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What to expect from a Master’s degree in Ireland

Avantika Singh, our Student Ambassador from India, has spent the last year getting familiar with the Irish lifestyle, culture and education system. In her third piece on our blog, she tells us everything to expect from a Master’s degree in Ireland. Taking into account the changes that occurred over the

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Exploring The Unexpected

Annora Dsouza talks about how her time in Ireland during the Covid19 Pandemic turned out to be better than she expected… I remember telling myself, ‘It’s your first year and there’s a pandemic going on, do not expect yourself to go anywhere besides your campus and the weekly run to

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Adapting to life on the Emerald Isle

When you move to a new country, it’s the little things that get you by; talking to friends and family or little reminders of home in your room, but it can be easy to rely on these things when feeling homesick. Indian Student Ambassador Annora Dsouza tells us how she

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Stay home, stay sane

Netra Charya from India shares with us her top ten tips to take on student life in Ireland. Netra’s tips bear in mind the fluctuating stages of lockdown the world has gone through over the past year. Each and every one of us believed that the Covid-19 surge would miraculously

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How Covid Changed Student Life

After his first ‘diary-style’ blog as a medical student, Yohan Irani from India, who is studying at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, recounts how communities in and outside college helped make student life manageable during the pandemic. He is full of praise for the efforts of his college,

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Megha Rawat

Get out of your comfort zone: it’s worth it!

To make the most of her time in Ireland doing Business Studies at Griffith College Dublin, Indian student Megha Rawat had to overcome her natural shyness. But getting out of her comfort zone has been worth the effort, and today Ireland is her home from home.   I have been

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