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Ireland’s higher education institutions set to host education fairs in five Indian cities in November

The Irish government’s national brand, which promotes Irish higher education institutions, is set to organise education fairs in five Indian cities in November.

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New Delhi: The Irish government’s national brand, which promotes Irish higher education institutions, is set to organise education fairs in five Indian cities in November.

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These are the dates and cities where the education fair will be held: Delhi on November 19, Pune on November 20, Mumbai on November 23, Chennai on November 26, and Bangalore on November 27.

As per an official statement, the fair will give an overview of the many educational opportunities for Indian students who want to go abroad to study in 2023–2024.

Ireland is now becoming a new educational hub, so more than 6,000 Indian students chose Ireland as their first destination for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Last year’s positive response has attracted Irish education institutes to convince more and more Indian students to get an education in Ireland.

16 top Irish higher education institutes (HEIs) will touch Indian soil in a couple of days. “They are coming to convince Indian students about the ample opportunities that Ireland will offer,” it added.

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Barry O’Driscoll, Regional Manager, India & South Asia, for Education in Ireland, said, “Five percent of Irish universities are reckoned among the top universities of the world due to their quality education.” Education at Ireland’s first post-pandemic education roadshow will provide an opportunity for students to learn about the courses and their career prospects by interacting face-to-face with Irish education representatives. “We want length and breadth of discussion with students to clear their doubts and prepare them for a smooth study abroad.”

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