Who studies in Ireland

International student numbers in third-level colleges grew by two per cent to 32,000 in the academic year 2011/12, according to figures from Education in Ireland hence Ireland is welcoming students from all parts of the world. Ireland may be attractive as an English-speaking country in the EU. The Government wants to double the number of … Continue Reading

Economic outlay of Ireland

However, its economic activity is mostly attributed to the large proportion of the services-sector, which occupies most of the labor force (71%).   General Statistics   World Rank 11th GDP US$ 1.839 trillion GDP growth (2012) 1.80% Currency Canadian Dollar CAD Inflation 1.20% Population below poverty line 10.80% Unemployment rate 7.00%   Sectors and Occupation … Continue Reading

Study Engineering in China

Forty types of engineering degrees with approximately 10 different job fields, thus plenty of choice! The big story in China’s meteoric rise has always been industry, how the country has been able to lift almost a billion people out of poverty through manufacturing, industry, and rapid urban development. Its rise owes much to the high … Continue Reading