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Capital : Dublin
Language : English
Official Currency : Euro 
Why Study at Ireland?
Ireland's long and honourable tradition in educational excellence is recognized 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 
Quality Education
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. Ireland is recognized as an international location for high quality scientific research. Irish higher education institutions are widely recognized for excellence in many disciplines. 
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.
Higher Education
The international dimension of education is important in Ireland, which has one of the most trade dependent economies in the world. The Irish Government has invested in the internationalization of our education system, both to promote the international activities and linkages of our colleges and to encourage students from overseas countries to study in Ireland. Higher Education in Ireland consists of the universities (with associated colleges of education), institutes of technology, and a number of private independent colleges. The universities and institutes of technology are autonomous and self-governing, but are substantially state-funded
Student Expenses
The main costs that students can expect to incur while in Ireland include fees*, accommodation and living expenses. These vary considerably depending on the course, the institution and the lifestyle of the student. The universities and colleges have a small number of scholarships for overseas students. Students are advised to contact the institution directly to obtain Application.
Student Visa and Part Time Jobs
Applying for an Irish student visa allows a foreign national the opportunity to immigrate to Ireland on a temporary basis in order to undertake a course of study in the country. They are subject to change as we continue in our efforts to provide a more efficient service to our customers. Successful applicants in possession of an Irish study permit are permitted to work in Ireland part time in order to supplement their income. Students may work part-time up to a maximum of 20 hours per week. In Ireland, visa applications for students may result in a successful candidate being in the country for a period of several years.
Institutes :
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Galway Cultural Institute Galway View Website