Visa to Ireland from India – Student Visa, Tourist Visa to Ireland

Ireland Student Visa from India

Visa to Ireland from India – Years round, many of the overseas individuals from across the globe are choosing to visit European nations to get themselves indulged in multicultural ambiance, peaceful environment, welcoming society, picturesque beaches, and many others. With the rise in the number of must-see tourist hot spots, the count of overseas tourists visiting […]

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Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Ireland

Outdoors lovers will find lots to be excited about in Ireland, with acres of wild and windswept countryside, cute-as-a-button villages and hair-raising coastal cliffs making up the country’s surprisingly varied scenery. From mesmerizing UNESCO World Heritage sites to unique vistas that beg to be photographed, these are 10 of the most beautiful places to visit […]

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Irish education a cost-effective proposition

For students keen on pursuing their higher education in Ireland, Education in Ireland, managed by Enterprise Ireland — the agency responsible for developing, promoting, and branding Ireland’s international higher education offerings — had organised a fair in four Indian cities: Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai, and one in Delhi to take place on November 23. The fair, […]

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Three of Ireland’s tourist attractions named in world’s best 1000 adventure tasks

Lonely planet named surfing, climb and a horse riding attractions in their list Three of the country’s tourist delights have been named in the world’s 1000 ultimate tasks for adventurers. The Lonely Planet’s 1000 Ultimate Adventures presents 100 top ten lists of adventure activities and destinations which it says are perfect for thrill seekers. The […]

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Ireland Emerges As New Higher Education Hub

For those students looking for higher education opportunities overseas, Ireland is the hot new destination. The primary reason for the country’s growing popularity is perhaps the fact that it is easier on the pocket when compared with favourites such as UK, New Zealand and Australia. Ireland has seen a 100 per cent growth in the […]

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Last budget ‘helped create jobs’

Measures introduced in last year’s budget have helped create employment and boost the commercial property and financial services sector, according to the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan. Speaking to the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, Mr Noonan said that there had been a broad-based recovery in the employment market with the agri-food, manufacturing and financial services […]

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