Ireland, the scenic land of castles and potatoes is one of the most promising study destinations in present times. It has one of the highest educational participation rate in the world - 81% of Irish students complete second-level and approx 60% go on to higher education. International companies are seeking Ireland as a top forum when hiring graduates for creamy corporate positions. There are 7 universities in the Republic of Ireland. These are state universities. The term ‘University’ is protected under Irish law. Universities award degrees at Undergraduate, Masters and PhD level and undertake cutting edge research. There is competitive entry into each university programme.
- Ireland is home to some of the world’s leading companies including :
- 8 of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies
- 15 of the top 25 manufacturers of medical devices
- Medium of instruction is English which strengthen a great campus life.
- More than 50% of the world’s leading financial services firms
- 8 of the top 10 technology companies
- In total, there are 960 foreign companies, employing 138,000
workers in cutting-edge research and professional services.
- Ireland is a beautiful island, combining contemporary cities with an unspoilt countryside, steeped in history and a rich natural habitat.
- Ireland was voted by Lonely Planet as the friendliest country in the
world in both 2008 and 2010, and has been named ‘favourite holiday destination 2011’ by prestigious travel guidebook series Frommer’s, describing it as “a magical destination in nearly every way.”
|Medicine and related
||12,000 - 45,000
||9,100 - 20,300
|Science & Technology
||9,100 - 16,500
|Arts & Humanities
||9,100 - 15,500
||9,000 - 15,500
|Rent (per week)
|Utilities (per week)
|Food (per week)
- Public Transport (per week)
- Taxis (per trip)
||274.50 (per week)