Discover the ancient beauty of Ireland’s cities and coasts

International students researching their options for study are faced with numerous – often confusing – options and factors to consider. Do I want to live in Dublin, a bustling capital city rich in history, culture and with growing global industries? Or would I rather study somewhere rural and get to know Ireland’s stunning scenery, countryside and coastlines? We’re here to help you answer such questions, and ensure that the process of choosing a path for study is smoother and more intuitive for students, parents and counsellors alike.

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STUDYING IN IRELAND

Why Study Abroad in Ireland? – University College Dublin

There are so many reasons why an international student would want to study abroad in Ireland, and in the capital city of Dublin. One of...

Student in Ireland, for St. Patrick’s Day?

There might be times when, in Ireland, you’ll find yourself slightly bored, scrolling up and down your phone, swiping left and right, watching videos...

International Students Get to Stay More in Ireland after Graduation

The Irish government has some great news for all non-EU/EEA students who are currently completing their masters or doctoral studies: from now on, non-EU/EEA...

International Student Dinuka’s Degree at University College Dublin

Coming from Sri Lanka, Dinuka Tharangi Jayaweera joined University College Dublin in 2015 and completed her BSc degree in Computer Science in 2017. She...

What To Do On College Visits

No college search is complete without college visits. You'll get to know a college best by visiting it. Touring different campuses will also give...

Ireland International Tuition Fees Guide 2017

International students studying in Ireland will be required to pay either EU or non-EU fees. This can be determined by both residence as well...

STUDENT LIFE

Why Become A Student Ambassador?

As a general rule, ambassadors—government officials—are regarded as the president’s highest-ranking representatives. They are strong negotiators that coordinate numerous activities and strategies intended to...

Top Cities in Europe for International Students to Visit

One of the greatest things about studying in Europe, especially in continental Europe, is that it is so easy to travel between countries. Yet,...

Tips for Nailing Your First Post-College Interview

Graduating from college is certainly a milestone achievement in your life. It marks the start of your journey toward your career goals. However, this...

SCHOLARSHIPS

Award Ceremony

Time flies by quickly, my first academic year is going to end, and when I look back, there are really many cherished memories to...

A Complete Guide To Finding and Applying for Scholarships

Governments of all countries today are looking forward to accepting international intakes. This has motivated them to extend various scholarships and grants to meritorious...

Caught Up by the Coast

Hello! My name is Felipe Ventura Vargas, I am a Physics student from Brazil, and here in Ireland, I will be studying Astrophysics for one...

STUDENT BLOGS

The Little-Known Trails Around Maynooth

I chose Ireland for reasons that not many folks pay prime attention to. For example, I didn’t choose Maynooth University for the excellent tailored...

My Start At Maynooth University

With hope and excitement, I arrived at Maynooth University in September 2016. I am studying for my Masters in Accounting. Ireland is such a beautiful...

What I Like about Maynooth As a Uni

I could not help but notice the differences between my college and Maynooth University the second I stepped onto the campus grounds. The beautiful campus Its...

Award Ceremony

Time flies by quickly, my first academic year is going to end, and when I look back, there are really many cherished memories to...

A visit to Howth

My friend and I wanted to have a relaxing weekend and wanted to explore more of Ireland. So we decided to take a train...

Reminiscing About January

So, January flew by this time. What it was, I have no idea, but it’s a good sign I suppose. On the 3rd of January,...