This “Emerald Isle” offers foreign students a unique experience. The country measures 486km by 275km with approximately  6.5 million  inhabitants (4.5 in the Republic) and is a paradise for visitors who want to enjoy a variety of beautiful landscapes, dense forests, rocky hills, sparkling lakes and winding roads.


Ireland’s capital is located between the hills and the sea and offers all the cultural and social benefits of other European capitals, as well as the opportunity to interact with Dubliners, well known for their spontaneity and gift of the gab.


Bray is in County Wicklow, about 20 km south of Dublin. Well communicated with Dublin, there is a motorway and commuter train. In the days of James Joyce and George Bernard Shaw, Bray was a popular summer resort.