“The Common Travel Area enables Irish and UK citizens to travel and reside in either jurisdiction without restriction and provides for all associated rights and entitlements in both jurisdictions. The Common Travel Area predates membership of the EU by both Ireland and the UK and is therefore not dependent on it - regardless of any Brexit outcome”
It has often been said that there is no history without geography. Ireland is the most westerly landmass of Europe Read More
Ireland presently is home to over 4,000 Indian students, with 90% pursuing their postgraduate degrees. It is experiencing rapid growth with its guarantee of a 24 month stay back post-graduation. Watch More
Ireland is right for your family and business for all the right reasons; standard of living, education, start up, employment and investment. It is ranked as one of the wealthiest countries in the world ranked by OECD. Ireland is a member of EU, WTO and OECD.
The corporate tax rate is 12.50% and best ranked country in western Europe for investment friendly country. Ireland is home to Global Pharmaceutical Companies and Information and Technology companies, which in turn have made Dublin the Silicon Valley of Europe.Companies like Apple, Microsoft, Google, Twitter, HP, Dropbox, Intel and Facebook are headquartered there. Indian companies such as Infosys, HCL have followed the trend. Nine of the world’s top ten medical technology companies, such as Boston Scientific and Medtronic have a significant presence in Ireland. Twenty-four top pharma companies including Pfizer, Amgen, Johnson & Johnson, Roche, Novartis, Sanofi, Bristol-Myers Squibb have considerable presence in Ireland.
Over 1,000 giants in ICT, Social Media, Pharmaceuticals and Finance have made Ireland the hub of the European operations, with names such as Google, HP, Apple, IBM, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pfizer, GSK and Genzyme. Over 30 world leading Indian companies have established a base in Ireland including Wockhardt, HCL, Infosys, Zomato and Crompton Greaves.
There is a 10,000 visa quota per year
Ireland is ranked 2nd for Nanotechnology
Ireland is ranked 3rd for Animal and Dairy
Ireland is ranked 3rd for Agricultural Sciences
Ireland is ranked 4th for Mathematics
Irish universities are in the top 1% of research institutions in the world in terms of research impact
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|193=||168||University College Dublin(UCD)|
|260=||243=||National University of Ireland, Galway(NUIG)|
|338=||283=||University College Cork(UCC)|
|422=||391=||Dublin City University(DCU)|
|511-520||501-550||University of Lemerick(UL)|