Study, Earn & Work in Ireland Series: 5 Simple Steps to Success!Mainly for SAP Manager

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Step 1 : Study 1 Year Masters in IT or Computing from our Government College/University in Ireland.

Step 2 : Invest around 25000 Euros including Tuition Fees and Living Costs for the 1st Year without working Part Time.

Step 3 : Get 2 Years Post Study Work Permit and work as a SAP Manager with an Average Starting Salary of 70000 Euros & Save More than 45000 Euros.

Step 4 : Work for 2nd Year in Ireland and Get Green Card. This is the Best Option to Study, Earn & Work in Ireland

With Ireland firmly recognised as an IT hub, with a blend of companies ranging from multinationals to SMEs and a strong start-up culture, it will continue to attract talent from around Europe as well as support a strong indigenous talent pool. Companies in Ireland have geared recruitment processes accordingly and the vast majority of teams are now truly multicultural. Ireland’s ICT sector is world-renowned and is expected to grow larger in 2017.

Our reputation as a centre of software excellence is unrivalled in Europe. It is home to over 900 software companies, including both multinational and indigenous firms, employing over 100,000 people and generating €80 billion of exports annually. The sector’s wide ranging activities include software development, R&D, business services and EMEA/International headquarters. Almost every globally recognised software company has a base in Ireland. This has not only catapulted Ireland to being one of the major global players in the software sector, but has created a deep pool of talent that has turned Ireland into a hotbed for indigenous firms

HOT JOBS: DevOps Engineer • Scala Developer/Java Developer • Frontend/Fullstack Developer • QA – Automation • Data Scientist

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Study, Earn & Work in Ireland Series: 5 Simple Steps to Success!Mainly for UX Designer

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Step 1 : Study 1 Year Masters in IT or Computing from our Government College/University in Ireland.

Step 2 : Invest around 25000 Euros including Tuition Fees and Living Costs for the 1st Year without working Part Time.

Step 3 : Get 2 Years Post Study Work Permit and work as a UX Designer with an Average Starting Salary of 70000 Euros & Save More than 45000 Euros.

Step 4 : Work for 2nd Year in Ireland and Get Green Card. This is the Best Option to Study, Earn & Work in Ireland

With Ireland firmly recognised as an IT hub, with a blend of companies ranging from multinationals to SMEs and a strong start-up culture, it will continue to attract talent from around Europe as well as support a strong indigenous talent pool. Companies in Ireland have geared recruitment processes accordingly and the vast majority of teams are now truly multicultural. Ireland’s ICT sector is world-renowned and is expected to grow larger in 2017.

Our reputation as a centre of software excellence is unrivalled in Europe. It is home to over 900 software companies, including both multinational and indigenous firms, employing over 100,000 people and generating €80 billion of exports annually. The sector’s wide ranging activities include software development, R&D, business services and EMEA/International headquarters. Almost every globally recognised software company has a base in Ireland. This has not only catapulted Ireland to being one of the major global players in the software sector, but has created a deep pool of talent that has turned Ireland into a hotbed for indigenous firms

HOT JOBS: DevOps Engineer • Scala Developer/Java Developer • Frontend/Fullstack Developer • QA – Automation • Data Scientist

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Study, Earn & Work in Ireland Series: 5 Simple Steps to Success!Mainly for Java Developement Manager

Step 1 : Study 1 Year Masters in IT or Computing from our Government College/University in Ireland.

Step 2 : Invest around 25000 Euros including Tuition Fees and Living Costs for the 1st Year without working Part Time.

Step 3 : Get 2 Years Post Study Work Permit and work as a Java Development Manager with an Average Starting Salary of 65000 Euros & Save More than 40000 Euros.

Step 4 : Work for 2nd Year in Ireland and Get Green Card. This is the Best Option to Study, Earn & Work in Ireland

With Ireland firmly recognised as an IT hub, with a blend of companies ranging from multinationals to SMEs and a strong start-up culture, it will continue to attract talent from around Europe as well as support a strong indigenous talent pool. Companies in Ireland have geared recruitment processes accordingly and the vast majority of teams are now truly multicultural. Ireland’s ICT sector is world-renowned and is expected to grow larger in 2017.

Our reputation as a centre of software excellence is unrivalled in Europe. It is home to over 900 software companies, including both multinational and indigenous firms, employing over 100,000 people and generating €80 billion of exports annually. The sector’s wide ranging activities include software development, R&D, business services and EMEA/International headquarters. Almost every globally recognised software company has a base in Ireland. This has not only catapulted Ireland to being one of the major global players in the software sector, but has created a deep pool of talent that has turned Ireland into a hotbed for indigenous firms

HOT JOBS: DevOps Engineer • Scala Developer/Java Developer • Frontend/Fullstack Developer • QA – Automation • Data Scientist

Step 5 : Thus Hurry Up! Grab This Golden Opportunity & Register Yourself at 95823 97563

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Canada:Fanshawe College gets high ranking among international students

Fanshawe College is among the world’s education leaders for student satisfaction for the seventh consecutive year, according to an international study.

The 2016 i-graduate International Student Barometer (ISB) survey suggests Fanshawe ranked second in the world for student satisfaction with their overall learning experience, with an overall satisfaction rate of 92.1 per cent in the learning category.

“This survey illustrates yet again that international students are some of our best ambassadors,” said Wendy Curtis, executive director of the International Centre at Fanshawe College. “Our enrollment continues to climb, with 1,500 international students starting this past January, for a total of 3,500 international students at Fanshawe from more than 70 countries.”

The college took the top spot in the province in the same category, with an overall satisfaction rate of 92.0 per cent.

The ISB asks international students to rate their colleges in more than 70 different satisfaction benchmarks under broad categories related to learning, arrival services, support services and college life.

Overall, Fanshawe took eighth in the world for serving and satisfying its growing population of international students, beating out 174 other post-secondary institutions.

On average, the college was rated fourth globally and second in Ontario in various learning metrics which assess faculty, curriculum, library and learning spaces and graduate employability

Other results from the survey include: *96.2 per cent satisfied with the campus environment (#3 in Ontario) *90.4 per cent satisfied with the employability outcomes (#2 in Ontario and in the Global benchmark) *90.3 per cent satisfied with the timing of application to offer (#2 in Ontario; #6 in the Global benchmark)

Globally, more than 159,000 students from 182 institutions worldwide – including 11 Ontario colleges – participated in the ISB survey, conducted by United Kingdom-based firm i-graduate International Insight. The most recent results come from students surveyed in fall 2016. At Fanshawe, 1,322 students responded, comprising about 53 per cent of Fanshawe’s international student population.

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Study, Earn & Work in Ireland Series: 5 Simple Steps to Success!Mainly for Fraud Risk Manager

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Step 1 : Study 1 Year Masters in Finance or Banking from our Government College/University in Ireland.

Step 2 : Invest around 25000 Euros including Tuition Fees and Living Costs for the 1st Year without working Part Time.

Step 3 : Get 2 Years Post Study Work Permit and work as a Fraud Risk Manager with an Average Starting Salary of 60000 Euros & Save More than 35000 Euros.

Step 4 : Work for 2nd Year in Ireland and Get Green Card. This is the Best Option to Study, Earn & Work in Ireland

Counter-offers on the Rise The rise of counter-offers in the recruitment process has risen significantly, in comparison to previous years, as businesses have become more sophisticated in addressing retention issues. Recruiters have had to cast their talent nets further across Europe, to seek appropriate talent for client vacancies and this trend will no doubt continue this year. Growth of Fund Administration Sector The fund administration sector which employs over 13,000 professionals in Ireland and which has over €3.8 trillion in assets under administration is set to confront its own challenges in 2017.

Opportunities in Big Data/Fintech Two other prominent areas which have major implications for shaping Ireland’s financial services employment market are Big Data and Fintech. Big Data has landed on our shores and the industry is expected to grow considerably over the coming years. Industry experts also believe over 5,000 jobs could be created in Ireland’s Fintech sector over the next 5 years. The financial services sector is more focused on technology innovation today than at any other point in its history. Some of the larger financial services groups have located their R&D innovation labs in Ireland whilst others have set up next generation analytics centres and cybersecurity centres here too.

HOT JOBS:Risk Analyst • Regulatory Analyst • Operation Specialist – Funds & Asset Management • Data Analyst • Credit/Loan Specialist

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Earn & Work in Ireland Series: 5 Simple Steps to Success!Mainly for Mobile IOS/Andriod Developer

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Step 1 : Study 1 Year Masters in IT or Computing from our Government College/University in Ireland.

Step 2 : Invest around 25000 Euros including Tuition Fees and Living Costs for the 1st Year without working Part Time.

Step 3 : Get 2 Years Post Study Work Permit and work as a Mobile IOS / Android Developer with an Average Starting Salary of 40000 Euros & Save More than 15000 Euros.

Step 4 : Work for 2nd Year in Ireland and Get Green Card. This is the Best Option to Study, Earn & Work in Ireland

With Ireland firmly recognised as an IT hub, with a blend of companies ranging from multinationals to SMEs and a strong start-up culture, it will continue to attract talent from around Europe as well as support a strong indigenous talent pool. Companies in Ireland have geared recruitment processes accordingly and the vast majority of teams are now truly multicultural. Ireland’s ICT sector is world-renowned and is expected to grow larger in 2017.

Our reputation as a centre of software excellence is unrivalled in Europe. It is home to over 900 software companies, including both multinational and indigenous firms, employing over 100,000 people and generating €80 billion of exports annually. The sector’s wide ranging activities include software development, R&D, business services and EMEA/International headquarters. Almost every globally recognised software company has a base in Ireland. This has not only catapulted Ireland to being one of the major global players in the software sector, but has created a deep pool of talent that has turned Ireland into a hotbed for indigenous firms

HOT JOBS: DevOps Engineer • Scala Developer/Java Developer • Frontend/Fullstack Developer • QA – Automation • Data Scientist

Step 5 : Thus Hurry Up! Grab This Golden Opportunity & Register Yourself at 95823 97563

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Canada: Durham College provides a first-class education

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Sheila Corriveau is Head of Global Marketing Operations, Program Delivery and People Leader at KPMG International and a 1988 graduate of Durham College’s Public Relations program.

When I chose to go to college instead of university, I heard it all: “Why select a second-class education?” or “You won’t find a job with just a college diploma.” I was never anti-university, but I sure had to fight the perceptions of others when it came to choosing a college education in 1986.

Math never quite added up for me and I had no chemistry with science. I loved English, and decided to pursue public relations. The TV show Dynasty was big back then, and Alexis Carrington was the first (fake) businessperson that I knew of who had a successful career in PR. She was a trailblazer.

Durham College was the right fit for me. I liked the size of the school and the curriculum. I wanted an education that would hone my practical skills to help me secure a job ASAP to pay off student loans

During the two-year program, we worked on a school newsletter, organized events, and made a difference in our community by volunteering our communications skills. I enjoyed diverse courses like law, writing, psychology, and photography. We also had lots of fun between classes. My two favourite bars, Illusions and Sammy’s, are both closed now but won’t be forgotten.

Upon graduating in 1988, my plan worked — I immediately landed a position at a PR agency in Toronto. The managing director was a friend of my PR professor, Ev McCrimmon, who recommended me for the job. Since then, I have also held progressive positions with the Retail Council of Canada, The Dynacare Health Group, Porter Novelli — one of the world’s largest PR firms — and I also ran my own consultancy. I now hold a global marketing position with KPMG.

According to a recent study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, more Canadian adults have a post-secondary education than any other country in the developed world, largely because of our robust system of community colleges.

College diplomas don’t mean less pay or fewer job opportunities. Parents should not pressure their kids to go to university if it is not their preferred style of learning. Instead, encourage the right match. My teenager is leaning toward university but only after we reviewed college options and determined that earning his degree first was the right choice for him. He may still take advantage of a college-university pathway after earning his degree. Currently, about 20 per cent of Durham College students are university graduates.

As Durham College celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2017, I look forward to connecting with other graduates and hearing about their journeys after receiving a first-class education. DC’s Homecoming Weekend on Sept. 8 and 9 will be a great opportunity to do just that — I hope to see many of my fellow alumni there!

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