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Is the standard of education in Ireland good?
Ley DeanMemberJoin date:Apr, 2013Posts:2Points:10
hi , i'll be completing BCA by april.i have tot of 88 % ,and i want to do ms in computer security in ireland but is the standard of education in ireland good.and besides canada and us are there any other countries where i can apply?
Hi, Ireland's is home to several IT firms like Apple, Accenture, Facebook, IBM, Oracle and another 1000 firms which has its European HQ in Ireland, making the country as one of the dream places to go for a Computer Science or IT or ICT student. You can also try USA, which is still the best place for Software students. Canada is also a good country to seriously contemplate for its PR policies are quite good for IT professionals. Your marks are good but always remember the visas to Canada are quite tough and so have two alternative options. All the best.
sir,i found out that many students going to ireland don't get much placements due to the european economy fall.the degree we obtain from top univ in ireland do they have a standard when we try for placements in other countries