Ireland has a long history of welcoming international students and in recent years it has witnessed a large influx of Indian students contributing to the 86% increase in student exports. Following the great response, the Government of Ireland is back with their ‘Education in Ireland fairs’ for Indian students who are determined to polish their skills and grow both, professionally and personally.
This year the fairs will be conducted in 5 cities across India wherein leading Irish Institutes will be present in each fair to address, discuss, respond to queries, speak about programmes available, intakes, offer acceptance, campus life, accommodation, international student support, scholarships, culture and more under one roof to provide students and parents with integrated solutions for all their queries. The fairs will kick start from February 22nd in Delhi and will conclude in Bangalore on March 1st, 2020.
Mentioned below is a detailed list of all the Education in Ireland – India Fairs, February 2020
|Saturday 22nd February||Delhi||The Shangri La’s – Eros Hotel
11 am to 4 pm
|Sunday 23rd February||Lucknow||Taj Mahal
12 pm to 5 pm
|Wednesday 26th February||Mumbai||The St Regis
1 pm to 6 pm
|Saturday 29th February||Chennai||Taj Coromandel
11 am to 4 pm
|Sunday 1st March||Bengaluru||Taj MG Road
12 pm to 5 pm
Explaining the purpose behind organizing these fairs, Mr. Barry O’Driscoll, Senior Education Adviser, India – Education in Ireland said, “In addition to meeting the institutions, the annual fairs are designed for the benefit of the student to access end-to-end education market in Ireland while getting a broader perspective on the variety of courses being offered, the job opportunities given post studies and to understand the visa procedures without bearing any financial risk or investment of time.”
At this edition of the fair, Education in Ireland will also be organizing a Hospitality Masterclass in Mumbai with an aim to provide a platform to students who are interested in Hotel Managements & culinary arts. Apart from the wide range of sponsorships from multiple Irish sources, Education in Ireland will also offer 3000-euro worth scholarships to two students present at the fair from each city.
Acknowledging the trends of education, India has always invested in education with a strong sense of ROI- which in simple terms means the career boost against their graduation. “India has been an influential market in terms of both trade and international students export for Ireland. Many students who aspire to receive higher-education from a foreign country are now well aware of Ireland and its globally recognized degrees & courses, benefits of working part-time and a 24 month stay back option as these factors have tremendously contributed to the rise in education exports. Over 4500 Indian students are currently studying in Ireland and we hope to see this number increase in the coming years.” adds Mr. O’Driscroll who will be present at the fairs to have face-to-face interaction with the students.
The fairs will provide a free platform for all students to gauge their prospects, apply directly to the below mentioned leading Irish institution and get firsthand information on courses, scholarships, intakes etc.
|Athlone Institute of Technology||Maynooth University|
|Cork Institute of Technology||Technological University Dublin|
|Dublin Business School||Limerick Institute of Technology|
|Dublin City University||Trinity College Dublin|
|Dundalk Institute of Technology||University College Cork|
|Griffith College||University College Dublin|
|Institute of Technology Carlow||University of Limerick|
|Letterkenny Institute of Technology||Waterford Institute of Technology|
Ireland offers unbeatable academic excellence, employment opportunities and welcoming, safe, English speaking environment that is easy to settle in to. Qualifications from the above mentioned institutions are globally recognized and will be a passport for global success for the youth. Students are advised to bring along their educational certificates in original along with photocopies.