Landing Support

Relocating abroad involves a great deal of preparation. It may intimidate international students planning to launch a new academic career overseas. Luckily, with landing services available at Irish Expert, you no longer need to worry about moving abroad. We can facilitate and simplify your move so that you conveniently get a new start in a foreign country. Our post landing service includes the following:

• Airport Pickup
• Accommodation Assistance
• Bank Account Opening Assistance
• Placement Assistance

Airport Pickup

Upon arrival to the international students benefit from the meet and greet service awaiting them at the airport, they are then driven directly to their student accommodation or university campus if they wish so. We make the admitted student reception process as safe, easy and efficient as possible not to mention the great convince and time saved.

There are various student airport transfer student limousine options available to international students which includes transfer by private shuttle, airport shuttle, airport bus, airport taxi, private taxi or chauffeur service. Each of those services are available in most of the cases and should be booked in advance to ensure availability.
Convenient Airport Transfers

We recommend that you inform us of your travel plans as soon as you have booked your flight; this allows our student counselors to arrange the service on time during or soon after the pre departure conveniently. We also urge student to choose the nearest airport to their dorm and university accommodation.

To book the airport pickup service in time for your campus reception or freshers reception students should contact Irish Group airport pickup team and provide their flight details and airport arrival time. This will help our team to find you the best and most cost effective transfer to accommodation options and confirm the booking for you.

Many students have benefited from Irish Group landing services and the valuable airport transfers which is conducted by experienced people who know exactly how and where to find you upon your airport arrival, and will make sure that your transfer to accommodation experience is smooth and relaxing.

Accommodation Assistance

Choosing the right accommodation for a university that’s thousands of miles away can be, to say the least, a difficult experience. There are, in general, three choices for most international students when they’re choosing their accommodation. The three options are, in no particular order: homestay, apartment living, or student dorms.

Homestay

Many international students enjoy homestay more than any other option simply because it makes life very easy – you’ll be staying with a family in the city you’re studying in, and if you’re lucky you’ll have your meals cooked for you and will be treated as a guest of the house. Homestay hosts usually go through a vetting process with their university to ensure the correct environment is in place for a visiting student, which reduces any chance that you could end up in the middle of a dysfunctional household – not what you want when you’re trying to study.

Apartment Living/Private Accommodation
Living in your own rented apartment or room can be a good option if you feel confident enough to do your own cooking, laundry, and everything else that needs to be done in a house. You could live with other students in a shared apartment, or you could rent a single bedroom apartment for just yourself to live in. Generally, this is a more expensive option than homestay or staying in student dorms, especially if you choose to live just on your own. Remember that in private accommodation you might also be expected to cover household bills such as utilities like your electricity and gas supply.

Student Dorms/Student Accommodation
Living in a student dormitory is what most native students choose to do when they go to university, at least for the first year. Here, there will be loads of first-year students all in the same boat as you, looking to make friends and get to know everyone. It’ll be busy, messy and exciting, and a great opportunity to get to meet lots and lots of people, to practise your language skills, and generally to fit in as a ‘normal’ student. People will happily talk to you and you’ll get to know a lot about everyone, whether you like it or not.

Many students have benefited from Irish Group accommodation services and the valuable advises from experienced people who know exactly how and where to find accommodation, and will make sure that your stay is smooth and relaxing

Banking account opening

One of the first things on your to-do list when you arrive in your new study country will be setting up a bank account. Having a local bank account will ensure that you have easy access to your money to pay for your accommodation, tuition fees and living expenses, and will allow your employer to deposit pay into your account if you choose to work.

We Irish Expert can help you to open a foreign bank account even before you arriving that country, this will help students to have their fund ready for initial days spending and expenditure. Feel free to ask your counsellor or processing officer on Bank account opening and they will help you once you got your visa.