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Study in Ireland


Ireland is the third largest island in Europe and is known for its amazing scenic landscapes and natural environment. Surrounded by immensely low mountains which are followed by rivers along the trails that makes you wonder how beautiful a view could be. It’s a paradise for nature lovers.
This country is also famous for its Rose Garden, having approximately 20,000 different types of roses. The country also prides itself in its ancient architecture that is preserved since the Stone Age with castles that attract a lot of tourists in the country.


This country is one of the friendliest countries in the world, when it comes to international students’ intake. Approximately, 200,000 international students come to study here in Ireland. The education system comprises of 38 universities which have a world class status.
It is a place where you not only learn but can explore your other talents as well because you get TIME and that’s what makes STUDY an enjoyable experience. Not to forget it is also home for software giants like Dell, IBM, Motorola and Google (Among the 500 fortune companies!!!).

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Are Degrees/Diplomas from Ireland universities accepted worldwide?

Most of the Universities from Ireland are recognized and are accepted worldwide. Being home for huge Software giants’ like facebook, dell and Google it is also a popular place for companies to recruit.

Yes it will be and that would depend upon the course you pick.

It will advisable that you have medical insurance when you travel abroad.

Yes, only if your course demands so.

Yes there are. As an international student you have the option to work for up to 20 hours per week during term time and 40 hours a week during vacations.

Ireland is the world’s friendliest country according to a survey conducted by Lonely Planet in 2008 and accepts approximately 200,000 international students every year. A place with such high acceptance is bound to be safe for everyone.