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Visiting Ireland?

Ireland is a popular location for tourists and international students.

Ireland's main tourist attractions include its rich cultural heritage, scenery, friendly people and relaxed way of life. It is also a popular location for sporting enthusiasts with numerous golf courses, plus fishing, cycling, riding, water sports and other activities.

The following links can provide you with more information on Ireland as a tourist destination:

If you want to learn more about Ireland, you can read Ireland in Brief. To get in the mood for planning your vacation with us, here’s a taste of The Wild Atlantic Way.

Brazilian students, travelling on a Brazilian passport, do not need a visa to enter Ireland for tourism purposes, for up to 90 days.

Study in Ireland

Ireland is not just a destination for tourists. Increasingly, it is a destination for international students, providing educational excellence in a safe, English-speaking environment.

Ireland combines a long tradition of scholarship with strong links between a dynamic education sector and cutting-edge research and industry.

For information on studying in Ireland, please visit the Education in Ireland website.

Brazilian students, travelling on a Brazilian passport, do not need a visa to enter Ireland for study purposes, for up to 90 days. If you are enrolling on a course of 12 weeks or more, you will need to register with the Irish immigration authorities. Before you pay any fees, please make sure that your course is on the Interim List of Eligible Programmes (ILEP). Find out more about immigration rules on the Irish National Immigration Service (INIS) website.