virtual education webinar Opportunities for Indian students in Ireland

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India and Sri Lankan students participated in a virtual education webinar organized by Ireland’s Department of Education. More than 40 representatives from 20 Irish universities answered students’ questions.

Because of the problems posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, many Indian students were unable to pursue their dreams of studying abroad. International travel constraints and the misunderstanding that ensued as a result of the use of virtual classrooms created several questions and concerns.

Ireland has taken dramatic steps to address the problem, and it was even crowned the greatest country in the world for its reaction to the pandemic earlier this month.

Students from India and Sri Lanka attended a virtual education webinar hosted by Education in Ireland, a Government of Ireland brand working under the Minister for Education and Skills’ authority to spread this message and answer questions from parents and students.

Ireland’s educational system

Education in Ireland’s Regional Manager for India and South Asia, Mr. Barry O’Driscoll, explained that the virtual Showcase brings together Indian and Sri Lankan students to allow them to interact with Ireland’s top higher education institutions openly and straightforwardly.

In a series of audio and video conferences, more than 40 officials from 20 Irish higher education institutions answered students’ questions in detail. Having such a large number of participants show out for the Showcase was quite encouraging.”

One of the few countries globally that have effectively opened its borders to international students, Ireland continues to be a popular study destination for many international students. As a bonus, Ireland’s educational system is among the best globally and designed to meet the needs of a competitive economy.

In other words, we witnessed a great deal of genuine interest in undergraduate and postgraduate programs across a wide range of fields, including information and communications technology (ICT), business, medicine and pharmacy, hospitality and tourism, as well as the humanities and creative arts. Mr. Driscoll claims that “the sector-specific lectures presented students with information on popular programs and career options following graduation.”

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