Population 4 Million (2018)
Capital Dublin
Largest city Dublin
National language English, Irish
Major religion Christianity
Export goods Machinery and equipment, computers, chemicals, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, Foods  tuffs, animal products
Import goods Data processing equipment, other machinery and equipment, chemicals, petroleum and petroleum products, textiles, clothing
Main industries Pharmaceuticals, chemicals, computer hardware, software, food, products, beverages and brewing, medical devices
Life expectancy 78 Years (men), 83 Years (women)
Currency Euro € (EUR)
Area 70,182 sq km (27,097 sq miles)
International dialing code +353

Why study in Ireland?

Ireland is a friendly, safe country. In 2010, Lonely Planet named Ireland the most friendly country in the world. The Irish education system is one of the best in Europe (ranked among the top 20 for its higher education system by the IMD World Competitiveness Year book in 2014.) It has close links to industry and is characterized by creativity, flexibility, and pragmatism. Education has been a key factor in making Ireland one of the fastest growing economies in the world over the past decade.

Ireland is an English speaking country, which is one of the top reasons to choose Ireland as a study destination. Students coming to Ireland, find it comfortable to cope up with the course and also with the place.

Following are the degrees and courses CANADA universities are known for:

  • Business
  • Accounting & Finance
  • Engineering & Computing
  • Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Science & Health
  • Education
  • Tourism
  • Marketing
  • Law & Arts
  • Digital Media
  • Music
  • Biomedical

Time of Ireland


Dublin City University


Dublin Institute of Technology


Maynooth University