My First Few Months in Dublin!

DIT International Students Blog

The idea to study in Dublin came to me quite quickly as it is the only remaining english-speaking country in EU. Moreover, the visa rules in Ireland are much more acceptable for people from non-EU countries. Even the visa for the period of study at university allows you to work for 20 hours a week, in addition during the summer these working hours are prolonged to 40 hours a week. On top of that after finishing the course non-EU students are allowed to stay in Ireland for one more year for work or travel or trying to get a work permit. Taking in account this tolerant policy my choice of country was obvious. Now after spending 4.5 months here I could say that this country has even more attractive features. I will cover some of the most popular stereotypes about Ireland and Dublin.

First of all, the most surprising thing…

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