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

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...

How to Train as a Tour Guide in Ireland – AATGI Collaboration

Are you interested in working in Ireland and have a passion for the country’s history, heritage and culture? Whether you're an international student studying in...

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...

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...

Discovering Ireland

It can be really easy to get swept up in the need to travel the world. As an American, I know how exciting it...

STUDENT LIFE

Depression Among International Students: What Can Your University Do When the Going Gets Tough?

The findings from Blue Cross Shield Association based on major depression diagnosis from 2013 to 2016 show that the rise of depression is highest...

5 Tips on How to Read Big Books at University

These novels sit proudly on bookcases all around the world George Elliot's Middlemarch (904 pages), Herman Melville's Moby Dick (635 pages), Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace (1,225 pages),...

Preventing and Coping with Academic Burnout

Academic burnout is a long-term condition that leaves you feeling frustrated and unmotivated with impacts on your schoolwork and concentration. It can be very...

SCHOLARSHIPS

How To Write The Most Outstanding Scholarship Essay

When applying for scholarships, you know that you're going to be up against some stiff competition. How can you ensure that your application essay...

Seeking Integration Toward the Truth

Moving to a new place to begin a new stage of life is such an interesting experience because it requires asking important fundamental questions...

Top 5 Government Funded Scholarships for International Students

For many international students, government funding in the form of grants, bursaries and scholarships is the only way they can pursue their dream of...

STUDENT BLOGS

A Heart Full of Gratitude

“The days are long, but the years are short,” goes the saying—referring to the paradoxical way in which individual days can seem slow and...

Springfest in the Snow

With one last trip out of the country to take before wrapping up the semester, my friend Nat and I decided on a camping...

From Student to Teacher

The adventures of becoming a teacher abroad and the secrets to improving a second language As I might have mentioned in one of the older...

Seeking Integration Toward the Truth

Moving to a new place to begin a new stage of life is such an interesting experience because it requires asking important fundamental questions...

How To Taste My Way Through Ireland

It has been a month since I published my first blog. I was so piled with work up for the last month as I...

My First Ever Bank Holiday Weekend and Other Adventures

Two months have passed since I first arrived here and sometimes it still feels like it was only yesterday that I entered this office...