Here are links to external sites you may find of interest. This is not an exhaustive list and will be added to over time.
IDA Ireland is not responsible for the content of these sites.
Ireland - India/Asia Information and Business organisations
• Ireland India Institute at DCU
The Ireland India Institute, the national Institute at Dublin City University, aims to support collaboration in education, research and knowledge exchange between Ireland and contemporary India. Building on DCU's track record in research and academic collaboration with India, the Institute will provide practical support for collaboration through initiatives such as the Ireland India Institute Research Fund, Ireland India Institute Scholarships and a Seminar Series.
• Ireland India Business Association
The Ireland India Business Association (IIBA) was founded in May 2008 to enhance and increase commercial links between Irish and Indian businesses. The IIBA fosters knowledge-sharing and networking among Irish and Indian business communities.
• Embassy of Ireland in India
Please contact the Embassy of Ireland in India directly in relation to questions on working Visas to Ireland.
• Ireland India Council
• Enterprise Ireland in India
Supports and Services for Enterprise Ireland Clients
Enterprise Ireland Market Advisers work with you to find a tailored solution to help you accelerate your company’s exports.
• Asia Pacific Ireland Business Forum
The Asia Pacific Ireland Business Forum focuses on building connections with GAA clubs and business groups based in the Asia Pacific and Gulf Regions.
LinkedIn Group - the APIBG is active on LinkedIn with over 1000 members who share information, knowledge and contacts on developments in Asia-Ireland business.
- Meet in Ireland
The Meet in Ireland website is the official gateway to Ireland for businesses and organisations interested in Ireland as a destination for association conferences, meetings, incentives and corporate events.
- University of Ulster (at Belfast)
- University College Cork (UCC)
- University College Dublin (UCD)
- Dublin City University
- National College of Art and Design
- National College of Ireland (NCI)
- University of Limerick (UL)
- Queens University, Belfast
- Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
- University of Ulster, Derry
- Trinity College (University of Dublin)
- National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG)
- National University of Ireland, Maynooth (NUIM)
Irish Institutes of Technology:
- Institute of Technology, Athlone
- Institute of Technology, Dublin
- Institute of Technology, Galway-Mayo
- Institute of Technology, Limerick
- Institute of Technology, Letterkenny
- Institute of Technology, Tralee
- Institute of Technology, Waterford
- Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown
- Institute of Technology, Carlow
- Institute of Technology, Cork
- Institute of Technology Cork - Electronic Engineering
- Institute of Technology, Dundalk
- Institute of Technology, Sligo
- Institute of Technology, Tallaght
- Skillnets – Enterprise-led training networks - Skillnets supports and works with businesses in Ireland to address their current and future skills needs. It enables subsidised training in a wide range of areas for private sector employees through industry and regional training networks. Free training is also provided to eligible unemployed people. Skillnets is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
- Finuas – Growing Skills for International Financial Services - Finuas supports specialised training for businesses in the international financial services (IFS) sector in Ireland. Free training is also provided to eligible unemployed people. The main areas of training are in banking/asset financing, corporate treasury, investment management, aviation finance, securitisation, reinsurance and related professional services. Finuas is managed by Skillnets on behalf of the Department of Education and Skills.
- Education Ireland website
- Springboard - The Springboard initiative in higher education offers free, part-time courses at certificate, degree and masters level, leading to qualifications that are in demand among employers. The majority of courses are one-year or less in duration, and Springboard is open to jobseekers who have a previous history of employment and believe that a focused, high-quality qualification is the key to getting back to work.
- International School of Dublin
- Euraxess - web resource for business detailing R&D funding opportunities and jobs
Government and State Agencies
- Irish Government Information and links to Government departments
- Skills Ireland
- National Development Plan
- SFI - Science Foundation Ireland
- Solas - Further Education and Training Authority
- Higher Education Authority
- Comreg - Commission for Communications Regulation
- Enterprise Ireland
- National Microelectronics Applications Centre
- Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland
- Shannon Development
- Western Development Commission
- Look West
- Shannon Free Zone
- National Standards Authority Ireland
- The Irish Maritime Development Office
Local Enterprise Boards
- Ocean Wealth Towards an integrated Marine Plan for Ireland