The largest Irish Education Fair is scheduled to take place on Tuesday 10th March 2020 at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra.
The fair between 9am and 5pm would be opened to the general public and will provide opportunity for Ghanaian students considering to study in Ireland to meet representatives of Irish universities and colleges.
A total of 14 Irish universities and colleges offering various courses in humanities, arts, English language and science at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels will be participating in the fair.
There are over 160,000 international students undertaking short term, undergraduate and post graduate studies from over 160 countries with close to 1,500 from across Sub-Saharan Africa. The international teams in all colleges, universities and institutes provide students with all the needed assistance they require in order to settle in and comfortably pursue their studies.
By choosing Ireland, students can join communities of researchers, academics and commercial innovators to collaborate and co-create solutions for the myriad of challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century.
Ireland is an English speaking country at the heart of Europe and has a wide global reach in today’s world. Graduates from Ireland bring more than just their world-class Irish education and globally recognised qualifications on their life journeys as well as onto the job market. Through education, life and work experiences, the graduates develop key skills that many employers prioritise such as ability to lead, practice of effective collaboration, creativity, agility and critical thinking
By International standards, Ireland is amongst the safest and most stable countries in the world and feature in the Top Twenty in the Global Peace Index 2019.
There are a myriad of great career-starting opportunities for international students in Ireland. Under the Irish Third Level Graduate Scheme, non-European third level graduates can remain in Ireland for up to 24 months upon completion of studies to look for full time employment. In addition employers can hire graduates who are eligible to work for up to 40 hours per week. After 24 months or working, they may be eligible for the Green Card or Work Permit Scheme.
Registration to participate in the fair is on-going – www.educationinafrica/Accra.
Source: 3news.com | Ghana