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The benefits of studying in Ireland

Ireland is an English-speaking European country which has been a member of the European Union
since 1973. Situated on the Western edge of Europe, Ireland is a relatively small, though highly
connected, island nation with a population of five million people.
Ireland is an advanced knowledge economy whose focus on education has been at the core to
government policy since the country gained independence from Britain in 1922. As a result, Ireland
boasts one of the most highly educated populations in the world, ranking 4th globally for the
percentage of our population who have completed tertiary education with 56% of 24-35 years olds
having attained at least an undergraduate degree. In this regard, Ireland lies ahead of all other English
speaking countries in the world with the exception of Canada and has the second most educated
population in Europe.
Ireland is an open economy and our location, combined with our highly educated workforce, has
served to attract significant inward investment over recent decades. Today, Ireland is a leader in the
technology, bio-technology and pharmaceutical sectors, with most leading international companies
choosing Ireland for the location of their European headquarters. With many of the world’s biggest
and best companies locating their key strategic research facilities here, Ireland offers an unparalleled
ecosystem that sees academic researchers working hand-in-hand with small home-grown and startup companies in partnership with some of the most powerful multinationals on the planet, through
shared research projects and programmes, often supported by the Irish government.
Ireland’s consciousness of its unique historical legacy has resulted in a higher education system which
offers globally recognised expertise in a broad spread of programmes around development, conflict
studies, gender, diversity and human rights. Ireland’s universities lead the world in terms of their social
and economic impact. The 2019 Times Higher Education university impact rankings (based around
adherence to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ranked Ireland second in the
world due to their strength in promoting good health and well-being, sustainable cities and
communities, climate action and partnerships for the SDGs.

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