How much can you earn in Ireland?
Graduate salary per month
€2,000 - €2,500
Minimum wages (part time)
If students work part time
for 20 hours per week, approximately €816 per month can be earned
Work Placements / Internship salary
€150 - €200 per week
What costs are needed?
Generally parents need to prepare:
University tuition fees per year
€9,000 - €22,000
If you live in Dublin, your accommodation and living expenses per year would range from €9,000 - €14,000
If you live in other cities or towns in Ireland, your accommodation and living expenses per year would range from €7,000 - €10,000
Other costs include:
IRP (Irish Residence Permit) fee per year
Student insurance per year
€160 ~ €500
One way flight ticket to Ireland
€500 - €650
As every college and city would result in different costs, we suggest you talk to us here.
All the financials info provided on this page are based on estimation and experiences of international students in Ireland. Cost of living, accommodation and tuition fees are still largely dependable on the students' own choices.
Get leap card and enjoy student friendly transport prices
30 Days bus fare for students: €80
One return train ticket in Ireland: €15 - €25
Prepaid / Top up mobile - no need to sign up contract for internet usage!
€20.00 -With unlimited internet data usage for 28 days
Weekday price: €5.00
Regular price: €8.00
regular meal set
With student discount: €5.00
€12.00 - €25.00 in retail stores such as Penny's, H&M
Ladies haircut €15.00
Gents haircut €7.50
Second hand bicycle
Save all the public bus costs!
€50.00 - €70.00
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