Attracting and Retaining International Students, a report released by the European Migration Network has revealed that Ireland grew its international students from non-EEA (non-European Economic Area) countries by 45% over a five-year period from 2013 to 2017.
More and more international students are choosing to study in Ireland, a country renowned for its educational offering and soon to be the only English-speaking member of the European Union.
International students can study TU Dublin’s Higher Diploma in Hospitality Management for a year and get paid at the same time for gaining work experience in one of Ireland’s leading hotel groups.
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) has recently partnered with the Gleneagle Group to provide hospitality management students with an assured workplace experience in Killarney, which ranks second to Dublin in terms of visitor accommodations and number of hotel rooms.
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is offering scholarships to new international students from India, Nepal, Indonesia, Philippines and non-EU European countries. The deadline for applications is on 4 July.