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How DCU’s foundation programs benefit students

International students from Asia, Europe and the Middle East have extolled the benefits of Dublin City University’s International Foundation Programs (IFPs), pathway programs designed to prepare international students for entry into their bachelor’s or master’s degrees and hone their English proficiency as they interact with the university’s 16,000 students from 109 countries. Hongtong Liu of…

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Turning the spotlight on TU Dublin’s MSc in Energy Management ­

With a Master’s degree that integrates energy, environmental issues and management, graduates of the Master of Science in Energy Management are poised to have highly-esteemed, relevant careers in the next few years.

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Students receive scholarship with IT Sligo’s MSc in Public Health Nutrition

IT Sligo has announced that international students will be entitled to a 10-15% scholarship when they enrol in the institution’s latest postgraduate course offering for the September 2020 intake.

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Survey says 79% of international students have a positive student experience

A survey of the student experience of some 40,000 students in 27 Irish higher education institutions (HEIs) reveals that 78.6% of international students are generally positive about their teaching and learning experiences.

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Pointers for the January 2020 intake

International students who wish to study at EduCo’s Irish partner institutions Technological University Dublin, Dublin City University, IT Sligo and Maynooth University should now be completing their requirements in order to meet the mid-December deadline.

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3 DCU students join Ireland’s Student Ambassador Program

Dublin City University students Chao Yuan Hsu, Shamile Aicha Aldossary and Akanksha Puniyani have been named International Student Ambassadors by Education in Ireland, an organisation being managed by Enterprise Ireland and backed by the Minister for Education and Skills.

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Why Dublin City University is #1 in Ireland for graduate employment

International students of Dublin City University have a reason to be more confident about their job prospects after graduation based on the latest rankings released by QS.

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How Ireland’s universities prepare students to be job-ready

With the unemployment rate in Ireland at 4.4% – its lowest level since 2005 – international students have a great chance of landing a job after graduation.

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Maynooth graduates land prestigious jobs in research and finance

Chinese international students Long Cheng and Wanjun Yang both completed their respective degrees at Maynooth University. Now they are embarking on their professional career in Ireland.

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DCU’s International Foundation Program registers record growth

Dublin City University (DCU) has experienced a record growth for the International Foundation Program in this year’s September intake.

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1-year Master's at TU Dublin qualifies graduates for a 2-year post-study work visa

International students can enrol in any of the following one-year graduate degree programs at TU Dublin – MSc in Tourism Management, MSc in Hospitality Management and MSc in Event Management – and can apply for a two-year post-study work visa upon graduation.

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Continuing international students to benefit from new online visa renewal

International students of TU Dublin, Dublin City University and Maynooth University will now have access to the new online visa renewal system effective 26 August, to coincide with the start of the academic year.

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Survey says international students prefer degrees in computer science, business and engineering

A survey of the programs preferred by international students in EduCo-partner institutions – IT Sligo, Maynooth University, Dublin City University and TU Dublin – revealed that majority of the students are studying bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in computer science, business and engineering.

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Ireland records 45% growth among non-EEA students

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.

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Notable DCU alumni: Dedicated minds, brilliant careers

Dublin City University (DCU) has produced some of the most brilliant minds in the university’s young history. Among the notable alumni that are now successful in their careers are Google’s VP for Global Marketing Lorraine Twohill, multi-awarded film & TV director Dearbhla Walsh, IT engineer John Maughan, politician Rotimi Adebari, and bestselling author John Connolly.

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Opportunities in Europe’s Emerald Isle

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.

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TU Dublin’s Hotel School partners with Gleneagle Group, highlights opportunities in Killarney

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.

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TU Dublin offers scholarships for new students

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.

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Shortage of engineering graduates opens more opportunities for international students

Engineers Ireland last month aired its concern regarding the 55% decrease in civil and building engineering graduates over the last five years, in spite of the increase in entry-level salaries and the thousands of job openings.

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IT Sligo gets funding to build a €13.7m Campus Creative Hub

IT Sligo President Brendan McCormack has announced that the campus will be upgrading its existing infrastructure to form a North Campus Creative Hub, following the approved €13.7 million funding from the Higher Education Authority. The Creative Hub consolidates the architecture, creative design, fine arts, interior architecture and design, performing arts, as well as writing and…

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