Ireland is located in the North-West of Europe. It is detached from its neighbouring Island Great Britain by the Irish Sea and the north channel. Ireland is the 20th largest island on the earth and third-largest in Europe. Ireland with Great Britain along with many tiny islands are called The British Isles. The clime of Ireland is mild and divided as Oceanic presence. As a result, summers are cooler than continental Europe and winters are calm than expected such a north region. There are ample rainfall and cloudy sky.
Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland, which is situated on the eastern portion of the country. Euro is the currency of this country but Northern Ireland has been detached from the southern part that’s why it uses Pound sterling at place Euro. English and Irish both are Ireland Official language but Northern Ireland has no official language. Ireland’s population 92% part follows Roman Catholic as their religion but all other religions also respected there. Ireland has a modern knowledge economy and reliant on investment, trade and industry. Now, it has one of the fastest-growing economies in the world.
Ireland is one of the best-educated countries in the European Union and continues to be a destination of choice for international businesses from around the globe, based largely on the quality of Ireland’s education system.
The educational qualifications available in Ireland are recognized throughout the world, and represent a practical and proven gateway to a wide range of university and career choices.
As a country, Ireland has a long history of educating international students and offers a level of educational achievement that ranks with anything in the world.
Politically, Ireland is a safe and stable country, with a vibrant, young and multi-cultural population. A common Irish greeting is “A hundred thousand welcomes”, and it is rightly marketed around the world as a particularly friendly and open country.
Ireland is a high-tech hub for Europe and the wider world, with major technology companies such as Intel, Google, Facebook, eBay, Twitter, Hewlett Packard having their European headquarters in the country.
Universities and colleges in Ireland
Student Visa Requirements
Student Visa Ireland, Students Visa Requirements for Study in Ireland: Application Form, Process Procedure for Study in Ireland Visa- Visa Requirements:-
For an Irish visa a student requires the following to be submitted:
NOTE : Any certificate must have been issued within 2 years of the expected commencement date of your course.Upon submitting the application candidates are also required to submit a copy of their passport. Original passports would only be required for authentication. The embassy has the reserve right for asking any other authentication. Incomplete applications would not be accepted .Visa processing takes about three weeks. All regulations consular fees or services are subject to change without any prior notice.
Irish Government homepage www.irlgov.ie
Basis (Business Access to State Information and Services) www.basis.ie
Companies Registration Office www.cro.ie
Enterprise Ireland is the government agency responsible for the development of Irish industry
Industrial Development Agency (IDA) www.ida.ie
Irish Government agency with responsibility for securing new investment from overseas in manufacturing and internationally traded services sectors.
Chambers of Commerce of Ireland www.chambersireland.com
Irish Exporters Association www.irishexporters.ie
Ireland-Israel Business Association
The Ireland Israel Economic and Business Association was established in 1988 prior to the existence of an official Israeli Commercial representative. The IIEBA provided export-marketing services for Israeli companies in Ireland. Since the establishment of a resident Embassy in Ireland in 1994 the Commercial Section carries out this work and the IIEBA (which changed its name in 1994 to the Ireland-Israel Business Association) tries to promote Ireland-Israel trade links through networking arrangements.
Irelands official tourism information resource
Searchable Classified business index
Irish News and information.
Resource for property, Jobs and Motors.