Find a job in Ireland – www.irishjobs.ie
Search a comprehensive database of relevant, up-to-date vacancies across all disciplines – with companies advertising over 45,000 vacancies.
Discover Ireland – www.discoverireland.ie
Ireland’s most comprehensive Home Holidays website with information on everything one would want to take a holiday in Ireland. The site has thousands of good value ‘special offers’ and promotes the different regions, towns and localities around the country.
Rent a car – www.argus-rentacar.com , www.avis.ie
Leave the city behind, get on the open road and just go your own way.
A dictionary of slang – www.slang.ie
A dictionary of English slang and colloquialisms (informal speech) currently in use in the UK/Ireland
Student accommodation – www.collegecribs.ie
Forum, blogs, articles, TV channel, Maps
Dublin Tourist Information – www.visitdublin.com
The official online tourist office for Dublin. With a wide range of information on topics such as museums, events, transport, tours, galleries and restaurants of Dublin, you’ll want to spend as much time as you can discovering our wonderful capital city.
Enterprise Ireland – www.enterprise-ireland.ie
Enterprise Ireland are the Irish state development agency whose core mission is to ‘accelerate the development of world-class Irish companies’ across global markets. EI’s focus covers 5 main areas including export sales, research and innovation, productivity, expansion, start-ups and regional enterprise.
International Education Board of Ireland – www.iebi.ie
Established by the Irish government, the International Education Board’s remit is to facilitate and support the development of Ireland as an International education centre. The Board has representation from all interested sections of Irish education- Universities, Institutes of Technology, Independent Colleges and Language schools as well as from other Government Departments and agencies. IEBI is actively supported by Enterprise Ireland, Embassies and Failte Ireland.
Irish Council for International Students – www.icosirl.ie
ICOS aims to promote the general welfare of international students in Ireland. With a unique focus on the international student, and a secretariat in Dublin, ICOS aims to enhance the quality and benefits of international education in Ireland, by working closely with the main sectors involved, and providing specialised services as appropriate.
Union of Students in Ireland – www.usi.ie
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) is the sole national representative body for students in Ireland. Founded in 1959, USI now represents more than 250,000 students in over forty colleges across Ireland.