Do you need a visa?
Students from some countries do not need a visa to come to Ireland. Contact your local Irish Embassy or Consular Office for further information about this. Check here if you require a visa to study in Ireland.
You apply for your visa to travel to Ireland online and then submit all your supporting documents to your nearest Embassy or Visa Facilitation Service
Irish Visa Application Process
Once you confirm your place with payment of fees, DIFC will issue you a Final Acceptance Letter. When you receive this Letter, you should apply for your visa to travel to Ireland.
Irish Visa Guidelines
Please read carefully the Irish Student Visa Guidelines checklist to help you to prepare your application. It is very important that your provide full supporting documents with your visa application.
DIFC Visa Support
DIFC Head Office can help you to prepare your visa application. We will go through with you step-by-step what is needed and assist you in collating your letters and supporting evidence.
Online Visa Application Form
The first step to your visa application is to complete the online visa application form. You then have 30 days to submit your visa application to the Embassy or Visa Facilitation Service.
UK Visa Application Process
Once you have studied at DIFC for one year and have obtained an offer letter from an NCUK Partner University in the UK, you can apply for a UK Visa at the British Embassy.
Read more over at UK Visas