Ireland is an increasingly popular destination for student from all over the world. The friendliness and hospitality for which Irish people are renowned ,must have been the factor that contributed to the ease with which overseas students adapt to the way of life and in particular, the student life. Around 10% of students in higher
Yesterday we had the pleasure of receiving a group of Malay students, medicine and pharmacy, in their fourth year of studies in Ireland. From the Seville Mosque Foundation we wanted to thank them publicly for their effort and generosity. These students since they knew about the #ATileForSeville campaign, from Ukhwah for Ummah, where more than
If you are looking for a new experience and great education, consider Ireland. Merette Kennedy delves into the reasons that make this country a great international study destination. 17 October 2016 You’re thinking of studying abroad. You want to experience education in a different culture and challenge yourself to step outside of your comfort zone.
Many students give up on their dreams to study abroad, especially in Europe due to the rising costs, both in terms of tuition fees and daily expenditure. The exchange rate that continues to see-saw creatures another stumbling block. But there is indeed hope for those who still want to get there. How, you may ask?
Costs for Malaysians to study abroad in Ireland can be considerably high especially for science subjects. Luckily there are a number of scholarship and funding options available. Read our breakdown of three key scholarships to help kick start your study in Ireland. Funding Bodies Irish Government The Irish government awards a quota of scholarships
Institute of Technology Sligo, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), and Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LyIT) have launched the My Experience RPL (Recognised Prior Learning) Assessment Toolkit. This is a new college application tool that recognises learning gained through life and work experiences that enables advanced entry to third level programmes. The Connacht-Ulster Alliance partners (CUA),
Hashvieney is from Malaysia and currently studying Aircraft Engineering at IT Carlow and her experience as a study abroad student has been life-changing. Discover how she made her decision and how she felt when she arrived… When I first started thinking about furthering my studies I never could have imagined I would end up in Ireland. Leaving
A group of students from CIT have just returned from Southampton, England after taking part in an innovative programme aimed at encouraging a culture of entrepreneurship among students from a range of disciplines. Entitled ‘European Creative Futures’, this Intensive Programme was hosted by the Southampton Solent University to bring together students from five European countries
UCD President’s Awards Recipients 2017 Gach bliain tugann Dámhachtainí an Uachtaráin aitheantas do na mic léinn sin a bhaineann an scoth amach in imeachtaí seach-churaclaim, imeachtaí a chinntíonn gur áit spleodrach, shuimiúil, dhinimiciúil agus dhaonnúil é UCD le cónaí ann agus le hobair agus staidéar ann chomh maith. Iarrtar ar fhoireann agus ar mhic léinn
Eli is one of our US students who is in her fourth year in Trinity. Here she lets us know about her experience of moving to Ireland to study at Trinity. The first time I ever set foot in Trinity was November of 2012. It was Thanksgiving break of my senior year in high school