Ireland

Language: Irish, English

Capital: Dublin

Population: 4.5 million

Country

Ireland has a significantly youthful population by European standards, with a lively, contemporary approach to education, benefiting from a rich cultural life. This is the home country to Oscar Wilde and many other well-known writers. Ireland is famous by its traditional music as well as global giants of rock, U2. Ireland offers beautiful unspoiled landscapes, with varied sights to visit, including many surviving castles and old towns to explore.

Education

Ireland is a member of the EU and has benefited from huge EU investment in the past. It has close cultural and social links with its closest neighbour and former colonial power – Great Britain. Ireland can offer richness of its long traditions and famous universities. Among them Trinity College Dublin is rated one of the best educational institutions in the world; established in XVI century following the foundation of Oxford and Cambridge as examples.

Ireland is known by its contemporary and flexible approach to education. The state implements innovation technology and offers an excellent infrastructure for studies. The country demonstrates such an attitude not only towards education, but for global business too. Ireland became a European base for the central offices of Google, Facebook, Pfizer, Apple, Intel. This is evidence of Ireland’s ability to produce bright young graduates, not to mention a positive business environment and interest in new technologies.

An English speaking environment allows international students to study in English. Therefore they can choose any university to apply to. This native speaking environment will provide you with quick integration into Irish society and an understanding of the local culture.

Ireland offers a good range of subjects to study. International students can choose among many majors – from business to science, technologies, social, humanities and creative arts.

Irish nature also contributes to the popularity of various sports – cycling, hiking and water sports. These all create a unique living and studying atmosphere.

INSA Experts offer this chart on the structure of the highereducation in Ireland:

Master’s programme / МВА

1-2 years

Bachelor’s programme

3-4 years

More information about these programmes following links below:

Bachelor’s

Master’s

MBA

Preparation programmes

Master's preparation programmes

Short academic programmes

Professional qualifications

Language courses from 16+

On-line English lessons

On-line education

University familiarisation trips

Examples

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