Month: January 2020

When we live in a country, knowing its culture and traditions is a must. Trying to understand and acknowledge the culture, history and traditions it possesses is a compelling way to connect with the people around and the country’s current cultural identity. Ireland, with Dublin as its capital city has around 4.8 million population (est.

If you have chosen Ireland as the destination to pursue your higher studies or as your next travel destination, then the next thing you should know is the weather of Ireland. Here in this blog you can know in detail the climate of Ireland which indeed helps you to pack your bags accordingly. Ireland has

The education system in Ireland is of high quality and is well known for the high standards it maintains. The Irish education system is primarily divided into three levels; primary, secondary and higher education.  Ireland promotes compulsory education for children from the age of 6 to 16 or until students have completed three years of

Special Eurobarometer 469 is a recent EU-wide survey on attitudes to immigrant integration, results were published by the European Commission on the 13th of April 2018. Mr David Stanton T.D., Minister of State with special responsibility for Equality, Immigration & Integration, has welcomed the results of Special Eurobarometer 469 which saw Ireland score highly amongst EU member states in

The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, today published ‘Immigration in Ireland: Annual Review 2017’. 21% increase in the number of non-EEA nationals legally living in Ireland over the last three years for work, study or family reasons. 41% increase in visa applications since 2012, with a continuing growth in tourists from key