Ireland has cemented his position as an emerging global leader of education. The country has magnetized the international students of different countries to pursue their higher studies in Irish universities. International students having one year full-time study in Irish university and his qualification is related to the department of education and skill then the candidate can obtain the work permit to work in Ireland. The international students should reside in Ireland after the completion of their study. Ireland has better employment opportunities.
The students from Irish universities can seek employment under the Irish third level graduate scheme. This scheme allows the graduates of non-European countries to reside in Ireland for job opportunities or to get the green card. During the approved stay under this scheme, the student can able to work full-time i.e. 40 hours in a week. This scheme is not renewable.
Third level graduate scheme:
The system allows the students of non-EU/EEA who have completed their graduation in the Irish universities can remain in Ireland for one year to seek employment. There are several eligibility criteria for this concern.
- The students having bachelor’s degree, masters degree and the PhD degree are eligible for this scheme
- Irish employer will recruit the students who are able to work up to 40 hours in a week.
- The student must have a valid GNIB card which has an extension period of one year.
- The student must have a valid passport and other travel docu
- The applicant should show the letter from his university which indicating that the student has completed his graduation and able to take part under the scheme.
- The student has to pay €300 by credit/debit card.
After one year of third level graduate scheme the student may able to get the work permit or green card in Ireland.