With an impressive recovery from the recession, Ireland is becoming one of the economic powerhouses in Europe. As the only English speaking country in the Europe Union, large multinational companies are investing in the country for its language convenience as well as its relationship with the US and the European nations.
As the result of the economical progression of the country, employment opportunities for post-graduates are in rising demand. And according to the article “The World’s Friendliest Countries Revealed” by Southan in Forbes 2018, 7 in 10 expats expressed that Ireland feels just like home. It is safe to say that Ireland is one of the best places for life after university.
There are over 782 Million euros annual investment in research made by the Irish government. Making Ireland one of the most affordable Anglophone countries for tertiary education in the world.
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