Study Master's Degrees in Dublin, Ireland

Dublin at a glance

In Dublin, like the rest of Ireland, both the Irish and English languages have official status. Every local in Dublin understands and speaks English, albeit with a hearty Irish accent. The Irish are friendly and chatty people, making Dublin an excellent place to practice to get a top international higher education degree. As the capital of Ireland, Dublin is the largest city in the country, hosting a population of over 1 million inhabitants. It is settled on Ireland’s east coast, in the province of Leinster, at the mouth of River Liffey. There are over 50,000 students in Dublin, coming from around 122 different countries of the world.  

Studying

Studying in Dublin

In Dublin, you will benefit from the broadest possible education, academic excellence, top-notch quality equipment and many student facilities.

Higher education institution in Dublin offer a wide array of undergraduate and postgraduate studies, encompassing all major academic disciplines. Thousands of study degrees offered by universities in Dublin range from business and management, engineering, accounting, finance, sciences, medicine, to humanities, health and environmental sciences, architecture and arts. The education here is especially recognised for public administration and management studies, electrical engineering, mathematics, medical studies and law.

For international students, higher education institutions offer foundation courses (Irish, English, math, etc.) to help them with the admission entry requirements. There are also available many short and evening courses, in numerous subject areas: health sciences, information systems, social work, and history among others. Students have the opportunity to register for online or part-time postgraduate diplomas and higher certificates.

Over 85% of international students recommended studying at an Irish University, in the International Student Barometer survey 2012. This is due to the “student mix” reflecting a high ratio of international students, for whom universities in Dublin cater very well.

Career

Career opportunities in Dublin

Dublin is the European headquarters for many of the world’s largest technology corporations and multinational companies, offering internship opportunities and entry-level jobs for students. You can complete your studies and pick up some new professional skills in many career fields.

Famous companies based in Dublin include: Microsoft, Google, Oracle, Facebook, Dell, PayPal, eBay, AOL, Élan Corporation, Tesco and Diageo (producer of Guinness). The most developed and profitable industries are in retailing, manufacturing, business, technology, and food industry.

In Dublin, non-EEA students can undertake casual employment for up to 20 hours part-time work per week or full-time work during vacation periods.

Life

Dublin city life

Students say Dublin is truly a European capital, where you can never get bored. The city centre has a metropolitan feel to it, managing to combine the old with the new.

While studying in Dublin, you should not miss the opportunity to visit: the superb Dublin Castle, Kilmainham Gaol museum, Guinness brewery, the National Gallery of Ireland, Leinster House, Croke Park, St. Patrick’s cathedral, James Joyce Centre or Ha’penny Bridge spanning the River Liffely.

To experience the city as Dubliners do, you should warm up with some Irish stew, walk around the peaceful Trinity College, attend the Six Nations Rugby tournament, savour a pot of colcannon (an Irish potato and kale dish) and rent a bike to cycle in St Stephen’s Green (Dublin’s favourite city park).

International atmosphere in Dublin

Dublin is a truly international capital and friendly with foreigners. The city hosts many minorities and receives over 3.5 million tourists annually. Most visitors come from mainland Europe and Great Britain, followed by North American and Asian tourists. In recent years, Dublin has experienced a significant level of immigration, which helped creating a mixed environment within the city. The largest communities of expats come from England, Poland and Lithuania, as well as from India, Pakistan, China and Nigeria. If you plan to study or settle in Dublin, you will hardly feel a stranger and you will have the opportunity to experience many different cultures.

Weather Dublin

Dublin has a maritime climate, with no extreme weather conditions. From cool, wet winters to warm summers, the weather can be often unpredictable in Ireland’s capital. In the spring, temperatures average 10 - 15°C (50 - 59°F), while during summer the average gets over 18°C (64°F).

Universities in Dublin

St Patricks College, a vibrant and innovative centre of excellence for undergraduate and postgraduate study, is situated centrally in Drumcondra Village within easy reach of Dublin City centre and conveniently accessible by public transport. While we have been at the centre of Irish life for almost a century and a half, our energy is firmly focussed on the future. We are a college of Dublin City University, one of Europes best young universities.

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All Hallows is a third level college, specialising at undergraduate level in the teaching of Theology, Philosophy, Psychology and English Literature. Current Postgraduate opportunities focus on pastoral leadership and management in the the community and voluntary sector and on a critical dialogue between public policy and social justice.

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As an international student at the University of Chester, you can look forward to an excellent level of education and benefit from state-of-the-art facilities. With hundreds of courses at undergraduate, postgraduate and research degree level across eight academic faculties, we are confident that you will find a course to satisfy your thirst for knowledge.

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Warnborough College is a independent college offering qualifications by distance learning. It was founded in Ireland in 1997 but its roots go back to Oxford when Warnborough College (UK) was established in 1973. Today, there are two independent colleges under the Warnborough brand both offering unique learning opportunities to a wide range of students from around the world. 

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