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Ireland has a long and rich history attached with its educational institutions and is a European Union member country that has a majorly English speaking population. The government of Ireland has spent a great deal on the educational facilities in the country, leading to a well equipped educational system, that is lower on diversity as far as international students are concerned (International students make up only about 12-15%). Ireland is generally regarded as a safe country, with almost no instances of violence against international ethnic minorities studying in the country. One of the most lucrative aspects of studying in Ireland is the fact that the government allows international students to work 20 hours/week during full time college and 40 hours/week during holidays, allowing students to be self reliant for payment of rent and other amenities. The government of Ireland also allows students to stay in the country till a year after the students have completed their course to look for employment in the country. The government of Ireland also has a sort of a “ fast track green card” that helps internationals to gain citizenship quickly in light of the “critical skills” that they posses.