Students coming from India to study in Ireland on the increase
Thursday 2 August 2018 4:00 AM UTC
DUBLIN Aug 2: The number of students coming from India to study in Ireland has risen dramatically over the last number of years.
It is expected that over 3,500 Indian students taking up places in Ireland’s Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) during 2018/2019.
The range & variety of courses, English as the language of instruction, the safe and friendly environment and the potential to remain in Ireland for a further two years after graduation all present an attractive mix for Indian students.
Irish higher institutions recognize the high caliber of candidates in India and a local presence is being developed to provide information and manage relationships on the ground.
The growing number of Indian alumni who have graduated from Irish higher education institutions also means that word about Ireland and its HEI system is spreading all the time – this will only have a positive effect when Indian students and their families give consideration to education opportunities abroad.
India is currently the fastest growing large economy in the world and Ireland is regularly recognized as one of the most globalized nations. This is a great time to discover new prospects and to expand existing business and education links between the two countries. Ireland currently has the fastest growing economy in the European Union. The majority of Indian students who come to Ireland to study do so at postgraduate level.
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