Facts on Dublin and Ireland
  • Ireland’s capital city, Dublin has one of the youngest populations in Europe
  • Dublin is ranked the 2nd best student city in the world for student mix, while also ranked as the 3rd best city in the world to visit for 2016
  • The population of Dublin is 1.5 million and Ireland’s total population is 4.5 million.
  • Ireland is currently the fastest growing economy in Europe
  • Ireland has 3 of the top 5 friendliest cities in the world – Dublin, Cork and Galway, according to Yahoo! Travel
  • The spoken language is English
  • Ireland’s currency is the Euro
  • Leading IT organisations have established their European headquarters in Ireland – Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Microsoft, Intel, Dell and IBM to name a few
  • A friendly, peaceful and safe study destination for international students
  • A flexible and non-bureaucratic visa process reflecting a desire to positively welcome international students
  • Travel around other countries in Europe is very easy, given Ireland’s membership of the EU
  • Flexible approach to employment for international students.  Students can work for 20 hours per week in term time and 40 hours per week in vacations.  Students can also stay on after completing their studies to look for work
  • Over 1000 years of history reflected in a multitude of historic sites, churches, cathedrals and castles
  • A rich literary and cultural heritage
  • A multi-cultural environment in Dublin with cultures, religions and nationalities from all over the world.

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