As Europe and the world is slowly opening up to international travel, students and graduates who postponed plans to work and study in Ireland are now finally considering travelling again.
Ireland has one of the most successful vaccination programmes in Europe with over 70% of the population fully vaccinated.
For regular updates to these statistics please visit the Irish government’s dedicated vaccination programme website.
COVID in Ireland
Since the summer of 2021, Ireland has been slowly easing restrictions and society has been returning to relative normality.
As people are now returning to work and the workplace, job opportunities are now on the increase and there are many opportunities for students to find rewarding employment in Ireland.
Ireland’s is famous for its social and cultural offerings and luckily most elements of this area have returned with bars, restaurants, cinemas, shopping, art galleris and museums now fully open.
Travelling to Work and Study in Ireland
As of September 13th, all our language school partners are open for face-to-face classes. All our language school partners are government-accredited and follow strict COVID protocol such as the regular sanitisation of classrooms, social distancing and limited class sizes as well as obligatory masks and daily temperature checks.
When arriving to work and study in Ireland, the following applies;
Travelling from Europe
Ireland recognises the EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) so any student who travels to Ireland and who have a DCC do not need to quarantine.
Travelling from outside Europe
Non-EU travellers can now travel to Ireland for long and short-term language programmes and regional Irish embassies and visa offices are now processing new applications. If you are from a non-EU country and would like to work and study in Ireland, you will need a valid proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival.
For more information or to start planning your programme contact our team now!l