Irish universities are well-known for their research capabilities, and chances are high that your credentials will be recognized almost anywhere in the world. Many universities also provide internship opportunities to help students acquire practical experience in their field of study.
You must first pick which Ireland study visa you should apply for before you decide to study in Ireland. There are two categories of student visas for Ireland You’ll need to apply for a ‘C study visa’ if you plan on studying in Ireland for fewer than three months. The short-stay C visa is usually a training visa that allows you to come to Ireland for a duration of 90 days to participate in a work or professional development training program. While on this training visa, you are not allowed to work.
Setting up a company in Ireland requires at least one EEA-resident director, a separate company secretary, an Irish address, and share capital. If none of the directors are residents in an EEA country, then the company needs to purchase a Section 137 bond. This means it is perfectly possible for non-EEA resident directors to form a company in Ireland. However, this is provided that you carry out all the necessary steps. Our guide will give you all the information you need about setting up your Irish company as a non-EEA resident director. If you have any questions about the process, talk to our Client Services team about your situation. We’re here to help.