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More than five thousand Indian students have chosen Ireland for higher studies

Dublin: More than 5,000 Indian students are coming to study in Ireland next year. They are seeking admission for the January and September intakes.

Engineering, computing, business, nursing, and social sciences are among the most popular majors among Indian students. In addition, Ireland has announced a two-year stay-back option for international students. Interest in technical courses such as AI, agri-tech, data analytics, fin-tech, and cyber security has recently increased.

Through the education fair conducted by Education Ireland and private companies, hundreds of students have expressed their interest in various courses. The fair in November featured 16 higher education institutions from Ireland. The fair provided information to students and parents about everything from visa processing, programmes, intakes, offers, campus life, accommodations, international student support, and scholarships.

The Embassy should step in.
At the same time, various social organisations have come forward to demand that colleges and universities be prevented from recruiting more students as the lack of accommodation in Ireland worsens. They are demanding that the Embassy and the Government of India instruct the Indian students to stay away from choosing Ireland if the college authorities do not give assurances on providing accommodation facilities to international students.

About thirty percent of the total international students in Ireland are from India. If Ireland is unable to provide the necessary security and facilities, the students who have arrived here are requesting that the government intervene. Hundreds of students who arrived in January and September are still wandering without adequate accommodation.

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