|National University of Ireland
|State Exams Commission – www.examinations.ie
|Department of Education and Skills
|QQI – Quality and Qualifications Ireland (includes FETAC)
|UCAS – Universities & Colleges Admissions Service for the UK.
|AHEAD – Association for Higher Education Access and Disability
|Student Universal Support Ireland – SUSI
|studentfinance.ie – An Initiative of the Higher Education Authority (HEA)
|Institute of Guidance Counsellors
|AONTAS – The National Adult Learning Organisation
|Nursing Careers Centre (managed by An Bord Altranais)
|Postgraduate Applications Centre (PAC)
|National Framework of Qualifications
|Careers and Education News
|STEPS – The Science, Engineering and Technology Programme for Schools
|ScoilNet – Ireland’s official education web site.
|National Centre for Technology in Education (NCTE)
– established under the aegis of the Department of Education and Science.
– This new centre has a wide remit in the area of information and communications technologies (ICTs) and education.
|Smart Futures is an information resource for careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) for students, parents, teachers and guidance counsellors.
Managed by the government agency, Science Foundation Ireland.
|America – Colleges Board
|The College Board is a not-for-profit membership association whose mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity. It was created to expand access to higher education. Each year, the College Board helps more than seven million students prepare for a successful transition to college through programs and services in college readiness and college success — including the SAT and the Advanced Placement Program. The organization also serves the education community through research and advocacy on behalf of students, educators and schools.
|America – Graduate Schools
|The Education Index at phds.org is a comprehensive and informative resource that systematically sorts out the available undergraduate and graduate programs available today in the U.S.
|America – Study in the US
|The Education USA service, which is based in the Fulbright Commission, is Ireland’s primary and official source of information on educational opportunities in the US. It aims to provide accurate, unbiased information about all accredited US higher educational institutions.
|Australia – Study Options
|Study Options is a free advice and application support service for people looking to study in Australia and New Zealand. They are the official UK and Irish representative of Australian and New Zealand universities.
|Australia – Study in Australia
|This is the official Australian Government website for international students. Use this site to search for courses, institutions and scholarships, read about studying and living in Australia.
|Australia – My Future
|My future is Australia’s national career information and exploration service, helping people to make career decisions, plan career pathways and manage work transitions.
|Central Europe – IMS
|International Medicine Studies (IMS) provides recruitment and support services to international students. IMS specializes in placing foreign students in Veterinary Medicine, Medical, Dentistry, and Pharmaceutical programmes (taught in English) at European accredited universities.
|Denmark – Study in Denmark
|The rules for studying in Europe vary from country to country and can be dependent upon where you come from. To help to try and answer students’ questions about studying in Europe, educations.com has written a series of European country Study Guides. The Study in Denmark guide has plenty of useful information and facts about studying in Denmark.
|EURAXES is part of an initiative involving both the European Commision and countries participating in the European Union’s Framework Programmes for Research. The EURAXESS Services Centre helps researchers and their family to plan and organise their move to a foreign country, providing help in all matters related to mobility. All services of the EURAXESS Network are free. EURAXESS Ireland provides free advice and guidance to researchers moving to or from Ireland to develop their research career.
|European University Central Application Suppport Service – EUNICAS
|Eunicas is an independent application support service. It has been set up to assist the growing numbers of UK and Irish students who are unable to access their preferred university course at home. It also helps students whose main objective is to study abroad. The website has information on over 240 universities across Continental Europe which offer over 850 degree programmes that are delivered through the English language. A number of these programmes are offered in leading European Universities. Entry requirements in many European universities are generally lower than those for Irish (and UK universities. Many of the courses do not have any tuition fees while others charge considerably less than the registration fees charged at Irish Universities.
|Euroguidance is a European network of national resource and information centres for guidance. Euroguidance promotes mobility, helping guidance counsellors and individuals to better understand the opportunities available to European citizens throughout Europe. Euroguidance centres operate in about 34 countries.
|Europass is an initiative which aims to help people make their skills and qualifications clearly and easily understood in Europe, thus facilitating the mobility of both learners and workers. The Europass documents have been designed in such a way as to help people chronicle their skills and competences in a coherent manner, whether they are planning to enroll in an education or training programme, looking for a job, or getting experience abroad.
|European Qualifications Framework – EQF
|The European Qualifications Framework (EQF) is a European-wide qualifications framework which joins the qualifications of different EU members together. In a way, it is a translation of different national qualifications, which makes qualifications in different EU countries easier to understand. The EQF aims to facilitate mobility of students and workers within the EU in order to encourage development of a mobile and flexible workforce throughout Europe and to help develop lifelong learning.
|Finland – Discover Finland
|Whether you are planning to do studies, practical training, or a youth exchange in Finland, this site gives you all the information that you need to get started.
|France – Campus France
|Campus France Agency is a public institution (EPIC) in charge of promoting higher education and managing the reception and international mobility of students, researchers, experts and guests
|France – CNOUS
|CNOUS aims to improve students’ lives in many ways, including food services, housing, grants, social and cultural activities, and international mobility.
|France – Study in France
|Campus France’s catalogue of postsecondary programmes taught in English. It includes nearly 700 programs designed for English-speaking students.
|Holland – nuffic
|Nuffic is the Netherlands organisation for international cooperation in higher education.
|Hungary – Avicenna
|Avicenna is one of the most prestigious colleges in Europe. It has helped more than 3000 students to get into the university of their choice. It offers preparatory programs, which not only teach students the core subjects expected at the entrance examinations, but also introduces them to the main topics which will be dealt with during their university studies.
|Hungary – Study in Hungary
|Information about courses through English in the fields of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Veterinary Science and Physiotherapy, Psychology, Basic Liberal Art Studies and various disciplines of Health Care available in Hungary.
Irish representative: Dr Timothy O’Leary Phone: 028 28 197
Address: Fastnet View House, Gubben, Schull, Co.Cork
|Hungary – University of Debrecen Medical School
|The University of Debrecen in Hungary is becoming increasingly popular with international students as they discover its high-quality education, recognition of its degrees and affordable university tuition fees and living expenses. Courses include Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacology, Public Health, Physiotherapy.
|Italy – Study in Italy
|Study in Italy is a valuable information tool for students wishing to attend higher education (H.Ed.) programmes in Italy, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
|The international student guide to education and study in Latvia.
|Learnabroad.ie is an independent service for anyone looking to study postgraduate programmes abroad.
|Study Options is a free, independent, expert service for anyone looking to study in Australia or New Zealand.
|PLOTEUS aims to help students, job seekers, workers, parents, guidance counsellors and teachers to find out information about studying in Europe.
|Poland – Education in Poland
|Information on programmes in Polish universities taught in English.
|PromoDoc is a project funded by the European Commission which focuses on the promotion of european higher education at the doctoral level.
|Information on universities, courses, funding and fees in Scotland.
|Spain – Find a College
|This website will help you make informed decisions about studying in Spain. Information on universities, postgraduate studies and undergraduate degrees, tuition fees, language, financial assistance etc.
|Studying in Europe, Euroguidance
|A network of centres linking together the Careers Guidance systems in Europe. euroguidance promotes mobility, helping guidance counsellors and individuals to better understand the opportunities available to European citizens throughout Europe.
|UK – Comparing Qualifications in the UK and Ireland
|A guide to comparing qualifications in the UK and Ireland.
|UK – Courses and Colleges
|The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. Everything you need to know about studying in the UK and Northern Ireland.
|UK – Studying in the UK
|Information including Northern Ireland on studying in the UK.