Institute In Ireland

We Represent a Top Ireland University

The Institute of Education has, over the years, been established as one of the leading educational providers in Ireland, producing student records of academic brilliance and achievement. 2018 saw 31 students receive the UCD Entrance Scholar Awards and have since gone on to join universities and institutes of renowned prestige. Marked as one of the largest private second level schools in the country and having made more students qualify for third level colleges than any other school in Ireland, the institute additionally boasts of offering a diverse variety of subject choices, tailored to ensure that students reach their full potential.

Top Tips for Studying in the Ireland

  1. The official languages of Ireland are Irish Gaelic and English. Despite English being commonly spoken in most areas of the country, there maybe a few areas in which the people are fluent exclusively in Irish. Irish is also used on road signs and may pop up in your daily travel; it may help to know the language, although it’s not necessary to get by.
  2. Rain maybe constant, although unpredictable and may be light or heavy. Make sure that you carry an umbrella wherever you go
  3. Upon your arrival in Ireland, you may have to register with the Garda National Immigration Bureau to receive your GNIB card/residence permit. This may cost approximately €300 therefore best factor this into your expense calculations
  4. Expect Irish slang. Although speaking in English, the lingo generally resorted to by most natives will be informal words and phrases such as “bang on” in reference to something being correct or accurate and “boyo” in reference to a boy.
  5. The Irish are marked for their friendly camaraderie and jovial manner. They may go above and beyond to help you out if you’re in trouble and may display little acts of kindness that are generally overlooked elsewhere

“We are committed to enrolling a community of learners and thinkers whose education will be enhanced by diverse experiences in preparation to serve in all segments of society.”

Mr. Loho | Chairman

The Institute of Education

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