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Universities In Ireland For International Students
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Laura Said:Universities in Great Britain/Ireland for graduate studies in education?
We Answered:Infortmation is below.
Marcia Said:Studying in N.Ireland or Ireland?
We Answered:University of Ulster has almost every degree plan you can think of. There are 4 campuses: Belfast, Newtownabbey (Jordanstown), Coleraine (in the NOrthwest), and Derry (also in the Northwest). The biggest campuses are Coleraine and Jordanstown. Every campus has halls of residence inhabited by students from many countries. University of Ulster has a friendly, helpful international office staff that can help you with financial, visa, and academic issues. I recommend you call (keep in mind the time difference) or email them.
Northern Ireland is far more reasonable to live in than the south of Ireland. Dublin is one of the most expnsive cities in Europe. A place like Coleraine would be low stress and reasonably prices.
Kathy Said:Entry requirements for international students into University of Cork?
We Answered:You just need to pass French I think?
Try this link XD
Katie Said:Occupational Psychology in Ireland?
We Answered:have a look at this site
its the psych society of Ireland, which is the professional body in Ireland. Has lots of info on colleges etc..