Education in Ireland Student Ambassador Awards Ceremony 2015

Minister for Education and Skills,  Jan O’Sullivan T. D. attended the Education in Ireland International Student Ambassador Awards Ceremony at Farmleigh on Thursday 23 April, 2015.  This event honours the Student Ambassadors for their contribution in supporting the work of Education in Ireland in attracting international students to study in Ireland.  The ceremony also honoured the Higher Education Authority’s Government of Ireland Scholars on behalf of the Department of Education and Skills.

Education in Ireland Student Ambassador Award Ceremony
Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan, Gerry O’Sullivan, Hea (left) Giles O’Neill, Head of Education in Ireland, Enterprise Ireland

 

Pictured with Minister O’Sullivan were students (l-r) Dawton Marques, from Brazil, attending WIT, Meera Sankar, from India, attending UCC, Hong Ling Wong, from Malaysia,  attending Griffith College, Ningjie Shuai, from China, attending IT Blanchardstown and Janvi Shah, from India, attending NUI Galway. The Student Ambassador programme, managed by Education in Ireland, is aimed at attracting top students from priority markets to study in Ireland and is part of a Government led International Scholarship Scheme. Credit : Gary O’ Neill.

Check out the Education in Ireland Student Ambassador blog  http://blog.educationinireland.com/

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  1. It was a pleasure and a great honour to be there. Proud to be one of the International Ambassadors. 😀

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