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Study in Ireland

Located on the northwestern tip of Europe, Ireland has a long and complicated history. The first major tribe to settle on the island was known as the Celts. The customs, myths and languages ​​of these peoples are still of great importance to Irish citizens today. Gaelic is still the official language of Ireland, and although all streets and other public official signs are adorned with English, it is spoken by minorities as everyone in Ireland now communicates in English. It has been.

Dublin, the country's capital, is bustling, vibrant and the center of Ireland's economy. Ireland is known for its student pubs, of course, but there are plenty of other hidden gems that will surprise and delight you.

Why Ireland?
  • Low-cost education 

  • Globally ranked top universities and study programs

  • Several degrees course

  • Affordable cost of living

  • Working opportunities for international students up to 20 hours per week

  • Opportunity to learn a new language

  • Rich in cultural diversity and historical heritage

  • Safe country for international students

  • Post study work visa

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