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Why study in Ireland?
2 year work visa for Non-EU graduates
Good value, high quality education
Europe's fastest growing economy
Irish people are friendly, and the country itself remains rich of its tradition, culture, and characteristics. Ireland welcomes international to study and work. The fact that Ireland is an English-speaking country has given me an opportunity to use English skills on daily basis. The Master’s course here is tense. All my classmates came from all over the world with experiences, and well-rounded. Being surrounded by these people, I was able to exchange ideas and knowledges, as well as self-discipline to do well in researching. The fact that I am the only Thai in the course, studying in Waterford IT is challenging.
MSc Innovative Technology Engineering , Waterford Institute of Technology
Studying in Ireland has given me an opportunity to improve my English language skills. Apart from that, I get to work alongside my studies, living in affordable capital city. The fact that Ireland is part of European Union also given me a great chance for post-graduation employability. Ireland is not just about studying Engineering, Medicine, but Social Sciences has very strong discipline too.
Combined programmes Masters - PhD in International Political Economy (IPE), University College Dublin
I like everything about Ireland, people, culture, and history. Ireland has a unique strong Celtic tradition. Irish people are open minded and very friendly.
CES (Centre of English Studies)
If talking about English Literature, there is no better place than Trinity College Dublin. TCD is a well-known place for world famous writers such as Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, and Bran Stoker. With the uncertain situation in the UK and America, it made me think about where my second home will be, so I chose Ireland. I even really like the atmosphere when it rains. Dublin is an ancient city that is full of rich history and culture!
TSM English Literature and Sociology, Trinity College Dublin (TCD)
I didn’t know anything about Ireland until I contacted a counsellor at Study Ireland Education agency. They were very helpful! They guided me through the most suitable courses and ensured that the university also suited me.
MSc Business and Entrepreneurship, Technological University Dublin (TUD)
I like many things about Dublin but what I like most is the people. Dublin has a real mix of cultural diversities which I think is a good opportunity for me to learn something new.