Ireland is known for its hospitality and welcoming attitude towards international students. Not only now this goes back to thousand years when whole of the Europe was in Dark Ages. Irish monasteries were beacon of knowledge and students from all over the continent would come to seek knowledge and wisdom. Ireland continues that legacy till today and for the past 50 years Ireland has been a location of choice from students around the world, including Europe, North America, Asia and the Gulf.
Higher education in Ireland consists of universities, specialist colleges (offering courses in a single subject area), and institutes of technology. The latter do not just offer courses in technology subjects, but also cover a wide range of vocational programs, in subjects including hospitality, healthcare, pharmacy, media, textiles, marketing and many more.
The Irish Government invests over 782 million annually in research in Ireland’s higher education institutions. The impact of this funding is that Ireland’s higher education institutions now lead the world in an increasing number of fields.
Irish universities are in the top 1% of research institutions in the world in terms of research impact in 19 fields, spanning natural sciences, social sciences and the humanities. This creates a unique opportunity for you at undergraduate and postgraduate level to join research programmes that are driving innovation and changing lives worldwide.
Ireland has a range of strengths which give it a competitive advantage.:
- Ireland is a small, safe and friendly country.
- Ireland is an English-speaking country with a unique cultural heritage.
- Ireland has an education system with a long history of international engagement which is globally respected.
- Ireland offer a remarkable student experience.
- Ireland accepts students for post graduation with 15 yrs of education, unlike some countries.
- One of the best education systems in Europe (2004 IMD World competitiveness Report) with a history rich in tradition and learning.
- Quality education leading to rapid growth of economy.
- Over 2,00,000 international students.
- 1 year master’s degree
- No prior work experience required for MBA
- International Students can work Part-time (approximately 20 hrs/week) excellent wages: € 8-9 per hr
- Close links between educational institutions & thriving economy.
- Temperate climate. It rarely drops below freezing and snow is uncommon.
- Reputation of Irish people for friendliness.
Lesser Known fact about Ireland
- The Harp, a musical instrument in the national symbol of Ireland.
- Ireland is the third largest island in Europe and 20th largest in the world.
- Outside Dublin and Cork city of Ireland there are no postal or ZIP codes.
- The longest place name in Ireland is Muckanaghederdauhaulia, in County Galway.
- Shannon, an airport in ireland is the world’s first duty-free airport.
Our Placement in Ireland
~ University of Limerick
~ University of Dublin
~ Maynooth University
~ NUI Galway
~ University College Cork
~ University College Dublin
~ Dublin City University
The fields we cover are:
~ Medical Sciences
~ Business Studies and Management Sciences
~ Engineering and Technology
~ Mathematics and Informatics
~ Bio technology/Bio sciences/ Life sciences
~ Basic Sciences (Physics/Chemistry/ Mathematics)
~ Mass Communication/Media
~ IT/Computer Science
~ Banking & Finance
~ Accountancy (MBA/CPA)
~ Interior Design
~ Hospitality, Travel & Tourism
Things to do in Ireland
Ireland’s urban and dynamic capital city Dublin is historic and picturesque, while at the same time brimming with exciting nightlife and activities. From the Guinness Storehouse to Dublin Zoo, the city’s castle to the Dublin Museum of Writers, not to mention Ireland’s National Gallery, Botanical Gardens and its National Leprechaun Museum, Dublin features heavily on any list of things to do in Ireland.
Ireland may not have the warmest climate, but don’t let that stop you from hitting the waves off the west coast. There’s some great surf up that way and, in fact, various surfing champions give credit to this area, naming the region among the world’s surfing top spots.
Surfing is not the only reason to enter the chilly waters of Ireland’s west coast; this is also how you get from the mainland to the Aran Islands, a group of three islands in the mouth of the Galway Bay.
Although it’s celebrated almost everywhere in the world, it’s easy to forget the real reason for this Irish celebration; for many, it’s just a fun excuse to dress up in green, talk in a bad Irish accent, and consume too much Guinness.
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