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.
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.
Navigating through the international education system is never easy especially for students who are on their initial year in a new country. EduCo Ireland Managing Director Jacob Kestner encourages education agents to inform students and guide them in the process. “Our education agents are already doing a fantastic job especially with our pathway programs, which
Melbourne, AUS and Dublin, IRE – EduCo has just signed in its newest education partner in Ireland, IT Sligo, a government-funded post-secondary institution with 6,000 students. “EduCo’s proven track record of success in international student recruitment and in the provision of specialised programs and support services for international students is expected to help grow IT Sligo’s