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Ireland: Career Prospects

As a study abroad graduate, you have the opportunity to gain and sharpen valuable skills which employers seek in candidates, including confidence with new people and language skills. You may even choose to remain in Ireland to work. Find out about the sorts of careers which international graduates have gone on to, as well as tips for securing that dream job.

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Famous alumni from Ireland’s universities

When you’re planning to study abroad, it’s usual to be curious about well-known figures who studied at your prospective university. These famous alumni can provide you with inspiration and motivation for your academic journey. They can also give you some idea of where certain degrees and qualifications can lead you in your career. We discover the renowned names and faces who have studied in Ireland.   Trinity College Dublin    Trinity College Dublin

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Finding a graduate career in Ireland

Once called the ‘Celtic Tiger’ for its economic prowess, the job market in Ireland has definitely had its ups and downs. But with a number of rising universities, a growing economy and advancing sectors, graduates can breathe a sigh of relief in the face of their employment prospects. Are you considering studying in Ireland, but aren’t quite sure what awaits you when you graduate? Read our breakdown of life after graduation to help assuage your fears and get you on your way to

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The top five graduate jobs in Ireland

Apart from being home to some of the world’s best universities, Ireland is also one of the fastest-growing economies in the European Union. In addition, the country offers a high quality of life and the ideal geographical location for access to other countries in Europe. Ireland offers a graduate scheme for international students looking to remain in the country to work. The country is also home to some of the most well-known multinational companies, providing great graduate

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