Ireland’s education system ranks in the top ten in the world.
There are over one million people currently in full-time education in Ireland. These are engaged in three levels of education: primary education (up to 12 years); secondary education (12-18 years); and third-level education (18+ years).
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University Education that meets the needs of a Competitive Economy
Ireland is implementing a comprehensive and forward looking National Skills Strategy and Action Plan for Education, which aims to make Irish education and training the best in Europe by 2026.
The Government’s Technology Skills Action Plan (2014-2018), aims to maintain Ireland’s position as a global leader for technology talent and skills.
This will be achieved through a number of measures one being the issuance of up to 2,000 employment permits per year to experienced technology professionals with skills in high demand. In addition to this through the Tech Life Initiative, the government plan to increase the number of people working in tech in Ireland by 3,000 per year. Log on to www.techlifeireland.com for more information.
Skillnet Ireland aims to increase participation in enterprise training by companies. It currently supports over 15,000 companies and provides learning experiences to over 50,000 trainees
Find out more at www.skillnetireland.com
Springboard+ provides free higher education courses in areas of identified skills needs to unemployed people, those previously self-employed and those turning to work.
For more Information see www.springboardcourses.ie
An overview of the programmes and initiatives which attract, retain and promote diversity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
There are more than 535,000 non-Irish nationals living in Ireland, with persons born abroad accounting for just over 17% of the country’s population.
12 nations – Brazil, France, Germany, India, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Spain, the UK and the U.S – account for 74% of the non-national population.
There were 347,233 non-Irish nationals in the labour force when the latest census was conducted in 2016.
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