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Study in Ireland , Ireland Educational ConsultantWhy Ireland?
Listen to the roar of the waves or the hush of the barge as it passes you by, and you'll know why Ireland is a water-lover's haven

With unparalleled spots like Brandon Bay, Clew Bay, Portrush, and Portstewart, and over 3,480 miles of pristine coastline, temperate conditions, masses of lakes, rivers and waterways, Ireland is ripe for a waterworld discovery.

What’s out there?
Local and international surfers take to the waves around the island along a coastline that's big on thrills with exhilarating swells and pristine beaches. Meanwhile, windsurfers adore the steady winds and countless safe, clean beaches that make Ireland a number one destination.

There are thousands of kilometres of coastline waiting to be discovered by the intrepid scuba diver with sheltered harbours for the beginner, and steep rocky cliff faces for the more experienced diver. Water-skiers and wake boarders can also enjoy great facilities around the country.

Canoeists will thrive on the passion the Irish have for canoeing, and you’ll be spoiled for choice with whitewater, downhill, slalom, surfing and sprint canoeing.

Where better to take to the seas than in a country with an impeccable sailing heritage and a coastline that will rouse your spirits and inspire your soul?
Study in Ireland
Ireland's long and honourable tradition in educational excellence is recognised the world over. Dating back to the Middle Ages, Ireland held the position as one of the principal education providers to the western world. Successive modern governments have continued to regard education as a key priority and investment in this area has been sustained for a long time. This has resulted in one of the highest education participation rates in the world today, which, in turn, has had positive implications for the strong economic growth and development of Ireland

Ireland is a country steeped in tradition and history. Ireland's long-standing tradition of providing exceptional education began with 6th century Irish scholar-monks, who travelled throughout Europe establishing centres of learning. Ireland's long and honourable tradition in educational excellence is recognised the world over.  Successive modern governments have continued to regard education as a key priority and investment in this area has been sustained for a long time. This has resulted in one of the highest education participation rates in the world today.
Why Study in Ireland?
Friendly Country
Voted by Lonely Planet as the most friendly country in the world (2008 & 2010)
Irish people are among the most enriching reasons to study in Ireland. We are renowned for our friendliness and hospitality which greatly contributes to the ease with which overseas students adapt to student life in Ireland. We are naturally curious and genuinely interested in others. A strong sense of community abounds

English Speaking
Ireland is an English speaking country. Some of the great writers in English literature have come from Ireland. These include Jonathan Swift, James Joyce, William Butler Yeats, Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett.

Ireland has a reputation for being a safe and welcoming country to live in ranking 12th in the 2009 Global Peace Index

Education System
Ireland has one of the best education systems in the world according to the independent IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook 2009 (ranks 8th)

Irish education is of the highest international quality.The quality of the Irish education system is a major contributing factor to the rapid rate of economic growth Ireland has experienced over the last few decades.

Open Economy
Ireland's small open economy has achieved deep integration within the world economy. Among the key factors contributing to this has been the Irish education system in general, and the higher education system in particular. Almost one thousand overseas companies use Ireland as their European base including Google, Intel, Yahoo, Adobe, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Apple and Amazon.com to name but a few!

Irish higher education institutions are widely recognised for excellence in many disciplines.

Quality Research
Ireland is recognised as an international location for high quality scientific research.

Young Population
Ireland has a young vibrant population, with 36% of the population under the age of 25, Ireland is one of the most exciting places in the world to be a student.

Ireland is beautiful - much of the countryside remains unspoilt providing an excellent natural habitat for a flourishing flora and fauna. Ireland's landscape provides a rich environment for the many outdoor leisure pursuits for which it is famous. Watersports, hill walking, rocking climbing and caving are just a few of the many activities which can be enjoyed when taking a break from study

Global Centre
Ireland is a global centre of artistic and cultural excellence.

Rich Cultural Heritage
Ireland has a rich cultural heritage with its own distinctive language (Gaelic) music, culture and sports.

Ireland is a dynamic, lively and modern country

Highly Developed Democracy
Ireland is a highly developed democracy with a modern economy. The Irish economy is particularly strong in the areas of software development, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and international services.

The number of international students visiting Ireland is increasing each year, students from all over the world are taking advantage of the higher education standard in Ireland coupled with the unique cultural experience.

Above all, however, Ireland is renowned worldwide for its friendliness and its welcome to visitors. These core values are as prevalent in Irish society today as ever. You can be sure that an integral part of "The Irish Experience" will be the welcome you receive!
Irish Education System
Ireland has a long and honourable tradition in education. As a result of a sustained investment in this area Ireland now has one of the highest educational participation rates in the world - 81% of Irish students complete second-level and approx 60% go on to higher education. This dynamic, educated population has made its mark at home and abroad with international companies looking to Ireland again and again when hiring graduates for top class positions.

Responsibility for education lies within the Department of Education and Science.It administers all aspects of education policy including curricula, syllabi and national examinations. Attendance at full time education is compulsory in Ireland from six to fifteen years of age and is free in the majority of schools, and at undergraduate third-level. Education is considered a fundamental right under our constitution.

The Irish Education System was traditionally divided into three basis levels: Primary (8 years), Secondary (5 or 6 years) and Higher Education which offers a wide range of opportunities from post-secondary courses, to vocational and technical training, to full degree and the highest post-graduate levels. In recent years the focus has expanded to include pre-school education and adult and further education as the concept of lifelong learning becomes reflected in the education opportunities available within the Irish education system.


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