Work in Ireland

At a glance
Cost 360+
Eligibility US citizen, ages 18-30 years old
Duration Up to 12 months

Work in Ireland

BUNAC offers two different Work in Ireland programs, a 4-month program and a 12-month program, both allowing full-time students or recent graduates the opportunity to live and work in Ireland in nearly any field. BUNAC’s full-support package will assist you in first securing the work authorization, prepare you for departure and connect you with out partner office in Dublin for support in settling in Ireland and finding a job.

The 4-month program is great for students looking to take a semester or summer off to gain international work experience. However, if you are a recent graduate looking for more long-term work experience, the 12-month program will be great for you! Both programs are multiple entry visas that will allow you to leave and re-enter Ireland.

Eligibility:

For the 4-month program you must be:

  • Between the ages of 18 and 30 
  • You must have a US passport valid for at least three months after your intended departure from Ireland.
  • Full-time student enrolled in a Bachelor's Degree program 
    OR
  • Within 6 months of having graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree or post-graduate degree

For the 12-month program you must be:

  • Between the ages of 18 and 30
  • Within 12 months of having graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree or post-graduate degree
  • You must have a US passport valid for at least three months after your intended departure from Ireland.

Inclusions & Costs

BUNAC offers two programs, click here to find out the details on what they offer!

Jobs

No need to find a job before you get on the plane, we'll help you once you arrive in Dublin.

Travel & Living

The best part? This program offers a multiple-entry visa meaning you can hop over to Paris, Madrid, London for the weekend.

How to Book

BUNAC offers full support for getting the work authorization, because we know that can be confusing.

FAQ

Questions, questions, questions! You got them, we'll try our best to answer all of them!

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