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Study in Ireland

Ireland is one of the best places in the world to live. Perhaps the best country in the world to live. But don’t just take our word for it.

Ireland is still top in The Good Country Index which ranked 125 countries around the world “on what they contribute to humanity and the rest of the planet”.

Ireland came top in the Index’s “Equality and Prosperity” category. So the country is especially attractive to ambitious people who want to relocate from abroad and advance their careers.

Town & country

Another reason why you might find Ireland particularly attractive is its geography. Cities like Dublin, Cork and Galway are often found among the top best cities in the world in which to live and, as a result, are highly sought after as locations both by new businesses and by high quality, experienced and well trained people.

Family friendly

With plenty of high quality primary, secondary and pre-schools, and some of Europe’s best universities and technical colleges, there are educational opportunities to suit all requirements. So it is a great country to raise a family.

Study in Ireland

Top Universities in Ireland

Many universities in Ireland rank impressively well at international level, and the country as a whole is understandably a popular choice for international students. The varied selection of higher education institutions combines with historic cities, beautiful countryside and Ireland’s unique culture to make the country a highly attractive study destination. If you're among those choosing to study in Ireland, click on the tabs below to find out more about Irish universities, cities, applications and more.

Higher education in Ireland consists of universities, specialist colleges (offering courses in a single subject area), and institutes of technology. The latter do not just offer courses in technology subjects, but also cover a wide range of vocational programs, in subjects including hospitality, healthcare, pharmacy, media, textiles, marketing and many more.

Ireland’s seven public universities are all ranked within the world’s top 700 in the QS World University Rankings® 2016-2017, as is one of the 14 institutes of technology. Ireland also has seven private-sector colleges, ranging in size from the tiny Burren College of Art, which has only about 200 students, to the huge Dublin Business School, which has a student community of about 9,000.

  • Trinity College Dublin: Established back in 1592, Trinity College Dublin is Ireland’s oldest higher education institution and one of the seven “ancient universities” in the territory of the UK and Ireland. It is the only constituent college of the University of Dublin, and was modelled after the colleges of Oxford and Cambridge. Today, Trinity College Dublin is Ireland’s most prestigious university, ranked joint 98th in the world. Over 17,000 students are currently enrolled across the university’s three faculties: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Engineering, Mathematics and Sciences; or Health Sciences.

  • University College Dublin: Also based in the lively Irish capital, University College Dublin has its roots in the Catholic University of Ireland, which was founded in 1854. Ireland’s second representative in the international rankings, it ranks 176th in the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017. Approximately 33,400 students are currently enrolled, and the university consists of five colleges, 34 schools and 18 research institutes and centers. It is associated with many notable alumni, including the famous Irish writer James Joyce, actor Gabriel Byrne, and Oscar-winning director and producer Neil Jordan.

  • National University of Ireland, Galway: The National University of Ireland, Galway made an impressive leap from joint 271st to joint 249th in the 2016 edition of the QS World University Rankings, and also has a five-star rating in the QS Stars assessment system. More than 17,000 students are enrolled at the university, which is based in the city of Galway, on the western coast of Ireland, and the campus is currently undergoing a €400 million redevelopment program.

  • University College Cork: The next highest-ranked Irish higher education institute at joint 283rd in the world is University College Cork. In 1998 it was officially renamed University College Cork – National University of Ireland, Cork, but it’s still widely known as University College Cork, or UCC. University College Cork was the world’s first university to receive the international Green Flag for environmental sustainability, in 2010.

  • Dublin City University: A much younger institution compared to the three historic universities listed above, Dublin City University was established in 1975, and gained university status in 1989. Nonetheless, it’s gained a strong position in a short space of time, ranked joint 380th in the world. About 16,000 students are currently enrolled, including around 1,000 enrolled in distance education courses. Based in the northern part of the city of Dublin, the university boasts an impressive selection of on-campus facilities.

    Living Costs

    Before deciding to study Ireland, you should ensure that you have sufficient funds to cover your costs of living. For students who require a visa, being able to demonstrate this will form part of your application.

    Precisely how much you will need will vary depending on where you are studying in Ireland, on the type of accommodation you choose and, of course, on your own personal lifestyle. But, on average, we estimate that a student will spend between €7,000 and €12,000 per year.

    Climate

    Like it’s people, Ireland’s weather is never boring or predictable. Dancing in the rain, blowing in the wind, but all the time, the sun is never far away!

    The climate can be summed up as being mild, moist and changeable with abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes. You can experience all four seasons in the one day, if you're lucky!

    Extreme winters are rare, and you're more likely to encounter a warm glow than a frosty reception, with average winter temperatures of between 40°F/5°C and 46°F/8°C.

    Summer temperatures are generally between 60°F/15°C to 70°F/20°C. One thing that is more than probable is rain - that’s what makes our grass so green, so don’t forget to pack your rain gear and a woolly jumper!

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Dynamic Strategies has been involved in training activities for quite some time now. We undertake complete responsibility for providing training, preparation of training materials, hospitality of trainees, etc.

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