top of page
St. Patrick's Day

Why Ireland


Image by Keith Richardson


Ireland is a hub for international trade and has been voted the best country in Europe in which to do business.

Over 1000 International companies have made Ireland their strategic European base and key gateway to Europe, Middle East and the Americas, due to the pro-business environment and low corporation tax rate.

Key to Ireland’s business friendly ethos is the ease at which you can conduct business and the English speaking, highly educated workforce. With the exit of the United Kingdom,  Ireland is currently the only English speaking country in the European Union.

Ireland has been and continues to be the fast-growing economy in the EU.

Despite the global challenges of Covid, the Irish Economic and Social Research Institute has predicted that Ireland will continue to grow in 2021, saying that “There are few economies globally that will grow this year and the Irish economy will grow at a rate that would have been the envy of many European economies before the pandemic.”


Ireland is ranked 2nd in the world out of 189 countries in a United Nations index measuring longevity education and wealth, offering world-class universities, a diverse range of degree options and globally-recognised qualifications, all delivered through the English language.

Known as the land of saint and scholars, Ireland has a longstanding reputation for the quality of education and high standard of living.

Education is compulsory for children in Ireland from the ages of 6 to 16 or until students have completed 3 years of second-level education.

The Irish education system is made up of primary, second, third-level and further education. State-funded education is available at all levels unless you choose to send your child to a private school.

Third-level education is made up of a number of sectors. The university sector, the technological sector and the colleges of education are substantially funded by the State. In addition, there are a number of independent private colleges.

Ireland takes a holistic approach to student development at every level of the education system.

Working in Lab

Life in Ireland

As a county with a long history of migration, with Irish citizens settling all over the world, it is only right that Ireland now welcomes people from every country to Ireland.

Ireland is a peaceful country, very relaxing. It’s something that we really appreciate in this exhausting world of ours.

You’ll find everything you need on this small island: shops, education, jobs. People are more relaxed here.

The landscapes. Wherever you are in Ireland, you are bound to find some magical places, and the whole country has a particular vibe that you may fall in love with.

Scenery Food and Culture


Ireland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Our landscapes and scenery are breath-taking,  from the coastlines of the Wild Atlantic Way, to green pastures, castles and magnificent lakes, Ireland has a unique landscape that is waiting for you to explore.


Ireland’s food is among the best in the world.With an arable climate (not too hot and not too cold) Ireland is the perfect place for growing crops and raising livestock.As a result, Ireland’s reputation for fresh, healthy, food is second to none.


Ireland’s culture is world renowned. With a passion for music, arts and sports, living in Ireland will immerse you and your family in one of the most celebrated cultures in the world.  

Organic Vegetables
bottom of page