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OVC is delighted to provide young people over the age of 18 years, the exciting option to study, live and work in Dublin, Ireland as a student! OVC works exclusively with an Irish licensed and accredited college based in Dublin city centre to bring you an affordable and realistic way to develop an international career by studying and working in Dublin. With courses starting every two months throughout the year, you can be in Dublin sooner than you think. Visa requirements are 16 supervised hours per week at College, with the ability to work 20 hours per week during course term and full time (40 hours) during course holidays. The Business Studies FETAC Level 5 course runs 27-30 out of 52 weeks in the year.
Are you looking for a change? Why not study, work and live in Ireland?
ABE Diploma In Business Management - The Business Management programme is a comprehensive and detailed programme covering the knowledge and skills required in modern business practice. The programme will provide learners with an appreciation of the theoretical issues involved in the study of business while also helping to develop a range of practical skills. Major topics covered include Management, Marketing, Strategic Planning and Human Resources. Course Cost 2850 Euros (1 Year) (Insurance, 1 week hostel accommodation, airport collection - included)
Business Studies – FETAC (Further Education and Training Awards Counselling)[Level 5] This course is internationally recognised, Irish-based accredited and internally assessed and examined. The course runs over 2 years. The second year will be more affordable than the first (this is at the discretion of the college).
All inclusice Price : 1950 Euros. (Year 1 Tuition, medical insurance, 1 week hostel accomodation and airport collection)
Introducing: IESOL (English) Preliminary to Master level - City&Guilds 6 month English course which also allows you the option of 6 months full-time work (course cost 1800 Euros. - (Year 1 Tuition, medical insurance, 1 week hostel accomodation and airport collection)
All South African , Malawian, Botswanan, Lesotho and Swazi passport holders may apply, assuming they can prove that they have completed their Matric and have sufficient funds for their tuition and maintenance.
· School Leaving Certificate or at least 2 - 4 years work experience, with original references.
· Applicants should demonstrate competence in English unless pursuing the English course.
· The Fetac Business Studies level 5 - Winter - Feb , Spring - April and Autumn - September.
ABE Diploma In Business Management -Level 6 - January, May and September
English course : Every month
· Study Requirements: Students have to complete 16 hours of supervised study at the college per week. Students can work 20 hours per week and full-time in their holidays.
OVC has the inside track. No long, drawn out visa application necessary. Clients who have been accepted and successfully registered will be eligible for a temporary student entry into Ireland. They are effectively sponsored by the college and will be granted entry, provided that there is nothing in their personal circumstance affecting their immigration status.
Given that Irish immigration requirements change regularly, you are advised to speak to your local OVC Consultant for the latest information and advice.
|Admin fee||R2000 (Non refundable)|
|Program fee||see Tuition fees|
|Visa fees||300 euros (paid in Ireland)|
|Airfare (approx)||R8000 approx.|
|Recommended Spending Money||4000 Euros (R40 000 approx.)|
Complete the online application found on www.ovc.co.za:
Upload a picture
A copy of your Matric certificate and work references
A copy of your passport
Submit it online to your nearest OVC Office.
This is a relatively simple process. It is a unique opportunity for students to work and study in Ireland. This is an online application process. Once you have applied and been conditionally accepted, you will have to pay for your first year of study upfront. A letter of acceptance will be sent confirming your student status. The college will assist you with proof of accommodation and you will be expected to have the required maintenance amount ready to take with you when you fly. You will also need sufficient insurance.
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Please input the following numbers into the text block:
|You have / will have a matric (school leavers certificate?||yes no|
|You intend to work no more than 20 hours a week in Ireland?||yes no|
|You will be able to pay approx 2000 Euros for your course?||yes no|
|Have access to 3000 Euros to sponsor your stay in Ireland, (You will need to take this with you.)||yes no|