Study in Ireland has longstanding and enduring tradition of providing high level and good quality education as well as massive history of obliging international students in universities, colleges and in English Languages schools as well.
English language is very common in Ireland and because of this the country is known as English Speaking country which is now becoming a main international language. However, Irish language is also very common in the country and you have to learn it if you are eager to experience a little culture of the country.
As similar to the other countries of the world, Study in Ireland has also been smash with the financial issues however, it remain quite affordable in terms of finance and funding. A large number of candidates who are studying in educational institutes of Ireland get scholarships from university or colleges which help them to cover their annual fees and other charges in the whole year. The candidates who are ratified as toppers on the basis of test will get approximately double amount of maintenance grant.
Ireland has young, active and self-motivated with forty percent of population whose age is less than 25 and this trait make Study Abroad in Ireland top international student destination in the entire world.
In the country, here is something for everyone. If you enjoy the attractive and gorgeous sceneries then there are also many outside activities for you with some of the best impressions in the world on the west coast, hiking, climbing and trekking etc.
Brief information about Ireland
Land area: 26,598 sq mi (68,889 sq km); total area: 27,135 sq mi (70,280 sq km)
Population (2009 est.): 4,203,200 (growth rate: 1.1%); birth rate: 14.2/1000; infant mortality rate: 5.0/1000; life expectancy: 78.2;
Density per sq km: 60
Capital (2003 est.): Dublin, 1,018,500
Other large cities: Cork, 193,400; Limerick, 84,900; Galway, 67,200
Monetary unit: Euro (formerly Irish pound [punt])
Languages: English, Irish (Gaelic) (both official)
Ethnicity/race: Celtic, English
Religions: Roman Catholic 88%, Church of Ireland 3%, other Christian 2%, none 4%
National Holiday: Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17
Literacy rate: 99% (2003 est.)
Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2007 est.): $187.5 billion; per capita $45,600.