Studying Abroad: Hopping on the Euro study train

Irish students are broadening their horizons when it comes to studying abroad, writes Patricia Wroe.

20th July, 2013
Remember, if you end up taking a course outside Ireland but within the EU, your maintenance grant travels with you.

Irish students examining their options may be surprised to see the wide range of degree courses available through English across Europe, from Norway to Malta and Spain to Bulgaria.

It used to be the case that students who were unable to pursue the course of their choice in Ireland found courses in medicine, veterinary medicine and dentistry, accredited to Irish standards, in eastern Europe and Italy.

But now Irish students have broadened their horizons to...

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