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Why Study in IRELAND? 

 

§  The quality of Irish higher education is widely recognized throughout the world

§  World's leading host country for higher education

§  One of the best education systems in Europe (2004 IMD World competitiveness Report)

§  Over 2, 00,000 international students around the world

§  International Students can work Part-time (approximately 20 hrs/week)

§  Excellent wages: € 8-9 p/hr

§  Internships/Work-Permit & easy settlement opportunities for international students after Study.

Major Cities : •Dublin •Cork •Galway •Limerick

 

 

Advantages of Education in Ireland?

 

§  Situated to the west of Great Britain, Ireland is one of Europe’s most popular destinations for tourists and students from around the world, with a beautiful landscape, breathtaking scenery, peaceful and safe environment, scholarly tradition, and warm and friendly people.

§  Ireland has a population of approximately 4.5 million people, almost fifty percent of whom are under the age of 28.

§  Ireland is an English-speaking country with close cultural, economic and educational links with the English-speaking world, especially with the UK – our next door neighbour – and with the USA

§  Ireland is renowned for the highest, world-class academic standards at third-level, and the warmest of welcomes!

§  Irish people are among the most enriching reasons to study in Ireland.Irish people are renowned for their friendliness and hospitality which greatly contributes to the ease with which overseas students adapt to student life in Ireland.

 Irish Education:

 §  Irish education is of the highest international quality.

§  The quality of the Irish education system is a major contributing factor to the rapid rate of economic growth Ireland has experienced over the last few decades.

§  Irish higher education institutions are widely recognized for excellence in many disciplines.

§  Ireland has a long and honourable tradition in education

§  The Irish Education System was traditionally divided into three basis levels: Primary (8 years), Secondary (5 or 6 years) and Higher Education which offers a wide range of opportunities from post-secondary courses, to vocational and technical training, to full degree and the highest post-graduate levels

§  In recent years the focus has expanded to include pre-school education and adult and further education as the concept of lifelong learning becomes reflected in the education opportunities available within the Irish education system.

 

Qualifications Recognition

 

§  The National Qualifications Authority of Ireland (NQAI) is the Irish centre for the recognition of international qualifications.

§  The National Qualifications Authority of Ireland has established a National Framework of Qualifications.

§  (NFQ) provides a way to compare qualifications, and to ensure that they are quality assured and recognised at home and abroad.

 

 

 

 
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