The Irish Council for International Students (ICOS) is deeply concerned about the sudden closure of the International House Galway.
ICOS is seeking a Research Assistant intern who will work as part of a team to deliver on ICOS’ research outputs.
ICOS is seeking an experienced Programme Manager with demonstrated leadership ability who will lead ICOS’ Programme Team in delivering its commitments to the Ireland Fellows Programme.
Racism is an issue that affects many international students studying in Ireland, as well as staff in colleges.
This situation could have been mitigated if successive governments had listened to the experts, taken action, and planned ahead.
Two-thirds of international students in Ireland report that the accommodation crisis has impacted their mental health
Two-thirds of International Students in Ireland report that the accommodation crisis has impacted their mental health.
Student accommodation crisis is impacting Ireland’s reputation abroad – Irish Council for International Students
ICOS has expressed concern over Ireland’s reputation abroad as an education destination. The French Embassy has issued a warning to students coming to study in Ireland about the grave accommodation crisis.
Fraudsters preying on vulnerable international students – Irish Council for International students calls for action from Government
The Irish Council for International Students (ICOS) has seen a marked increase in the number of queries handled through its information and support service relating to accommodation. ICOS has been contacted by many students looking for help finding accommodation, to report that they are homeless, to report a scam, or to make a complaint about the substandard, and often overcrowded, conditions of their accommodation.
Student accommodation crisis is leading to the exploitation of international students – Irish Council for International students calls for immediate action from Government
The Irish Council for International Students (ICOS) is calling for immediate action to be taken on the student accommodation crisis, as many students face homelessness when they come to study in Ireland.
ICOS is seeking an experienced Programme Officer with demonstrated leadership ability who will form a part of ICOS’ Programme Team, providing support in ICOS’ delivery of its commitments to the Ireland Fellows Programme.
With soaring rents and lack of availability forcing many international students to live in overcrowded accommodation, the Irish Council for International Students (ICOS) and the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) are today calling for urgent action to be taken on the student accommodation crisis.
Racism, mental health, overcrowded accommodation among major issues facing international students in Ireland, ICOS report shows
Many international students in Ireland are facing hugely challenging conditions that negatively impact their academic performance, their ability to work and live adequately, their mental health and their overall wellbeing.