Education fair was organized by ‘Education in Ireland’ had witnessed around 250 students who were looking to study in Ireland.
Irish universities and the institutions who were participating in the fair had offered scholarships that were worth over six crores to the students from India who wants to study in Ireland. The students along with their parents had interacted with the representatives from around 12 Ireland’s higher educational institutions on the courses that are available, about the security of the job and other related issues.
The team of ‘Education in Ireland’ had showcased the education system of Ireland and the quality of programs. Students asked queries regarding various disciplines like electronic engineering, computer science, digital marketing, data analytic, foreign business, dentistry and MBA.
According to the Enterprise Ireland’s Senior Market Advisor, Barry O’Driscoll, the number of students from India who are studying in Ireland has increased in few years to 2000. This education fair would move towards Chennai on 27th February and would end at Kochi on 28Th February.