University College Dublin is Offering Graduate Scholarships For Indian Students for 2014

Scholarships are available for most Graduate Taught Masters offered by UCD with exception of Graduate Taught Masters in the areas of Medicine and Medical Science, Veterinary Medicine, or in the Smurfit School of Business, or for Joint Masters. 55 Scholarships will be awarded (5 scholarships will cover 50% of the tuition fee and 50 scholarships […]

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Ireland eyes Indian students

Targets enrollment numbers to 5,000 by 2016, from the current 1,000 Ireland seems to be emerging as a new destination on the Indian students education map. In 2012, the total number of Indian students in Ireland stood at 1,000 and this number is expected to double as the visa application numbers have gone up by […]

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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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Five Indian tour operators visit Ireland for the first time

Five key Indian tour operators have visited Ireland as part of Tourism Ireland’s push to grow visitor numbers from the fast-growth ‘BRIC’ (Brazil, Russia, India, China) countries. It was the first time for everyone in the group to come here and their trip included taking a Viking Splash tour and a visit to Trinity College […]

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More than 1,600 jobs being created by firms backed by Enterprise Ireland

MORE than 1,600 jobs are being created with the emergence of new ‘high potential’ start-up companies backed by Enterprise Ireland last year. Sales of more than €300m will be generated through the 97 firms that received state-support to get off the ground in 2012. The companies represent a wide range of sectors including financial services, […]

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Ireland’s Hosting Agreement Scheme Invites Researchers

Hosting Agreement scheme for non-EU researchers is monitored by the Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation (DJEI), the Irish Universities Association (IUA), and the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Services (INIS). Plan is designed for non-EU researchers mostly from India, China and South Korea. The researchers must be employed by the Irish higher education, public research […]

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Ireland: Heart of Cloud Computing Industry

Investments in cloud computing sector have grown in recent times in Ireland. The jobs advertised for the sector have also seen a rise. Cloud computing companies, both domestic and multinationals are seeing a steady growth. There are multinationals who had opened their facilities in Ireland in 1980s and 1990s. There are also new start-ups coming […]

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