The ultra-modern gateway to Europe and the UK

The ultra-modern gateway to Europe and the UK, yet boasting a rich Celtic tradition which still provides the spirit of the nation – Ireland will be your pathway to university and career success on the global stage.

Ireland has one of the highest education participation rates in the world today. In turn, this has had a positive impact on the economic growth and development of our country.

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Some Fun Facts

Ireland is an English speaking country with a mild climate and a population of 4.8 million

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

Ireland has a high quality education system which is internationally recognised

Students can save up to 40% on the cost of their Foundation studies compared to the UK

Irish weather and climate are influenced most by the Atlantic Ocean. As a result, it doesn’t have the extreme temperatures that other countries at similar latitude would have.

The average temperature is a mild 50°F.

Working in Ireland

DIFC students are not permitted to work during their foundation studies; however, if you progress to undergraduate or postgraduate studies in Ireland, you will be allowed to work part-time up to 20 hours per week during school term and 40 hours per week during holidays. There are some exceptions to this, so if you are considering working during your studies, come and talk to us and we can advise you further.

You can find more details here on the INIS website.

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