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Ireland’s long and honourable tradition in educational excellence makes it a popular destination for studying. Ireland is an English speaking country and it is also recognised as an international location for high quality scientific research, just to mention few reasons why to pick Ireland for studying.

Ireland’s long and honourable tradition in educational excellence makes it a popular destination for studying. Ireland is an English speaking country and it is also recognised as an international location for high quality scientific research, just to mention few reasons why to pick Ireland for studying.

Education Ireland is the official brand established by Ireland’s Department of Education and Science to promote Ireland as a centre for international education. www.educationireland.ie

LearningIreland.ie provides information about classes and courses in Ireland in every area of education: continuing education, third-level education, corporate training and postgraduate. www.learningIreland.ie

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