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Last year more than six thousand Indian students came to study in Ireland

Dublin: Last year, more than six thousand Indian students chose Ireland for further studies, according to the Irish Embassy. Students are drawn to Ireland by the diversity of education, employment opportunities, and rapid growth of the Irish economy. Ireland has the fastest-growing economy in Europe.

Internships, placements, research opportunities…

Ireland offers many career opportunities to Indian students in various fields. Technology, IT, pharmaceuticals, life science, finance, engineering, construction, healthcare, renewable energy, etc. have many job opportunities for Indian students. Ireland offers a variety of programmes for students. Students can get internships, placements, and research opportunities.

Job opportunities after studies….

In the future, there will be the opportunity to link learning with Ireland’s Critical Skills Occupation List. International students are also given post-study work opportunities by the government. Through this, students have the opportunity to stay and work in the country even after completing their studies.

Without a work permit, you can stay in Ireland for two years.

Non-European (EEA) graduates living in Ireland can stay for up to two years to look for work under the Third Level Graduate Scheme. Without a work permit, graduates to PhDs can find work in any field, according to Irish Ambassador to India Brendan Ward.

English language

English language skills for Indian students in Ireland; Brendan Ward, the Irish Ambassador to India, described it as yet another accomplishment.

As the primary medium of study is English, Indian students who are proficient in the language can easily excel academically. You can easily communicate with your peers and teachers. Irish universities are also renowned for their academic excellence. Brendan Ward says that the best five percent of universities in the world are consistently located in Ireland.

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