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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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Does Ireland make you an independent person?

Moving thousands of miles away to study abroad can raise a lot of questions; will I be able to go it alone? Will I make friends? How will I manage my newfound independence? Lots of little worries that can sometimes be hard to shake but, at the end of the

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Online study during the pandemic

Harsh Vardhan Rai is one of our Student Ambassadors from India. In his latest blog post, he gives us his views on online study during the pandemic. With pros and cons, highs and lows, Harsh has some very interesting opinions on the matter of online learning… Education is not the

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Packing solutions for students coming to Ireland

Student Ambassador Rohan Gupta from New Delhi, India shares his checklist of everything you’ll need on your new adventure in Ireland. He’s packed a lot into the list but better safe than sorry! In these times of uncertainty, education has been prioritised. Even though most of the academic year took

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Academia in Ireland compared to India

The style of teaching and studying in Ireland is quite different than what you might be accustomed to in your home country, but sometimes different can be better… Student Ambassador Steven son Koninti Mark from India was blown away by the Irish style of teaching and learning and believes he’s

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A walk around Clonmel, County Tipperary

Take a walk around the town of Clonmel, County Tipperary with Indian Student Ambassador Annora Dsouza! She brings us up mountains, hills and around the town to show us what Clonmel has to offer… Clonmel is the largest settlement in Tipperary and is steeped in history – a must-see for

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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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Finding the silver lining

Do you worry that you might not like the city you decide to study in? Well, Indian Student Ambassador Simone is certainly loving Dublin! Read how Simone found the ‘silver lining’ of what seemed to be a dark and stormy cloud. It has been around six months now since I

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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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Adapting to Pandemic Life: from Disappointment to Gratitude

Sneha Jheetay’s entertaining first vlog was all about how to stay motivated in lockdown.  In her second piece for the Ambassador programme, however, she gets a bit more philosophical.  Here the Law student from UCC talks about her crazy journey to study in Ireland.  It all began with disappointment, moved

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Say sayonara to blue-light… for now anyway

Sick of having a blue-hue surround you? Our Indian Student Ambassador Deeksha Pathak tells us how she broke digital the cycle of online life! Hello Everyone! First of all, thank you for taking the time to read my blog! My name is Deeksha, I travelled to Ireland in September 2020

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Why I chose to study in Ireland

Wondering if Ireland is the right choice? Let Abhiraj Sharma, our Student Ambassador from India, put your mind at ease as he talks us through his decision to study in Ireland. From the cost of college to a good cup of coffee – he’s got it covered! In 2016, I

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Are you a beach or a mountain person?

Bindhu Purushothaman, a Masters student originally from India, writes about the stunning natural landscape in Ireland and her experiences travelling the country to visit the numerous mountains, hills, cliffs and beaches. Pandemic Travel Restrictions My name is Bindhu Purushothaman, and I was born and raised in India. To me, travel

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When diversity meets delicious: Food in Dublin City

Many students miss the taste of home during their time studying abroad but thankfully, Ireland has plenty of options to choose from no matter where you’re from. Harsh Vardhan Rai from India was worried that he wouldn’t be able to find the flavours of home in Ireland. But that wasn’t

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My daily life

Yohan Irani from India knows what a busy schedule looks like… In his most recent blog, he shares how he spends his day! Time management, organisation and self-care are just a few of the components that make up Yohan’s daily routine. Life can be exceptionally busy during the semester. Usually,

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