How To Find A School In Ireland

The Republic of Ireland (Eire) is an independent nation, and part of the British Isles. A full member of the EU, Ireland has enjoyed a 21st century economic boom through regional funding. The Irish economy is mixed, with income from agriculture, services and tourism.The population of Ireland is about 4,950,000, roughly two thirds of whom … Read more

How To Open A Bank Account in Ireland

If you are moving to Ireland, then you will need to consider your options with regard to banking. For example, you may want to maintain an existing account in your home country, which can be useful if you are intending to one day return there. You may want to think about opening a local account … Read more

How To Learn The Language In Ireland

Ireland is a beautiful country in which to live and work and if you are an English-speaking expat, you will have few difficulties communicating with local people, since Ireland is an English-speaking country. This will apply whether you are based in either Northern Ireland or Eire.The official language of Northern Ireland, which is still part … Read more

How To Rent Or Buy Property In Ireland

The Republic of Ireland is an increasingly popular expat destination, as more and more companies choose to relocate there. Of the population of nearly 5 million people, 80,000 were reported to be immigrants in 2016. Property in Ireland is expensive and in high demand, so it is important that you understand the market and the … Read more

What Quality Of Healthcare Can You Expect In Ireland?

If you are an expat living and working in Ireland, you will likely find the healthcare there to be of a high standard, in both the private and the public sectors. You may find that you are covered by national health insurance. In saying this, around 50% of the Irish population are currently covered by … Read more

How To Register With The Health System In Ireland

The Irish Health Act of 2004 established the Health Service Executive (HSE) – or in Irish, Feidhmeannacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte) – which set up a national insurance scheme from 2005. The system is being revised, however, and Ireland is currently the seventh highest spender on healthcare in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) … Read more

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