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In 2014, Ireland was ranked as the 13th most peaceful place on Earth by the Global Peace Index. Being a safe and friendly place, Ireland has been identified as one of the best places in the Europe ranking among the top 20 for its higher education system by the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook in 2014.

In the year 2014, the Global Peace Index ranked Ireland as the “13th most peaceful place on Earth.” Irish people are known for their hospitality, and it would be a great experience.


Ireland's worldwide reputation for high quality education, which is built on its commitment and excellence, has make it a popular destination among international students. Being the only English-speaking country in the ‘Eurozone’, most of the English speaking students find it convenient to enrol for courses there easing communication barriers to interact with each other to have a better understanding.

Ireland’s higher education institutes offer over 5000 courses including, science, technology, engineering, business law, languages, literature, history, philosophy, psychology etc. All types of degrees including bachelors, masters, and doctorate levels are available in the country for the students to pursue.

The Irish education system is one of the best in Europe (ranked) It has close links to industry and is characterized by creativity, flexibility, and pragmatism.

Reputed as an international hub for high quality scientific research, many international students select higher educational institutions in Ireland for their researches in various fields.

The country is home to leading global MNCs and it is the second most attractive country globally for FDI - after Singapore. Many brands such as Google, HP, Apple, IBM, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Pfizer, GSK and Genzyme have made Ireland their main office for Eurpean operations

Being a highly popular immigration destination, Ireland’s immigration system has designed to make it easy for highly skilled immigrants to work in the country.

Employment permits

There are general rules which apply to all employment permits. Since 1 October 2014, there are 9 types of employment permits, including the Critical Skills Employment Permit for highly skilled workers