17Irish Higher Education Institutions will be present for Education Fairs across five Indian cities
The roadshow is part of Education in Ireland’s #themakingofyou campaign
Education in Ireland, the national brand representing Irish Higher Education Institutions globally, announcesits flagship roadshow to India for the coming year. Scheduled from September 30th to October 8ththis year, the roadshow will feature 17esteemed Irish Higher Education Institutions who will engage with Indian students across five major cities.
This roadshow is a vital part of EI’s national campaign, #themakingofyou, which extends beyond Ireland’s promise of a top-tier education. It not only highlights the transformative power of education in Irelandwhich in turnserves as a catalyst for enriching and life-altering experiences. These experiences, both personal and professional, leave a lasting impact and contribute to the growth and making of each student.
Speaking about the campaign and the roadshow, Ross Curran, India Director for Enterprise Ireland said, “We are very excited to launch the Education In Ireland roadshow.It is first and foremost an opportunity to welcome Indian students to learn more about the wide range of educational opportunities that Ireland has to offer and of course to meet with representatives from Irish Universities and Colleges.Ireland is an incredible location to study and to develop personally and professionally and there exists very strong ties between our two nations. It is no surprise that approximately 6000 Indian students choose Ireland as their preferred place to study each year as they seek to take full advantage of the world-class education that they find in this welcoming, vibrant, English-speaking and highly globalised island-nation.The roadshow will also give prospective students an opportunity to learn about Ireland’s role as an emerging global centre for technology and commerce, housing the headquarters of over 1,000 multinational companies and startups which offer limitless potential for those who wish to take the next step in their career.”
The Study in Ireland Education Fairs are scheduled in Delhi on September 30, Pune on October 1, Mumbai on October 4, Chennai on October 7, and Bengaluruon October 8. Students and parents will also benefit from the presence of the Irish Visa Office who will answer queries about the visa application process, and even do an informative seminar in 4 cities.
Barry O’Driscoll, Regional Manager – India & South Asia at Education in Ireland, shared his enthusiasm for the approaching fairs: “The #themakingofyou campaign and the upcoming roadshow align perfectly with our mission to create awareness aboutIreland as a hub of limitless opportunities for students seeking top-notch education and career prospects. We look forward to engaging with Indian students and parents during our roadshow, offering them valuable insights into the world-class academic programs available across a diverse range of disciplines.”
|List of HEIs Participating|
|Dundalk Institute of Technology||Maynooth University|
|South East Technological University||Trinity College Dublin|
|University College Cork||University of Galway|
|University of Limerick||Dublin Business School|
|Munster Technological University||University College Dublin|
|RCSI University of Medicine & Health Sciences||Dublin City University|
|National College of Ireland||Griffith College|
|Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest||South East Technological University|
|ICD Business School|
Education in Ireland’s roadshow will serve as an excellent platform for Indian students to interact directly with representatives from renowned Irish Higher Education Institutions, gather detailed information about academic programmes, scholarships, and explore avenues for personal and professional growth.
The campaign leading to the roadshow aims to highlight Ireland’s unique blend of academic excellence, innovative research, and its warm, welcoming environment for international students. Additionally, by showcasing its premier colleges and universities as well as the Visa Office,it will position Ireland as an open gateway to rewarding opportunities in Europe and beyond.