Ireland has a extended history of welcoming international students, going back more than a thousand years. Back from 7th century Europe, Ireland was an inspiration of learning, and students from around the continent travelled to study in Irish monasteries. Ireland prolong that arrogance and significant tradition today, and for the past 50 years Ireland has been a location of choice from students around the globe, including North America, Europe, the Gulf and Asia.
An education in Ireland is a life-time experience, which adds important value to the personal development and fiscal potential of graduates and unite them to the global Irish family, a network which will continue to be open to them no matter where in the world they travel.
- Ireland have a range of potential which give it a competitive advantage.:
- A small, safe and friendly country.
- People are popular for attributes such as innovation, creativity and collaboration.
- Ireland is a member of the European Union and have extensive global links.
- Ireland is an English-speaking country with a unique cultural inheritance.
- Ireland educational system has had a long history of international engagement and which is globally respected.
- Ireland offers a astonishing student experience.
The reputation of Irish higher education system has developed considerably, and the research is now making an international impact. Irish educational infrastructure is of a very high level. All of Irish universities and the Dublin Institute of Technology are ranked in the top 5% globally.
Irish educational quality assurance systems are highly regarded, and will soon be supplementing them by introducing nationally-enforced standards and an international education mark for treatment of international students.
Irish qualifications are internationally recognized, and the higher education system provides the full academic variety through arts and the humanities, the social sciences, medicine, science, business & management and engineering.
Devoted international offices work closely with administrative, academic and specialist staff to fully support students throughout their time in Ireland. Through these professional support structures, students obtain direct access to information, facilities, services and staff.