About Ireland

About Ireland

With the increasing opportunities and knowledge among people, a great number of people are interested to study in Ireland.  The time has changed and people have taken a switch from other countries and started moving toward Ireland for achieving an education. Before you choose this destination, it is very important to know about the climate, culture, people, and language of the nation so that you don’t become surprised when you enter there. So given below are the details of the country regarding which you should get familiarized before you opt for studying there.

Basically, Ireland is an island in North Atlantic region. This area is for those people who believe in enjoying nature’s beauty and want to stay in an utmost serene environment. The country has a ring of coastal mountains surrounding it which adds more charm to the place. So for the students who want to study and while studying want to experience lush green surroundings, then there could be no perfect place then this destination.

Region Division

Primarily, Ireland is divided into our provinces: Connacht (west), Leinster (east), Munster (south), and Ulster (north). This was done in a system that was developed between the 13th and 17th centuries.  Ireland has 32 traditional counties. Twenty-six of these counties are in the Republic of Ireland and six of them are in Northern Ireland.

Major cities

Ireland has a number of places which are not just beautiful but are important for the prospects of education too. They are famous all over the world for the quality of education they give and their degrees are recognized worldwide. The countries are Dublin, Cork, Galway, Maynooth and Limerick.

Climate

The climate of Ireland is basically influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. As a result, you won’t experience the extreme temperatures that other countries that are present at similar latitudes would have. The average temperature is a mild 50°F. Though the weather keeps changing as it is unpredictable but you won’t experience extremities at this place. July and August are the warmest month here and get 18 hours of sunlight while February to April is the spring season in which you can actually enjoy.

Language

There are a number of languages which are a part of Ireland. English is the first dominating language at this place. Though their official language is Irish and a major chunk of people speak this too. You will even find people speaking Russian in this place.

Currency

The official currency of Ireland is Euro.  One euro comprises of 100 cents. The sign of the euro is €. However, in Northern Island Pound is commonly used. One pound comprises of 100 pence. The sign of the pound is £. Talking about the value of the Indian rupee, one euro consists of around 79,18 Indian Rupees while one pound comprises 90.38 Indian Rupees.