“Education In Ireland” fair on Feb 27


Government of Ireland announces its Education in Ireland Virtual Showcase for Higher Education

Slated for Feb 27: Registrations for India and Sri Lanka have begun

India: Indian students interested in studying in Ireland will get an opportunity to get authentic details as the Government of Ireland will organize a special virtual fair on February 27.  Recently, some 3,000 Indian students travelled to Ireland to undertake their students, many of whom are keen to explore the subsequent career opportunities that Ireland offers.

A significant number of students did not give up on their dreams to study abroad and Ireland with a careful and cautious approach to COVID-19 demonstrated how Irish institutions have prioritized the physical and mental health of students, ensuring the highest standards of education to sustain the aspirations of international students.

Barry O’Driscoll, Regional Manager, India & South Asia for Education in Ireland said, “Ireland has a long history of welcoming international students and in recent years has become one of the top destinations for Indian students at undergraduate and postgraduate level. It provides the benefits of English speaking education in a country that’s at the heart and the cultural, economic and technological leading edge of Europe. Students will experience an education that goes deeper than books, tutorials or lectures. An education in the real sense of the word.”

The event includes 20 of Ireland’s top higher education institutions who are offering places on globally recognised UG and UG programmes in Business, Science, Engineering, and Humanities, as well as the Irish Visa Office from New Delhi.

Talking about the fairs, O’Driscoll added, “Education in Ireland Virtual Showcase promises to be a big event, with over 1,000 students on the day. It’s the perfect opportunity for Indian and Sri Lankan students to speak directly with admissions and academic staff from Ireland’s top institutions. Students can engage in a chat room format or through video calls”.

Participants can also attend detailed seminars and info sessions on studying in Ireland, talk with college representatives and agents, get advice from official Irish government representatives, learn about scholarships, have the visa process explained, and pose inquiries. Additionally, many of the participating institutions offer scholarships to Indian students.

Registration is live and free at: https://india.educationinireland.live/

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