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Ireland is ranked internationally for excellence in higher education and study abroad. It is the only English-speaking country in Eurozone. Ireland is situated in the north Atlantic and surrounded by North Channel, Irish Sea and St. George’s Channel to the east. Higher educational institutes are located in various cities all over the country from Dublin to the east to Galway in the west. Ireland is an excellent choice as a study abroad destination you will definitely have a distinct and enriching educational experience. Read on to know more about Ireland.  

Ireland is ranked 16th in the global scientific ranking, 8th in Global Innovation Index, 1st in Nano Sciences, 2nd in Immunology and Computer Sciences, 3rd in Animal and Dairy,5th in Material Sciences. The list can go on. Ireland’s higher education system is committed to excellence for centuries. Trinity College is one of the best and the oldest colleges is located in Dublin and was established way back in 1592. Today it ranks 63rd in QS World University Rankings for arts and humanities, 69th for 69th for life sciences and medicine, 89th for social sciences and management, 105th for engineering and technology and 175th for natural sciences. Wow! Isn’t that a long list of recognitions? Students planning to study abroad in Ireland will definitely be inspired to shortlist for higher education and drive innovation and change lives worldwide.

 

Ireland is one of the leading Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) locations in the world. It offers the ideal commercial, political and social environment for companies to carry out successful and profitable RDI activities. This has attracted global leaders in key high-tech industries to undertake RDI projects in areas such as Pharmaceuticals, Bio Technology, Medical Devices, ICT and Financial Services.

 

Ireland higher education system comprises of universities, institutes of technology and private colleges. If you want to study abroad in Ireland, you have a choice of more than 30 higher education institutions running 5000+ programs internationally recognized qualifications. Your education needs in any of the areas namely business, science and technology, or languages, humanities and arts will be met in Ireland. Did you know that Ireland government invests 750+ million annually in research in higher education institutions? It is because of this funding that higher education in Ireland is the best in the world in many disciplines. Apart from literature, communication, history, environmental studies international students also opt Ireland for technology education. 25% of Europe’s computers come from Ireland and this country exports the largest amount of software worldwide. The European headquarters of IBM, Dell, Motorola and google are all located in Irish cities. If you are a technology student, you never know if one day you will be interning in any of big companies.

 Every higher education institute admits international students based on pre-defined national examination scores and English language proficiency. Academic researchers here work hand in hand with industry which could range from start-up companies, family business to leading MNCs to carry out shared research projects initiated by Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland. While studying or later, you will be connected with the leading global companies or you could achieve your ambition of training to become an entrepreneur. So you may be wondering how is student life in Ireland? The university and college environment is geared to encourage students to become critical thinkers and innovators. Apart from lectures, few tutorials and weekly assignments, you will have to put in efforts to structure your own reading and research. The Irish community is warm, hospitable, culture is vibrant and not to forget that the landscape is stunning. You can bathe in the natural beauty of the rugged cliffs of Moher to the lovely beaches of Connemara.
    
Overall an international student will find Ireland a valuable and cherishing experience.

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Main areas of Job oppurtunities are available in Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

 

Ireland is facing the serious economic downturn from a strong starting position. Many of the strengths that drove our recent economic boom and brought unprecedented levels of prosperity, with growth and GDP per capita among the highest in the European Union, remain in place. these strengths will position Ireland to take advantage of the global economic recovery as it emerges.

Ireland has developed a strong entrepreneurial culture in terms of new businesses being established.

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The culture of Ireland includes customs and traditions, language, music, art, literature, folklore, cuisine and sports associated with Ireland and the Irish people. For most of its recorded history, Ireland's culture has been primarily Gaelic

The Republic of Ireland occupies most of the island of Ireland, off the coast of England and Wales. Its capital, Dublin, is the birthplace of writers like Oscar Wilde, and home of Guinness beer. The 9th-century Book of Kells and other illustrated manuscripts are on show in Dublin’s Trinity College Library. Dubbed the "Emerald Isle” for its lush landscape, the country is dotted with castles like medieval Cahir Castle.

Ireland's climate is influenced most by the Atlantic Ocean. As a result, it doesn't have the extreme temperatures that other countries at similar latitude would have. The average temperature is a mild 50°F. A major warm ocean current called the North Atlantic Drift keeps sea temperatures mild too.

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