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Tips for preparing yourself for a Master’s degree in Ireland

March 6, 2021 | Nsikak Nyah

Nigerian student Nsikak Nyah had to adjust to a lot when he arrived in Ireland, but he is loving the challenge, and in this piece he shares all the things he would love to have known before he came to study at Limerick Institute of Technology for his Master's in Quantity Surveying.  Read More

Get out of your comfort zone: it’s worth it!

March 4, 2021 | Megha Rawat To make the most of her time in Ireland doing Business Studies at Griffith College Dublin, Indian student Megha Rawat had to overcome her natural shyness. But getting out of her comfort zone has been worth the effort, and today Ireland is her home from home. Read More

Working on the frontline during Covid-19

March 3, 2021 | Camila Pulz de Faria Brazilian Student Ambassador Camila Faria had the additional challenge of being a healthcare assistant while studying but has managed to do both Read More

Ireland vs India: how the academic approach differs

February 25, 2021 | Harsh Vardhan Rai It didn't take long for Indian student Harsh Vardhan Rai to realise that the approach to academic study in Ireland is very different to that of his home country of India, but he's enjoying the challenge!  Harsh, who is doing an MSc. Computer Science (Data Science) at Technological University Dublin, tells us all about it in his blog. Read More

Why I chose Ireland as a place to study AI

February 24, 2021 | Jerry Ugbomine Nigerian student Avura Jerry Ugbomine really did his homework about where to study for his Master's degree in Computing and Artificial Intelligence. And he really feels Ireland is exactly where he needs to be. Read More

A day in the life of a medical student in Dublin

February 17, 2021 | Yohan Irani Yohan Irani, who is from India and a second-year medical student in Dublin, takes us on a lovely tour of the city. Read More

Simple remedies to cure those homesick blues

February 16, 2021 | Karin Ishak Canadian Student Ambassador Karin Ishak has made Ireland her second home but she also knows it can be hard to be away from family and friends Read More

A year in my life? Or a whole life in one year?

February 15, 2021 | Caroline Pereira How much can you live in a year? How much difference does a year make? Brazilian Student Ambassador Caroline Pereira discusses how the last few months changed her Read More

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Social life while studying in Ireland during Covid-19

February 1, 2021 | Abbie O'Connor Abbie O’Connor, who is originally from Atlanta, Georgia, is full of praise for how students are coping with the restrictions but still enjoying college life Read More

Learning how to study in university

August 19, 2020 | Kathryn Bordonaro Kathryn Bordonaro, one of our American Student Ambassdors who is studying at Maynooth University, has some practical advice for students starting out on their academic career Read More

City Guide to Cork: Ireland’s ‘real’ capital

July 18, 2020 | Gillian Fallon Cork is the ‘real’ capital of Ireland. Well, that’s what Cork people would have you believe, and if you judge this friendly, vibrant city on its own terms, you might agree.  As a student, it has everything you need. And the surrounding countryside and coastline are famous for their natural beauty.  Read More

Things to know about being an older student in Cork

June 16, 2020 | Kimberly Reyes American Student Ambassador Kimberly Reyes has some practical and very sensible advice for any foreign student coming to study in Cork Read More

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