Indian students are attracted to Ireland owing to the excellence in academics as well as the forthcoming and secure ambiance of the nation. Ireland is a promising overseas study destination and is included among the friendliest and safest nations in the world.
In the recent years, though there has been a steep decline in the numbers of students who arrive at the UK for higher studies, Indian students are increasingly choosing Ireland as their destination for overseas education. The job oriented curriculum, academic excellence and appealing system of higher education attract students to Ireland, as quoted by India Today.
Enterprise Ireland, a department under the Ireland’s Minister for Education and Skills provides facilitation for students to gain employment in the nation after the completion of their studies and this is widely accepted by the people.
Director of Enterprise Ireland for South Asia – India, Rory Power has said that the economy of Ireland is growing at the fastest rate in Europe. This has resulted in a huge requirement of well-qualified degree holders. The state-of-the-art global education along with job prospects for overseas students after the studies have made Ireland an ideal destination for students from India added Mr. Power.
The unmatched dedication of Enterprise Ireland in facilitating overseas students to secure jobs after the completion of their studies is a feature that has caught the attention of worldwide students. Enterprise Ireland has facilitated more than 200, 000 overseas students to secure jobs.
At present, the number of students from India who are pursuing their higher studies in Ireland is 2,000 but the numbers are anticipated to grow at a much faster pace. The exit of the UK from the European Union leaves Ireland as European Union’s only English speaking nation.
Senior Education Advisor Barry O’Driscoll has said that students from India are now quite optimistic regarding the economic growth of Ireland and many students are enquiring regarding the job prospects after studies. The favored courses for students from India are cyber security and data analytics, cloud computing, MBA, and management.
Ireland is ranked fourth in the world for being the most welcoming nation as per the data revealed by Expat Insider Survey 2015. Ireland’s stay back policy motivates several students from India to pursue employment and associated prospects in the nation after the completion of their studies.
Education fairs provide a platform to the diverse stakeholders in India to keep them updated regarding the education opportunities in Ireland for students in India and also to enhance the prospects of proximity between both the nations. Students from India are accepted as a global asset in areas such as commerce, economy, technology, medicine, and science.
The participants at the fair will be given requited details regarding diverse courses, career prospects; visa process and admission procedures in Ireland.