The Smarter Choice for Career-Minded International Students
Dublin is an inspiring city with a rich history and a forward-thinking mentality. A global business hub, it’s home to top tech companies like Facebook, Google and IBM and offers excellent career opportunities after you graduate.
A city of opportunity
The city is home to top multinational companies in key industries from pharmaceuticals to finance to technology, including:
Nine of the top ten global software companies and nine of the world’s top ten pharmaceutical companies are based in Dublin, placing you close to global business and career opportunities.
One of Europe's oldest cities
From the moment you arrive in Dublin you will see the contrast of old and new. As one of Europe’s oldest cities, Dublin has many Medieval and Georgian buildings and Victorian redbrick factories, but you will also find impressive displays of modern architecture too.
History and culture
A UNESCO City of Literature, Dublin is renowned for its famous list of authors and playwrights, including James Joyce and Oscar Wilde. You’ll quickly find Ireland’s capital an inspiring place to learn, to create and to work.
The green that characterises the Irish countryside is now a key feature of its industries. Harnessing the power of the wind, impressive wind farms can be seen dotting the country, while further growth continues in the areas of renewable energies, recycling and environmental consultancy.
Youngest population in Europe
Ireland’s capital city, Dublin, has 30% of its population under 30 years’ old and a growing international population too. With around 200 different nationalities calling Dublin home, the Irish capital is a lively and vibrant place to live.