Ireland is increasingly becoming one of the most popular study abroad locations for Indian students.
In recent years, a number of Irish higher education institutes have been active in India, establishing brand awareness among students and education stakeholders. At the Irish ambassador’s house in New Delhi, India, Robert Troy, minister of state for trade promotion, met with local representatives of Maynooth University and Shannon Technological University on the occasion of his visit to India.
Troy remarked, “It is amazing to observe firsthand the commitment that Irish higher education institutions (HEIs) have made to India,” when announcing Maynooth University’s new in-market presence and the inauguration of the Technological University of the Shannon in India.
“I was ecstatic to meet some of the local representatives of Irish higher education institutions, who play such a crucial role in counselling potential students and forging educational ties between our two nations.”
Claire Doran, director of internationalization at Maynooth University, stated of the university’s new representative in India, “This exciting development builds on our long-standing involvement in India and our institutional commitment to offering an excellent experience for international students. By establishing a local presence, we will be able to improve our support services to prospective students and education partners, which will include everything from boosting awareness of the programs to providing help upon arrival and orientation at the University.”
The biggest national cohort on campus is postgraduate students from India, and we value their contributions to the learning experience, student life, and the greater university community.
Maynooth Institution sees India as a key market as Irish universities strive to increase international mobility to and from the university, as well as a solid talent pipeline to the industry locally, nationally, and worldwide.
Ireland’s higher education institutions are among the best in the world, and its universities are among the top 5% in the world. Ireland offers the advantages of English-language education in a country that is the cultural and economic hub of Europe.
Ireland is a good and reputable alternative for international students wishing to study and work abroad, thanks to its rising economy in the EU.
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