About Ireland

Ireland is a northern Atlantic island. The North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St George’s Channel distinguish it from Great Britain to the east. Ireland is the British Isles’ second-largest island, Europe’s third-largest, and the world’s twentieth-largest.

Why You Should Study In Ireland?

Peaceful and English Speaking Country

Lonely Planet declared Ireland the friendliest country in the world in 2008 and 2010, and it was ranked 12th in the 2013 Global Peace Index. Life in Ireland is an unforgettable experience thanks to our welcoming atmosphere and unrivaled sense of humour. Ireland, as an English-speaking country, has strong cultural, economic, and educational ties to the English-speaking world.

Internationally recognized credentials and a wide range of options

Ireland’s credentials or qualifications are known as world-class. Students can select from a wide variety of programs in highly regarded business schools, centers of science and technical excellence, and renowned language, humanities, and arts faculties to suit their needs.

Home of Leading Global Companies

Ireland is host to a variety of multinational corporations.
Companies that need a highly qualified, trained, and capable workforce choose Ireland as their location. Google, Facebook, Pfizer, Apple, and Intel, to name a few, have all selected Ireland as their European headquarters.

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Part Time Work Opportunity

Ireland allows students to work part time. students can finance their  studies by working part time in different sectors. for example, UBER, McDonald’s, hotel waiter, freelance online jobs and much more


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