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The number of non-EU students coming to study increased by 45% in the four years between 2013 and 2017, a study has found.


However, Ireland's attractiveness as a place to study could be hampered by difficulties encountered by students with immigration procedures and with finding both accommodation and employment here, the research finds.


The study entitled Attracting and Retaining International Students, carried out by the European Migration Network, found that students form the largest category of non-EU migrants arriving in Ireland each year, coming ahead of labour migrants, family members and other groups.


Just over 9,300 permits were issued to higher education students in 2013, increasing to around 13,500 in 2017.


Read full article on RTE news here.

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