head2
head 3
head1

Irish Government launches virtual education fair to attract students; Indian students can now apply for 2021 courses

DUBLIN: Government of Ireland launches virtual education fair to attract and promote Indian students.

The virtual education fair will be held on February 27. Organized by the Irish Visa Office in New Delhi, the event will be attended by 20 institutions of higher learning offering globally accredited UG and UG programmes in Business, Science, Engineering, and Humanities courses.

Students will have the opportunity to engage in a chat room format or video calls. Participants will also have the opportunity to attend detailed seminars and info sessions on studying in Ireland. You can also talk to college representatives and agents.

Participants can seek advice from official representatives of the Irish Government and seek clarifications on scholarships and visa procedures. In addition, many participating institutions offer scholarships to Indian students. Live free registration is also possible.

“The 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,” said Barry O’Driscoll, Regional Manager, India & South Asia for Education in Ireland.

The fair offers the benefits of English education in a culturally, economically and technologically advanced country in Europe. The organizers assure that Ireland guarantees an educational system that goes beyond mere academic interests.

Since the beginning of the Pandemic, more than 3,000 Indian students have recently come to Ireland to study. Mr. Barry O’Driscoll also claims that many of them were offered jobs in Ireland.

Apprenticeships and jobs are also available for those who have completed their studies in construction, electrical, environmental engineering, finance, hospitality, mechanical engineering, artificial intelligence, data analyst, aviation engineering, and software development to stay in Europe. In addition, insurance, logistics, auxiliary engineering, international financial engineering and international financial services are also potential categories for apprenticeship and employment.

Sylo Sam, an educational consultant in Dublin, who is also a Keralite, points out that students planning to come to Ireland during the Pandemic time should look for job opportunities and choose only the appropriate courses.

Those interested can contact anabroad Ireland, an educational consulting firm based in Dublin, to obtain admission procedures and services for universities and colleges in Ireland in September 2021.

For more information visit: http://anabroad.com/

WhatsApp: +353 87 6261 590

Email: [email protected]

Kindly click the link below to join WhatsApp group chat to get important news and breaking news from Irish Samachar

https://chat.whatsapp.com/KBqVjwrzvrb386McEnoyZ5

Comments are closed.