Caroline
Area Of Study :
Accounting, Business & Economics
Level :
Undergraduate
Type of Student :
International
Status When Reviewing :
Student
Gender :
Female
Started Here In:
2017
CountryIreland
Were You Happy with the Choice of Clubs and Societies Here?Yes
Would You Recommend This Institute?Yes
Did you always feel safe on campus?Yes
" The college is good overall but it doesn't tell the complete work prospect picture to International students. I was disappointed to know that after having spent so much money to study at NCI I technically will have to return back home in 2020 because non-EU business grads don't get jobs here. I was given indirect false hopes and false claims while applying to this college. So I would recommend it to EU students but not to Non-EU students. Overall campus facilities are really good. I would suggest new students to find accommodation off campus. Although it's easier to live on campus it's not worth the money. The student services are really good and helpful. The SU is really nice and helpful too. The location is the best part of the college as it is in the heart of the city though it can get a bit secluded at night as it is a highly commercial area and limited people staying around. Being a part of the Clubs and Societies was the best part of my NCI experience. It helped me grow and develop my talents so much more. Also helped me make so many new friends and network with a few peofessionals too. Overall if you are a Non-EU student you only have a job prospect in Ireland if you belong to the field of Technology. Business students should chose another countrt to study. A lot if the representatives will sweet talk you into applying to colleges here but at the end they will just say we never promised you a job. So do not do the mistake of applying to any college without checking with the people already living and working here. "
2 Dec 2019
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