Come for the culture, the location, the language – and the vibrant economy. It’s all happening in Dublin, the English-speaking capital of the EU. Attend one of the city’s leading universities, colleges or other educational institutions. Apply for bachelor, diploma, master and Ph.D. courses – all taught in English.
1) Dublin is home to prestigious, internationally recognised universities With more than 100,000 people studying here, Dublin is one of the world’s most student-friendly cities. It’s a tradition that goes back a long way. Trinity College, one of the oldest English-speaking universities in the world, was founded here back in the 16th century. Trinity students have included superstar writers Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett, one of the university’s several Nobel prize winners. James Joyce, author of Ulysses, went to University College Dublin. More recently established are DIT and DCU. Today, medicine, data analytics, biotechnology, cloud computing a