Education Ireland Fair 2018: 20 Universities take part at the Enterprise Ireland organised event to woo Indian students
With a sizeable portion of Indian students making Ireland a most preferred destination for higher education. Education in Ireland is an Irish national brand under the authority of the Minister for Education and Skills.
Glimpse of Education in Ireland Fair
The fair, Education Ireland Education Fair 2018 kick-started on November 17 at the Shangri – La hotel Delhi for students aspiring to pursue higher education in Ireland. An estimated 300 students in Delhi attended the fair. The education fair is spanning five cities wherein prominent universities and educational institutes of Ireland are meeting students under one roof. It will conclude in Chennai on November 25. In addition to Delhi and Chennai, the fair is also happening in Pune, Mumbai and Bangalore as well.
Barry O’Driscoll, Senior Education Adviser, Education in Ireland said, “This education fair aims to provide a transparent and delightful opportunity for the students to grow personally and professionally. We aspire to help students and institutions to achieve their goals as efficiently and effectively as possible. Also this fair’s goal was to create opportunities for Indian counterparts to form business partnerships with local institutions with a common goal to bring the highest standards in education system.”
Slew of Options
This Education Fair was distinctive in terms of options it provided to each seeker, who could apply to the institution of his/her choice and get first-hand information on courses, scholarships right there. Education in Ireland’s education fair in Delhi also provided an opportunity to have one-on-one interactions with 20 institutions such as Athlone Institute of Technology, Cork Institute of Technology, Dublin Business School, Dublin City University, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Griffith College, Institute of Technology Carlow, Limerick Institute of Technology, Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Maynooth University, National College of Ireland, National University of Ireland, Galway; Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, University College Cork, University College Dublin, University of Limerick and Waterford Institute of Technology.
Enterprise Ireland which manages the Education in Ireland national brand under the authority of the Minister for Education and Skills. Enterprise Ireland is responsible for the promotion of Irish Higher Education Institutions overseas. Ireland’s higher education institutes offer a remarkable 5000+ programs. Covering a huge diverse range these courses lead to internationally recognised, quality assured qualifications. Irish universities are ranked amongst the best in the world and studying in Ireland, for students, also means the free fees scheme, enabling those who meet the criteria to avoid tuition fees if studying a public funded course. For international students, there a huge variety of scholarships, grants and bursaries to help fund your studies in this beautiful country.