Ireland wants 15% of students at tertiary level to be international by 2020, which reflects current numbers growing by a third to reach this target. A new four-year strategy has been unveiled: Ireland Educated, Globally Connected.
The politics of quality control in the English language teaching space are fast-changing and complex; governments now want to dictate the rules but in many cases they lack the sophisticated grasp of accreditation that membership bodies may have, claim stakeholders, resulting in multi-layered approaches. Beckie Smith reports.
Go Overseas, a study abroad search platform, has partnered with Education in Ireland and Aer Lingus to offer full scholarships to students to study in Ireland. Two scholarships worth $15,000 each are being offered through a competition.