Griffith University Ireland Degree Programs – CLTC Higher Education

CLTC Higher Education

+94 077 056 56 16

contact@cltchighereducation.com

Short Courses usually few weeks/months (200 & upwards Euro/Yr)

Professional Qualifications

Undergraduate Degrees 3 Years (12,000Euro/Yr)

Postgraduate Degrees 1 or 2 Years (14,000Euro/Yr)

Eligibility

Majors in English Medium:

a. International citizens.

b. No criminal record.

c. Be in good health.

d. High school graduate or above.

e. Have passing AL results.

f.  As a mandatory condition, your passport needs to be valid for 12 months i.e., after your proposed date of arrival in Ireland

Application Material To Provided

1. Application Form for Prospective Students. Scholarship Application Form. 

2. Photocopy of valid passport.(Info page & visa pages) 
With name, passport number & expiration date, and photo included.

3. Passport photo.
A recent passport-sized photo of the applicant. White background.

4. Medical Examination Form if embassy requires usually not required.

5. English medium letter from school for IELTS exemption/IELTS results.

6. Certification of no criminal record / Police Clearance.
You can get this documents from your local police office.

7. Income Certificate of Financial Supporter, If applicant below 18years need letter of guardian .

8. Certified/Notarized final A/L Or O/L Results Or Degree or Diploma and School Transcript from Grade 9-12.

9. A short video of self Introduction & personal statement document.

10. Reference/Recommendation letter from school.

11. The score of an English language proficiency test such as IELTs

12. Proof of fee payment (this can either be a valid receipt showing course fees has been lodged to an approved student fee payment service or of the copy of Electronic Transfer of Funds by the applicant to the Irish bank of the university or college

13. Evidence of funds (€7,000) to provide your living expenses for the duration of your course

14. Evidence that accounts for any gaps in your educational history (if any)

15. Medical insurance details

16. You might also be asked to provide with your biometric information as part of the application process

17. A statement of your commitment that you’ll leave Ireland on the expiry of your visa

If any of your document is not in English/Irish, then it must include a full translation. Also, each of the translated document must consist of:

18. A translator confirmation as evidence of accurate translation of the original document submitted;

19. The translation date;

20. The full name and signature of the translator; and

21. The contact details of your translator

To apply for your study visa, you will generally need:

  • A current passport or other valid travel documentation
  • Letter of acceptance from a recognised Irish institution
  • As a mandatory condition, your passport needs to be valid for 12 months i.e., after your proposed date of arrival in Ireland
  • Passport-sized colour photographs
  • The score of an English language proficiency test such as IELTS
  • Proof of fee payment (this can either be a valid receipt showing course fees has been lodged to an approved student fee payment service or of the copy of Electronic Transfer of Funds by the applicant to the Irish bank of the university or college
  • Evidence of funds (€7,000) to provide your living expenses for the duration of your course
  • Evidence that accounts for any gaps in your educational history (if any)
  • Medical insurance details
  • You might also be asked to provide with your biometric information as part of the application process
  • A statement of your commitment that you’ll leave Ireland on the expiry of your visa
  • For ‘C’ visa you need application summary sheets and proof of your return home as attested documents
  • Evidence of academic ability to pursue your chosen course

You may also have to appear for a personal interview at the Ireland embassy or consulate.

If any of your document is not in English/Irish, then it must include a full translation. Also, each of the translated document must consist of:

  • A translator confirmation as evidence of accurate translation of the original document submitted;
  • The translation date;
  • The full name and signature of the translator; and
  • The contact details of your translator

When can you apply?

You can apply for a study visa up to three months before your travel date to Ireland. But, if you plan to visit another state before you travel to Ireland, then you must possess a relevant visa for that state in your passport before you apply for an Irish visa. 2 Intakes usually available on September & February each year and deadline is Aug 10th where sometimes deadlines get extended without any notice or update so best to fill application form and contact us to know for sure.

Applying for your visa online

You can apply for your student visa application online using the Irish Government’s official website. You can apply up to three months before your intended date of travel to Ireland. Remember, your application date is the date when your application fee is paid.

How can CLTC Higher Education help in your visa application?

If you’re an CLTC Higher Education student with an offer letter from any of our partner institutions in Ireland, we can advise you on how to go about the entire process. Our team of experts will direct you to the official websites and to authorised immigration representatives to ensure you have the latest applications forms and guidance. 

Visa fee

As an applicant from Sri Lanka, you are exempted from paying visa fees. Subject to change by relevant authorities.

(Source: http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/fees)

English language requirements

To gain your study visa for Ireland, you’ll have to provide evidence of proficiency in the English language. This usually means passing a secure English language test to be able to prove your communication and correspondence skills.

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the world’s most popular high-stakes English language proficiency test for study, work and migration, with more than three million tests taken in the past year. The IELTS results are recognised by more than 10,000 organisations, including educational institutions, employers, professional associations and governments, in 140 countries around the world.

A minimum score of 5.0 band is required in IELTS to apply for an Irish study visa.

(Know more about IELTS)

Since Ireland does not have an embassy in Sri Lanka, interested students can contact the Irish Embassy, Consulate General or Honorary Consulate in India. Support can be taken via Sri Lanka Consulate as well.

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