Application for courses outside Ireland
University courses run from early March to late November. The year is divided into two semesters.
For most universities, applications close one month prior to the commencement of classes. Remember that places are limited in all programmes, especially popular degrees and, most importantly, that Irish students need to apply for a student visa: from start to finish, the Australian student visa process can take up to three months
For most of the medicine, dentistry and veterinary science programmes in Central Europe, students have to sit Entrance Examinations. These are usually held in Ireland, in April [or for late applicants, in July or August] but you should check with the relevant university, or their Irish representative. Where there is an earlier exam, it is recommended that you attend the first sitting
The application deadline is March 15 for a course start in September. Admission is handled through The Danish Coordinated Application System. You can apply via optagelse.dk .
You apply for admission to a programme using Studielink, the national on-line application and registration system for higher education in the Netherlands.
Based on information provided by you, a university decides whether you meet the admission requirements of the programme of your choice. Different universities have different ways of handling your application hereafter. Application deadlines vary per programme though usually they are in the period 01 March until 30 June.
To apply for an undergraduate degree programme, you should use the online application system at www.studera.nu, which processes your application. Application deadlines may vary but are usually set in mid-January for the following autumn term.
European University Central Application Support ServiceEunicas is a low-cost and independent application support service for students looking to join undergraduate degree programmes in Europe. www.eunicas.ie
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