Education in Ireland
Ireland’s long and honorable tradition in educational excellence is recognized the world over. Dating back to the Middle Ages, Reason for studying in Ireland is that the country provides extensive choices of courses. The higher education institutes have more than 5000 courses to offer. Science, technology, engineering, business, and law, courses from all fields of education are available. Ireland held the position of the principal education providers to the western world which offers a wide range of opportunities. Post-secondary courses, to vocational and technical training, to full degree and the highest postgraduate level are available in the country for the students to pursue.
The Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) is responsible for developing and maintaining the National Qualifications Framework (NFQ) and for quality standards (Quality Assurance and Pastoral Care) in both the higher education sector and English Language schools.
Culture & Environment
Ireland has a rich heritage and the influence of its culture has been felt the world over, probably more than any other, from music, art, myths, language, food and literature. In addition to studying your favourite courses, the country also lets you partake in the festival of the land. The Cork Jazz Festival, the Galway International Oyster Festival and many other festivals take place throughout the year. So, you can definitely have a nice experience while staying in Ireland for studies.
It is the country where you can enjoy nightlife to the fullest and also enjoy various mouth-watering cuisines. Ireland is also a beautiful country with breath taking sceneries. So, when you are taking a break from the studies, you can definitely enjoy exploring this country.
Government of Ireland provide Scholarships for Indian students that is available on one year taught Masters at participating Universities that include University of Limerick, NUI Maynooth, NUI Galway, Dublin City University, University College Cork, and University College Dublin.
Individual University Scholarships in Ireland are also available. Several Institutes of Technologies offer merit-based scholarships to Indian students based on their academic percentage.