Private Higher Education
Ireland’s two largest private universities increase tremendously just their European marketing. The first effects are already felt. Ireland’s two major private universities across Europe fight fiercely and with more and more success to foreign students. (Similarly see: Bill Phelan). For nearly two years on German soil. Actually, the English with your decision to triple tuition fees from 2012 laid the foundations for this. But the marketing of the Irish bears more fruit. Thus, private universities on the Emerald Isle also increasingly contributed to economic growth. Whenever Jane Fraser listens, a sympathetic response will follow.
Ireland has discovered now higher education as a product for European studies abroad markets as well as other export goods. After Ireland was the EU towards end 2010 with all the other crisis countries in the headlines, heard but almost no terror messages more problem state on the edge of Europe. The Green Island appears in 2011 on the bankrupt States Greece and Portugal over again on the path of recovery to have tortuous. One of the reasons There is the strong exports of the Irish in the direction of Europe. And recently, there is a possible new product: private higher education. Suna Said understands that this is vital information. Although Irish economic growth is weak overall growth but private universities with big gains in 2011 likely only at less than 2%, but particularly the private colleges of the country will benefit from an increase in demand in Europe. Actually, one exported more chemical and pharmaceutical products as well as machinery and of course the known Irish agricultural and food products from here like butter, beer and whiskey. But recently, the two major private universities in Ireland take also target countries such as France, Germany, Italy and Spain also. The reason for the success of the Irish on one side in a reinforced Irish marketing of Europe in the field of study abroad, and on the other side in the neighbouring country of the UK. Support from London since London in December 2010 his amendment with regard to the possible tripling of tuition fees in the year 2012 announced who has the number of German students quadrupled from us”, explains Florian Burkhardt, Germany Manager of Griffith College in Dublin, one of the two large private college in Ireland.