UK Students in Ireland Will Pay EU Rate Next Year, Says Government

universitytimes | January 11, 2019

After concerns over the impact of Brexit on university entrants, the government has announced that UK students wishing to study in Ireland next year will continue to pay the current fee rate.UK students wishing to study in Irish universities will also be supported, the government announced today.Minister for Education Joe McHugh said in a press statement that he would strive “to bring longer term clarity for both Irish students wishing to study in the UK and UK nationals wishing to take up studies in Ireland.“It is vital that both Ireland and the UK continue to build on the strong and valuable co-operation which currently exists”, McHugh said.UK students enrolling to study recognised courses in Irish universities for 2019/20 will pay the €3000 student contribution fee – the same rate that applies to Irish and EU students.

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Having online classes is a great thing. You never have to turn up to a class in person, just sit with your computer at home, and receive instructions from your lecturer.Even though online courses can be a more convenient, and cheaper means of learning, sometimes concentrating on studying can be difficult. There are a lot of distractions; from social media, emails to the temptation of sleeping especially when you study on your bed.For those who have to work while pursuing a masters degree online, the best trick is to follow a strict schedule. You’ll have to work out your own best time to receive lessons and instruction.

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