences etc.

Are the Irish well educated? ›

According to the 2022 US News rankings, Ireland is among the top twenty best countries for education.

Which is the toughest degree in world? ›

Based on that, the toughest degrees are:
  • Chartered Accountancy.
  • Astrophysics.
  • Quantum Mechanics.
  • Law.
  • Aerospace/ Aeronautical Studies, Engineering.
  • Biomedical Studies, Neurosciences, Biochemistry.
  • Nursing.
  • Dentistry, Medicine.
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