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    Why study in the Ireland

    One in ten full-time students in Ireland is an international student, which explains Irish institutions’ excellence. The Irish government monitors the quality of education via the National Framework of Qualifications (NFF). This means irrespective of the university you enroll in, the quality of education remains uniform.

    One in ten full-time students in Ireland is an international student, which explains Irish institutions’ excellence. The Irish government monitors the quality of education via the National Framework of Qualifications (NFF). This means irrespective of the university you enroll in, the quality of education remains uniform.

    Fact about the Ireland

    Ireland has been ranking in the top 10 countries in Global Peace Indices of 2018* and 2017*, making it among the safest countries in the world. You’ll enjoy similar rights as any local Irish citizen and stay in a society that is always ready to help and support.

    The Irish are known for their welcoming and friendly approach. They love their conversations and are probably the best people to make you laugh. In 2017, Ireland was voted as the world’s 10th most sociable country. It is a family-oriented society, which is also extended to their approach towards international students. Also, festivals are an integral part of the Irish culture, which is loaded with traditions, customs, and folk music. You’ll be amazed to see the festivities and celebrations during St. Patrick’s Day, Galway Oyster Festival, Puck Fair, Fleadh Traditional Irish Music Festival, and more! When in Ireland, you’ll always feel at home.

    Intake

    Autumn/Semester 1: Starts early September and runs till December.
    Spring/Semester 2: starts late January through to May.