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  • Top 3 reasons to study abroad in Ireland
    Posted on November 11, 2019
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    Study abroad consultants get various queries as per the specific needs and requirements of the individual students. While for some, the options for study overseas revolve around the affordability factor, there might be others for whom getting a student visa for accessing top-notch international education might be the priority instead. Where it comes to study… Read More »

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  • Top 5 reasons to study in Ireland
    Posted on October 4, 2019
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    Factors like the quality of education blended with your skills decide the kind of job you get in the future. This doesn’t mean just a mere degree for a college. These days, the place and college from where you got the degree also matters a lot. You can study in one part of the world… Read More »

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    Trinity University, Dublin has launched its 3rd Global Relations Strategy. It aims to increase the numbers of overseas students. The University also aims to increase engagement with Universities and students around the world. It also plans to offer more opportunities for overseas students. The strategy proposes to expand the partnership of Trinity with Universities across… Read More »

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    Former Overseas students in Ireland who are undocumented have a reason to cheer. Ireland will now permit them to remain in the nation. This is through a new immigration scheme. It will be applicable to those overseas students who were in Ireland via the Student Visas during the period 2005 January and 2010 December. The… Read More »

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    The number of foreign students who have joined undergraduate programs in Northern Ireland has increased by 16 percent. According to the BBC, there is also a slight increase in the number of EU students. The Universities and Colleges Admissions Services (UCAS) said that 35.4 percent of those who finished school are now joining the university.… Read More »

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    Overseas Students in Ireland have been asked to be cautious of accommodation scams. An awareness campaign titled ‘Scam Watch’ has been launched with this purpose. It aims at avoiding overseas students from being victimized by the accommodation scams. The Government of Ireland has planned to offer 7,000 extra student beds by the year 2019. The… Read More »

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