Ireland is one of the best-educated countries in the European Union, and continues to be a destination of choice for international businesses from around the globe, based largely on the quality of Ireland’s education system.

 The educational qualifications available in Ireland are recognised throughout the world, and represent a practical and proven gateway to a wide range of university and career choices.

 As a country, Ireland has a long history of educating international students and offers a level of educational achievement that ranks with anything in the world.

 Politically, Ireland is a safe and stable country, with a vibrant, young and multi-cultural population. A common Irish greeting is “A hundred thousand welcomes”, and it is rightly marketed around the world as a particularly friendly and open country.

 Ireland is a high-tech hub for Europe and the wider world, with major technological companies such as Intel, Google, Facebook, eBay, Twitter, Hewlett Packard having their European headquarters in the country.

Despite being an island nation, Ireland is jam-packed with things that make it a popular destination for students studying abroad. The Irish place a strong value on education, which is reflected in the country’s outstanding colleges and universities and its reputation for academic excellence. Ireland has produced four Nobel Laureates in Literature, and its remarkable history is evident and celebrated throughout the country. Dublin, the country’s capital, is lively and vibrant and is at the center of the Irish economy. Ireland is of course famous for its pubs, which are popular with students, but there are many other hidden treasures to surprise and delight you.

  • A friendly Safe Environment: And it is not just us saying it! Ireland was voted by Lonely Planet as the world’s friendliest country in 2008 and 2010 and was ranked 11th in the 2011 Global Peace Index. Our hospitable nature coupled with an unrivalled sense of fun ensures living in Ireland is an unforgettable experience.   English Speaking Country: Although we do have our own distinctive Celtic language and culture, English is the spoken language in Ireland today. The Irish use it so effectively that it has been said that better English is spoken in Ireland than anywhere else in the world.
  • Extensive Choice of Courses: Students can choose from an extensive range of programmes to meet their needs in highly respected business schools, centers of scientific and technology excellence as well as renowned language, humanities and arts faculties.
  • Internationally Recognized Qualifications: Irish qualifications are recognized for excellence worldwide. Qualifications earned and connections made in Ireland deliver a passport to success.
  • Long Tradition in Education Excellence: Ireland’s worldwide reputation for high quality education is built on the solid foundation of commitment to excellence. In the Middle Ages, Ireland held the position of one of the principal education providers to the western world.
  • Innovative & Creative Culture: Ireland is a land rich in cultural heritage with a history of world-leading innovation. From Oscar Wilde to James Joyce, from the pioneering quantum physics of John Bell to Nobel Laureate Ernest Walton, Ireland’s unique innovative and creative culture is an integral part of the Irish experience.
  • Leading Global Companies in Ireland: Companies who require a skilled, educated and highly capable workforce to drive their success choose to locate in Ireland. Ireland has welcomed Google, Facebook, Pfizer, Apple, Intel to name just a few – all of whom chose Ireland as their European base.
  • Entrepreneurial Society: Ireland is at heart an entrepreneurial nation and to the fore in Europe in both the rate of early stage entrepreneurial activity (7.6%) and in the rate of established entrepreneurs (9%) among the adult population.
  • Beautiful Ireland: Ireland’s dramatic land, sky and seascapes will take your breath away.

We’ve got magical castles, enchanted ruins, ancient archaeology and thousands of miles of windswept coastline, with some of the most beautiful beaches, highest sea cliffs and biggest waves in Europe.

From Dublin’s elegant Georgian Squares to County Clare’s beautiful and barren limestone-poured Burren, anywhere in Ireland, you’ll only ever be a short trip away from green grass, stone walls and twisty country roads, as the rugged, dramatic vistas of the west, like Connemara and Donegal, give way to the bustling lakelands and waterways of the River Shannon or the pretty pastoral landscapes, lush dairy-land and thriving fishing villages of the south and east.

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  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, breath-taking 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.

Ireland enjoys a temperate maritime climate, due mainly to its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and the presence of the Gulf Stream. Known as the Emerald Isle, Ireland is so green because it receives a lot of precipitation.

Typical winter weather in Ireland is clouds and rain with the occasional sunny spell. The mountains may have snow on them for many weeks in winter, but falls on the lower ground on only a few days a year, and is generally not a feature of the Irish climate. Temperatures however around January is average of 5ºC. Overnight temperatures often drop below freezing point, and ice and frosts are common. Each winter there are a few weeks when the temperature does not rise above freezing point all day, and rivers and lakes can partially freeze over

Typically, summers in Ireland have warm, sunny weather and a sky dotted with gentle fluffy clouds. Light rain occasionally occurs on days like these, but summer rain is usually restricted to a few wet days. In July and August, the conditions can become very humid and thunder storms can occur with lightning. The average July temperature is around 15ºC, although temperatures in excess of 30ºC are not unheard of.


Dublin City University (DCU)
Maynooth University
National University of Ireland, Galway
Trinity College Dublin (TCD)
University College Cork (UCC)
University College Dublin (UCD)
University of Limerick

Institute of Technology
Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT)
Cork Institute of Technology (CIT)
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)
Dundalk Institute of Technology (DKIT)
Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)
Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (ITB)
Institute of Technology Carlow (IT Carlow)
Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT)
Institute of Technology Tralee (IT Tralee)
Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT)

Colleges & Private Institutes
Shannon College of Hotel Management
Dublin Business School
Griffith College
IBAT College Dublin
National College of Ireland
Independent College Dublin

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