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What is the cost of studying abroad in Ireland?

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    Institute of Technology Carlow

    Institute of Technology Carlow

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    Ireland can vary depending on where you go, which institution you choose and which city you choose to live in, and Carlow a little bit cheaper for cost of living, you need to budget in the region of 7000 euro per year and cost of programs in Carlow is 10000 euro for undergraduate and eleven thousand for postgraduate. So pretty competitive. So all in all, you need to budget in the region of seventeen eighteen thousands per year to study in Carlow.

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    University of Limerick

    University of Limerick

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    Cost varies by course and by city, but the average is around nineteen thousand to thirty thousand euros per year. In Limerick, for example, the average tuition fee is approximately 12000 euros and the living cost is around seven thousand euros. So Limerick is at the lower end, whereas if you study in somewhere like Dublin, the cost can be slightly higher, but you can work part time to offset costs and there's scholarships available.

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