Following on from the formidable interest generated from the student recruitment fairs held in November last year, Education in Ireland is gearing up to deliver a follow up education mission in four cities in India; to reinstate the Irish education offering. Education in Ireland will engage in agent advisory workshops and higher intensity student related activities this February. The fairs are scheduled to be held between 23rd February and 3rd March across Delhi, Pune, Chennai and Bangalore.
Ireland for long has been revered as the destination of choice by students from China, Europe and the Asean region, who are looking to pursue their higher education overseas. Over the past few years Ireland has also witnessed a rise in the inflow of Indian students to the country especially in the fields of research and innovation.
Thus, keeping this growing aspiration in mind, Irish Higher Education Institutions (HEI’s) are looking to build strong collaborative links with Indian HEI’s to encourage student exchange and convenient mobility for a promising future.
The four Fairs will provide a timely reminder to potential Indian students who are currently completing their exams about the numerous scholarships that are on offer and quality education that can be experienced in Ireland.
In the second phase of the endeavour, Education in Ireland along with leading Universities and Higher Education Institutions representatives from Ireland will be looking to emphasise upon further scholarships, ease of visa entry, stay back options, job security and many other pertinent topics to reinstate Ireland as a center for excellence and quality learning. Ireland has recently announced 12 Government of Ireland Scholarships for Indian students. Education Ireland student recruitment fairs will be held at:
New Delhi – 23rd February 2013, Park Hotel, 9AM – 5 PM
Pune – 24th February 2013, Le Meridian Hotel, 9 AM – 5 PM
Chennai – 2nd March 2013, the Park Hotel, 9 AM – 5 PM
Bengaluru – 3rd March 2013, Hotel Trident, 9 AM – 5 PM
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