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What makes Ireland a smart educational investment?

April 15, 2015 | By | No Comments

Ashutosh Bagla is a former University College Dublin and Education in Ireland Student Ambassador. With keen insight on education as a commodity, Ashutosh details Ireland’s position in the world economy based on its high social and educational standards…
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How to survive an Irish winter

April 14, 2015 | By | 3 Comments

Spring has well and truly arrived and Siobhán Darmody, an American exchange student at the Shannon College of Hotel Management, has learnt a lot about surviving an Irish winter over the past months. Here are her tips on getting through the cold, wet days, and what to look forward to… Read More

Understanding Dublin

April 12, 2015 | By | No Comments

Dublin is full of interesting bits and pieces, and Clara, our Griffith College Dublin Ambassador, took the time to learn about her new study abroad home while on a three month exchange here. From the history of Dublin street art to the marks of Ireland’s independence, she discovers the importance of understanding a new city when studying abroad in Ireland… Read More

What I love about Ireland

April 10, 2015 | By | No Comments

From the oh-so-friendly culture to the high standards of education, there are many reasons why students choose Ireland as a study abroad destination. Chern Yin Ng, an international student from Malaysia at Letterkerry IT details his favourite things about attending college in Ireland… Read More

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