Ireland is an excellent choice for Studies, both for Undergraduate (Bachelor) and Postgraduate (Master) level, and it also has amazing employment opportunities because as incredible as it may seem, “all the big companies” have their European headquarters in Ireland.

What are the reasons that will lead you to choose Ireland for your studies:

  1. It has one of the world’s best educational systems.
  2. It is a country with a long educational tradition. The country’s Government invests significantly in the education system as it considers it an important tool for strengthening the economy.
  3. It is a very safe and friendly country.
  4. Universities offer very low tuition fees to European students amounting to 3.000€ per year, and the duration of the studies is 3 or 4 years. And there are scholarship grants available that make your studies free.
  5. The Irish Government awards several scholarships to students from EU Member States.
  6. The accommodation experience is unique and very affordable, with modern facilities that highlight the love for the environment in a country well known for its history and culture.
  7. It is an English-speaking country, and all study programs are in English.
  8. You’ll have endless possibilities for work alongside your studies (English-speaking country).
  9. An important advantage that entails no further formalities is the possibility to stay in Ireland for permanent work/career, since all businesses, Multinational and Irish ones have English as their official language. The unemployment rate is just 5% (and there is no need to learn another language).

Another factor that enhances the possibility to stay in Ireland for permanent work/career is the fact that the largest Multinational businesses of the planet have moved their European headquarters to Ireland, generating revenue within the country, which over the past 10-15 years has sent the per capita income of Irish people soaring. Such companies are the following: Google, Hewlett-Packard, Apple, IBM, Xerox, Oracle, Intel, NCR, SanDisk, Microsoft, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Yahoo, SAP, Accenture, PayPal, HubSpot, eBay, Pfizer, Airbnb, as well as many Irish big companies such as Ryanair, CRH (Cement Roadstone Holdings), DCC (Development Capital Corporation), Smurfit Kappa, etc.