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Study in Ireland

The presence of International Students in Ireland witnessed an unprecedented rise of 45% in the period between 2013 and 2017. According to a report by the ministry of external affairs, the government of India, around 2500 Indian students were reportedly studying in Ireland 8.07.2018). These numbers are expected to rise in the backdrop of Brexit as Ireland will be the only English speaking country currently in the EU (European Union).

Top pull factors to study in Ireland

  • Ireland is one of the few countries in the world that, despite its constant progress and development, has managed to preserve its natural beauty. There are a number of beautiful areas to explore, including the Cliffs of Moher and the Giant's Causeway. If you're a fan of healthy eating, you can enjoy the many Agriculture markets across the country, even on college campuses. If you enjoy sport, you will probably want to find out about a local team such as the Irish Football League or the National Rugby League. You don't have to travel far to find one.

This makes Ireland an ideal destination for students who like the combination of urban luxury and great nature.

  • For many students, it is very important to earn money while studying abroad.

    • In Ireland, the students can apply for a green card, also known as a work permit.

    • There are also loan options available to help international students finance their education in Ireland.

    • Universities also offer internships to help students gain practical experience in their subject.

    • For best results, you should explore your financial aid options before applying for a particular program.

    • If the prospect of a job is not attractive to you, you may be better off doing an internship at a university in Ireland before applying for a scholarship to study abroad.

  • Irish universities are recognised all over the world for its High-Quality Scientific research.

  • It’s an English speaking country and after Brexit, the only English Speaking country in the EU. Hence, the importance of Ireland as a study abroad destination will only increase.

  • When you study abroad in Ireland, you are immersed in a new culture and environment. Studying abroad puts students in a situation where they learn about themselves and the world around them. You gain new experiences that you can't get anywhere else. You are embedded in a time in your life that you will probably never forget and shaping the person you become in the future.

  • Irish got independence from the United Kingdom at the beginning of the 20th century (1922). Irish history goes back much further. One of the oldest fortresses in the world was built in 1100 BC and is located in Listoghil on Co. Donegal Island in the north-west of Ireland. If you haven't had the opportunity to experience Ireland's beautiful countryside and rich cultural heritage, studying abroad could be the perfect opportunity.

  • Literature students will find Ireland like Mecca. Authors such as Yeats and GB Shaw called Ireland Home. Ireland is also the home country for James Joyce (author of Ulysses)

  • Global Peace index found Ireland to be 12th ‘Most peaceful country) in 2013 of the world

  • Ireland has quite a liberal post-study work visa regime. People who have completed their master’s and doctoral degree can work up to 40 hours per week and allowed to stay back for a period of 24 months whereas ordinary and advanced bachelor degree holders can stay up to 6 months and 12 months respectively

  • Many of Ireland's higher education institutions are internationally classified. Irish universities, something burdened by the country's reputation as one of the best in the world for the quality of its education.

  • Ireland is home to leading global MNCs and the second most attractive country globally for FDI - after Singapore. Ireland serves as the base for European operations for brands such as Google, HP, Apple, IBM, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Pfizer, GSK and Genzyme.

  • While studying in Ireland, it becomes easy to travel through other countries in Europe. In fact, after Brexit, Ireland will act as a gateway to Europe.

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