To ensure a smooth transition for Indian students who have chosen Ireland as their next study site, on-site pre-departure briefings for Indian students for the 2022 academic year are being held in Ireland, with the Embassy of Ireland and Visa Office New Delhi. 23.
The official briefing was held in Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai.
Representatives of Irish higher education institutions and visa and government officials were present to give students critical insights, it said.
According to the press release, visa officials have outlined the student visa process and shared key tips for the seamless application. In addition, the Irish government broadcast the housing options for students in Ireland.
Speaking on the occasion, Ireland’s Ambassador to Ireland Brendan Ward said: “To make India more accessible, many higher education institutions in Ireland are more active and invested in on-ground presence. Moreover, a large number of Indian students are motivated to explore educational options in their areas of interest and have chosen Ireland as one of the preferred destinations.
“For the 2022-23 academic year, Ireland is also keen to welcome the world-class education offered by our higher education institutions and pave the way for their future with a two-year stay-back option that will allow students to achieve their career goals,” he added.
Barry O’Driscoll, Regional Manager for India and South Asia for Education in Ireland, said, “Ireland has a long history of welcoming international students and in recent years has become one of the top destinations for undergraduate and postgraduate students in India. Has a practical approach.
“With the country’s comprehensive policies and national vaccination program, Ireland is more than ready to welcome international students once again for the 2022-23 academic year ….” Driscoll added.